Description of Penhaligon`s Portraits The Tragedy of Lord George
Penhaligon's famous perfume house dedicated a series of scents to the British aristocracy. Noble, with their secrets and palace intrigues, they fully embody character traits, manners and impeccable appearance, being a worthy reflection of their noble prototypes. Aroma Portraits The Tragedy of Lord George tells the story of a wealthy man, in which, it would seem, embodied the most beautiful virtues: generosity, justice, courage and zeal. But this is actually not at all the case, which is Lord George’s tragedy.
The laconic and at the same time multifaceted musical trio is revealed by the sound of an intoxicating, strong brandy, with pleasant fruit and floral undertones, intoxicating overtones of vanilla and an envelopingly hot aftertaste of alcohol. In the heart of the perfumery composition, warm, slightly dry wood notes are warmed by gentle sunshine. In the plume there is a play of noble amber and intoxicating shades of tonka bean.