Penhaligon's Portraits The Tragedy of Lord George 75ml EDP
The Patriarch, of course, Lord George. A man immortalised by his legacy. Masculine, elegant, full of panache (and hints of brandy) – powerful, rich and ever-welcoming. Seemingly the embodiment of aristocracy – he is honourable to a tee, embraced by all; and his fidelity to King and Country is resolute. His fidelity to Lady Blanche, on the other hand… But as he mutters into his shaving foam in the morning, ‘The flesh is weak…’
Expect to be intoxicated (as he will be, no doubt) when you meet in the smoky eaves of his study. His stag’s wit is warm, dry and salty – but as for his true feelings, well… Lord George maintains the secret to his station (and to his lasting marriage) is that a gentleman’s heart must never fully be divined…
Masculine and elegant — with a hint of rum.
A reassuringly masculine fragrance to represent the patriarch of the family. A modern twist on the timeless fougére theme of barbershop freshness, adding a mischievous dash of fun whilst preserving heritage. Opening with a mineral and elegant fern-like brightness, blended with a shot of fruity and ambery rum. The smoky and balsamic facets of tonka lead into the powerful, woody and animalic effects of ambrox. Captivating and intoxicating.
Top notes of Rum
Heart notes of Tonka Bean
Base notes of Ambrox
Scent Type Woods
Perfumer Alberto Morillas