Penhaligon’s Lothair

4.0 4 Star

Penhaligon’s Lothair has been named after one of the last tea clipper ships, built in 1869, which travelled the world in search of exotic tea and other unusual goods. This woody Eau de Toilette forms part of the Trade Routes collection; evoking a sense of adventure.

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MFH says

The opening of Penhaligon’s Lothair is both exciting and comforting. A blend of citrus (bergamot and grapefruit) perfectly compliments the cooling spice of cardamom and winter warmth of red berries. 

The fig both in the top (as fig leaf) and heart (fig milk) gives Lothair are wonderfully woody, yet meaty, weight. 

Lothair is distinctive and elegant. Not one for those that like to fade into the background.

Penhaligon’s Lothair Key Notes

Top: Red Berries, Juniper Berry, Bergamot, Grapefruit, Fig Leaf.

Heart: Fig Milk, Lavendar, Magnolia, Geranium, Black Tea.

Base: Vanilla, Musks, Cedarwood, Ambergris, Wenge, Oakmoss.

What They Say

As novel as a foreign shore, as familiar as a cup of tea. Named after one of the last clippers, the Lothair’s hold is stuffed with the fragrant spoils of adventure: juniper, fig milk and ambergris.

Packaging: 5 Star
Sillage: 3 Star
Longevity: 4 Star
Overall: 4 Star



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