Malabah - Penhaligon's
Manufacturer: Penhaligon's London
Olfactory family: Floral Fruity.
Artemisia is both floral and fruity with a beautifully sensual powdery dry down. Caramel soft, sweet, powdery and silky. A tumble of green apples and nectarines washed with jasmine tea and sprinkled with a luxurious medley of violet, cyclamen and lily petals. All this softly unfolds with great subtlety surrounded with layers of honeyed vanilla, warm spices, a touch of amber and a hint of musk. Haunting and addictive.
Top notes: Nectarine And Green Foliage
Middle notes: Green Apple, Lily Of The Valley, Jasmine Tea, Violet And Vanilla.
Base notes: Oakmoss, Sandalwood, Musk, Amber And Vanilla.
|Olfactory Family:||Floral Fruity|
|Top notes:||Nectarine And Green Foliage|
|Middle notes:||Green Apple, Lily Of The Valley, Jasmine Tea, Violet And Vanilla.|
|Base notes:||Oakmoss, Sandalwood, Musk, Amber And Vanilla.|
|Concentration:||Eau de Parfum|
Dominique Bouley after study in ISIPCA, started to work in Paris for Felton and then in the United Kingdom for 10 years for Mane and Quintessence. Later, she travel to USA to work with Alpine Aromatics as a Senior Perfumer. Finaly she joined Sozio Inc. in 2005 and was appointed Chief Perfumer.
Penhaligon's is a English fragrance house, founded in 1870 by William Penhaligon. The Penhaligon's passion is to continue his incredible legacy of creative and innovative perfumery, challenging the traditions of the art and seeking new ways to interpret elegance. Penhaligon's scents are still made in England using the finest rare ingredients.
Penhaligon's holds two long-standing Royal Warrants; from HRH The Duke of Edinburgh (granted 1956) and from HRH The Prince of Wales (granted 1988).