Penhaligon's is a British perfume brand founded in 1870 by William Penhaligon, which originated in the barbershop. Yes, once upon a time books and galbs were the ones that dealt in the field of perfume and they developed the first scents of soaps and perfumes. So was Penhaligon, who offered his first perfume in 1872 called a foreign bath. He creates this fragrance inspired by the nearby Turkish bath and its sulfur fumes. Subsequently, the company's best-selling fragrance, Bouquet of Blenheim, was issued in 1902, and was created at the Duke's request from Melbourne at Blenheim Palace. This perfume broke with the prevailing floral trends of its day and was there to enchant with the scents of citrus, spices and wood. In short you already understood no? Not only the books but also the aristocracy was involved in the production of perfumes. But so that you do not think that this is such an ancient fragrance, we should tell you that this is a brand that was especially liked by ... Princess Diana. Destruction of the store and the royal decree: The brand continued to issue fragrances regularly from the original store on Jermine Street, London, and gained much sympathy among the English nobility. But then World War II came and the store was destroyed in a blitz of 1941. After the war the store disappeared, but the company's fragrances lasted and in 1956 the Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth's husband, granted a royal decree to Penhaligon's allowing them to manufacture toiletries. Interest in the Penhaligon brand was renewed with the opening of its new flagship store in Covent Gardens, in 1975. The flagship store represented a new direction for the company as well, as the old formulas put together by William Penhaligon were revived, and new floral scents emerged. Designed to appeal to a modern customer. The main one among them was Bluebell from 1978, which remains the company's bestseller even today. But most of all it can be said that this brand was awarded a second royal decree in 1988, by the Princess of Wales-Diana, who despite the fact that she passed away more than 20 years ago, her eternal beauty still lives on in the hearts of many. Diana was a fashion icon, and that says it all. From her iconic sense of dress to her classic makeup and the look of her hair. Yes Prince Charles' ex-wife is definitely ahead of her time with a sporty blue eyeliner and all sorts of other innovations. But what was her favorite perfume? According to the online website Celebrity Fragrance Guide, the blonde beauty had several favorites that she often sprayed on her skin, and one of them was Penhaligon's Bluebell which can still be purchased to this day. Bluebell - a favorite perfume for more than forty years. Although many of the original fragrances created by William Penhaligon have been modernized and re-introduced as part of the "Anthology Collection", the company maintains its commitment to fine and traditional perfume ingredients and techniques. The Penhaligon fragrance bottles are based on the original design of William Penhaligon and feature clear glass decorated with film. Penhaligon's today offers a line of bath and body care products and luxury shaving and care accessories that complement its fragrances. A number of stores are now open in London and elsewhere in the UK, and the products are also available through select retailers in the UK, North America and Europe, and of course in Israel. Penhaligon's Bluebell perfume is a green floral fragrance for women. Bluebell was launched in 1978. The nose behind this perfume is Michael Pickthall. The top note is citrus; Middle notes are hyacinth, lily of the valley, rose, cyclamen and jasmine; Base notes are galvanum, cloves and cinnamon. This perfume is suitable for pleasant spring days. It has a fragrance with a moderate presence and remains on the skin for a very reasonable time.