The Blazing Mister Sam Eau de Parfum by Penhaligon’s
Olfactive Family – Crisp Woods
Perfume Author – Christophe Renaud
An American abroad; in London to be precise, who spends freely, lives fast and talks loudly. Reassuring, warm, sexy and deep. And that’s just the top notes! Instinctive, indiscrete, …& ready to receive instruction. Well, he appeared to be taking lessons from Duchess Rose the last time he was seen…
Known for his proud claims of opulence, The Blazing Mister Sam is the perfect combination of hot and cold spices. Cardamom, cumin, black pepper. A cashmere note, tobacco and patchouli. Reverberating, sensual woods.
Head Notes – Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cumin
Heart Notes – Black Pepper, Saffron
Base Notes – Atlas Cedarwood, Patchouli, Tobacco, Vanilla
Penhaligon’s is the story of a Cornish Barber who traveled to London and opened up shop next to Jermyn Street’s finest tailors. Who received the royal warrant and trimmed the Shah of Persia’s beard. At a time when one’s toilette was of primordial concern and to be a gentlemen was an affair of great application. Victoria was Queen, antiseptic was making its first appearance – and ankles were considered titillating stuff. It was 1870.
Penhaligon’s today consults William Penhaligon’s original recipe books, and still produces in the UK, in the original bottle design.