Penhaligon’s London has introduced a new fragrance that is inspired by the rich and varied culture of the Turkish Trade consisting of exotic flowers
The latest perfume to be introduced as part of Penhaligon’s Trade Collection presents a new fragrance which is inspired by precious goods traded by Turkey—exotic flowers, spices, soft leather and precious materials.
The fragrance has been named after a small Turkish village, Halfeti, where charming Halfeti black roses bloom on the coasts of the Euphrates river. This perfume opens with a rich union of citruses, herbs and spices while blending bergamot and grapefruit with saffron, cardamom, atermisia and cypress needles. This composition gradually develops into floral notes of jasmine and Bulgarian rose combined with shades of nutmeg, while the base introduces warm aromas of leather and precious oudh to give it a lasting sillage.
Olfactory notes of Halfeti
Top: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Cardamom, Atremisia, Cypress Needles
Heart: Jasmine, Bulgarian Rose, Nutmeg
Base: Leather, Oudh, Sandalwood, Amber, Musk, Tonka, Vanilla
Retail Price for 100 ml bottle : AED 780
UAE Launch : August 2015