Penhaligon’s Sartorial

Sartorial

Definition: Relating to tailoring or style. “Sartorial elegance”

Penhaligon’s marketing description: “A fragrance for a new generation of gentlemen, inspired by the scents of the workroom at Norton & Sons, bespoke Tailors of Savile Row”

Top notes: Spicy moss, steamed fabric with a slightly honey pop. Underneath: Beeswax, chalk, spice, herbs, and a metallic vibe.

Brings to mind an old tailors shop I visited in Venice Italy several years ago where you pick the material, and they make a custom fit suit. Classy and refined. Sartorial would be the ideal cologne for special occasions, always keeping in mind that for a true gentleman every day should be a special occasion.

I had a great time sampling this product.

– D. Eisel

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