Oxford Street - Hugh Parsons
Manufacturer: Hugh Parsons
Olfactory family: Spicy Wood.
One of the most famous shopping streets of London where department stores with hundreds of small shops and bustle of shopping and business people meet, make an always-on Oxford Street and moving street.
Hugh Parsons wanted to create a fragrance for this famous street since the nineteenth century for its shopping and commerce. A woody fragrance for the classic English gentleman influenced by the colonial era through exotic spicy notes.
The frosted glass bottle with a heavy shiny metal cap displays his nobility and classic design.
Head: Grapefruit, tangerine, basil, star anise and truffle.
Heart: pink pepper, cumin, cardamom, black pepper and cinnamon.
Background: sandalwood, oud wood, vetiver, patchouli and labdanum.
|Olfactory Family:||Woody Spicy|
|Top notes:||Grapefruit, tangerine, basil, star anise and truffle.|
|Middle notes:||Pink pepper, cumin, cardamom, black pepper and cinnamon.|
|Base notes:||Sandalwood, oud wood, vetiver, patchouli and labdanum.|
|Concentration:||Eau de Parfum|
Since 1925, the English Hugh Parsons tie brand is synonymous with quality and elegance in the character of British tradition. In Regent Street, London founded, the company specialized in a particularly delicate ties for the discerning gentleman and stands for quality, elegance and, not least for British tradition.
All raw materials are carefully selected and processed with great attention to detail, ensuring the success and unchanged until today the reputation of Hugh Parsons.
With the scents of the brand Hugh Parsons is noble, classic men's fragrances, which carry on the traditional and elegant style of British designer tie.