Halfeti Perfume by Penhaligon's The name symbolizes a Turkish town after one of the rare and luxurious flowers of a beautiful black color and a mysterious smell that only grows with its own environmental conditions and atmosphere. It includes Bulgarian rose, jasmine and nutmeg. The fragrance concludes with oud, leather, cedarwood, sandalwood, amber, tonka bean, vanilla, and finally musk.
About the brand
William Henry founded the Penhaligon's perfume house in the 1860s in London He began his career as a barber and as was customary at the time developed his own line of products eventually became a barber and perfumer at the Court of Queen Victoria The company's first fragrance, Hammam Bouquet was introduced in 1872 and the house now offers dozens A luxury perfume for men and women