Hugh Parsons Whitehall – Eau de Parfum

Hugh Parsons Whitehall – Eau de Parfum

The inspiration of this fragrance was found in Palace of Whitehall, the residence of the kings of England and their families from 1530 until 1698. The building was in the Westminster area, where today lies the street that bears the same name of the building. When it was built, it was the biggest palace in the world. Today only the banqueting hall remains, and it is currently is used by the Royal family for some banquets and ceremonies. The packaging, white and extremely elegant, it contains an original fragrance very persistence, sublimated by whites notes to express this symbol greatness. It is a perfect alchemy between pepper and white pepper.

The fragrance opens up with agreements citrusy Bergamot and Grapefruit, enhanced by the Orange Blossom. The heart highlights the spicy notes, but at the same time delicate White Pepper in accordance with the Geranium Bourbon characterizes the perfume. The base note is enhanced by persistent woody notes of Patchouli and Vetiver Bourbon from Singapore that, in accordance with the White Amber and Russian Leather, give personality, sophistication and originality to the fragrance.

Top Notes: Bergamot, Grape Fruit, Orange Blossom
Heart Notes: Geranium, White Pepper, Pepper
Base Notes: White Amber, Leather, Patchouly, Vetiver


100 ml Eau de Parfum Spray