A Rose by Any Other Name Pen­haligon’s

DA MAN - - Scents -

“Flam­boy­ancy isn’t a sin.” So goes the of­fi­cial slo­gan be­hind lat­est col­lec­tion: Much Ado About the Duke. For those un­fa­mil­iar with the brand, Pen­haligon’s is an English Fra­grance house es­tab­lished in 1870 by Wil­liam Pen­haligon, who, by the way, was ap­pointed as Royal Bar­ber and Per­fumer to the Royal Court dur­ing the Queen Vic­to­ria reign in the U.K. Now, they hold royal war­rants from the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Ed­in­burgh. So, if you’ve ever won­dered what Bri­tish roy­alty smells like, then you’re look­ing at the right place. The lat­est col­lec­tion from Pen­haligon’s in­clude the Por­traits col­lec­tion, a se­ries of four fra­grances built upon a fic­tional back-story of an English royal Fam­ily, each with their own dis­tinct per­son­al­i­ties. One of these scents is Much Ado About the Duke, the flam­boy­antly mas­cu­line fra­grance in­fused with rose and pep­per, cre­at­ing a fresh and spicy scent that is in­cred­i­bly strik­ing and long-last­ing. How long ex­actly? Let’s just say there’s a chance that you’ll still smell this rose-based fra­grance even af­ter you take a shower.

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