Penhaligon's Halfeti Takes Inspiration from Merchant Exchanges with Turkey (2015) {New Fragrance}

Halfeti_penhaligons_bottle.jpg Penhaligon's will launch a new composition from June 2015 called Halfeti which is part of the Trade Routes collection created in 2014...

In January 2015 a new fragrance As Sawira was added as a 4th chapter, initially announced as the last episode in the Trade Routes saga. It appears that there has been a change of heart with now Halfeti which takes inspiration from the commercial exchanges of luxury goods with Turkey conducted under the aegis of the Levant Company. Imports of spices, leathers, materials and exotic blooms are recalled.


Halfeti roses via Ülke Haber

The name "Halfeti" comes from the varietal of black roses which were originally found only in the vicinity of Halfeti.

The woody floral eau de parfum is signed by perfumer Christian Provenzano. The black Halfeti roses are said to contrasted with a layer of soft flowers.

The top opens on notes of grapefruit, bergamot, green notes and Artemisia. The heart features an array of diverse notes including lavender, cardamom, cumin, nutmeg, saffron, violet, cinnamon, rose, jasmine, cypress, muguet. The base rests on leather, oud, amber, resins, cedarwood, patchouli heart, tonka, vanilla, sandalwood, musk.

Price: 175€ for 100 ml.

Via press release

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