Penhaligon's Bluebell

Penhaligon's Bluebell Perfume

Penhaligon's Bluebell - eau de toilette for women

Bluebell by Penhaligon's - "Created in 1978, this is the pure and unadulterated distillation of the scent of bluebell woods. The telltale earthy sweetness of hyacinths rises through the soft citrus Head Notes and mingles with rose, lily and jasmine at the heart. As it settles the flowers give way to spicy clove and cinnamon and the unique textural base note of bittersweet galbanum. Tremendously evocative of wet earth, moss and rain, it softly detonates across your scent receptors and instantly transports you to the woodland, surrounded by dripping leaves, skin tingling with spring." --penhaligons.com

Perfume House Penhaligon's
Introduced 1978
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Scent Classification Floral Green
Perfumer Michael Pickthall
Fragrance Notes Top - citrus
Heart - hyacinth, lily of the valley, cyclamen, jasmine, rose
Base - galbanum, clove, cinnamon
Package Designer Classic Penhaligon's bottle with light blue juice and ribbon.
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Available Products Penhaligon's Bluebell - Eau de Toilette 1.7oz, 3.4oz / $80-120
Penhaligon's Bluebell - Solid Fragrance $80

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Marie Claire - Sept. 2012
Penhaligon's Bluebell Perfume

Worldly Scents
Intrepid fragrance explorer Courtney Dunlop uncovers informs history of how culture informs what smells good to us. ... Americans, known for our insatiable appetites and all for knocking one over the head with an olfactory hammer, love gourmand notes like vanilla and sweet, fruity notes like strawberry. And although fresh, "clean" scents are also typically American (CK One started a revolution when it was launched in 1994), the most popular fragrances in the U.S. have traditionally been feminine florals such as Ralph Lauren Romance and Lancome Tresor. This is no doubt left over from our shared history with the British, who are known for, and still enjoy, English-garden floral notes of rose, lily of the valley, and violet. (Consider Penhaligon's classic Bluebell.)

(Dunlop, Courtney. "Wordly Scents." Marie Claire Sept. 2012: 346-348)

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