51° 19’ 9”N 1° 21’ 30”E 2014

51° 19’ 9”N 1° 21’ 30”E by Haeckels
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51° 19’ 9”N 1° 21’ 30”E is a popular perfume by Haeckels for women and men and was released in 2014. The scent is green-fresh. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase.
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Perfumer

Dom Bridges

Fragrance Notes

FennelFennel
Indian patchouliIndian patchouli
LemonLemon
BergamotBergamot
Provençal lavenderProvençal lavender
VetiverVetiver
Juniper berryJuniper berry
Star aniseStar anise
Black pepperBlack pepper
Balsam firBalsam fir
Gaiac woodGaiac wood
OrangeOrange
BuchuBuchu
Celery seedCelery seed
Curly mintCurly mint

Ratings

Scent

8.275 Ratings

Longevity

8.367 Ratings

Sillage

7.667 Ratings

Bottle

8.353 Ratings
Submitted by Viola8, last update on 14.10.2021.

Interesting Facts

The GPS coordinates 51° 19’ 9”N 1° 21’ 30”E indicate the shallow Pegwell Bay between Ramsgate and Sandwich in Kent, South East England. A part of the bay is a nature reserve, which can be accessed by the public via Pegwell Bay Country Park.
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JoHannes
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nature red in tooth and claw
[Location] Southern English coastal landscapes. Narrow, sandy bays, often rocky. A stale grey-brown against the white-grey spray of the North Sea. On the shore, on the barren meadows, squat like monoliths the grey stone houses. Smoke rises from the narrow chimneys. Uninviting, silenced. The cry of seagulls. Crash of waves. Sometimes a person in yellow flits through the picture. The algae-salty smell of the sea mingles with the smoke from the chimneys.

I take a little walk, away from the barren coast, into the hinterland. Across the lush green fields, framed by stone walls and rhododendron bushes. It's spring in the south of England. Nature is in bloom. Life.

[Fragrance | Notes] Mint. Main player in this scenery. Like a finely sweetened mint tea that has cooled. Overripe bergamot joins in. And a juicy-sweet orange. In the background, a hint of pepper.

Juniper berry. As in a fine gin. With its fine spice. Accompanied by a pine needle aroma. Resinous-green. Woody. And fennel. Steamed, not raw. Fruity almost, with all its flavors.

A picture of nature at rest in itself. Like an old master.

51° 19' 9 "N 1° 21' 30 "E accompanied. A minty-green, spicy-sweet fragrance with fruits. Finely tuned. Restrained. Benevolent. Inviting. No spiciness, no citrus. Maturity. Juicy fruit. With mint at the center. Nothing here interrupts this harmony. A fine fragrance. Like a walk across a blooming spring meadow. Away from people. From the places of people. In the hinterland of the southern English coast.

[Music] Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) "Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis"
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JackHunter33

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Pegwell Bay - Soft, Fresh & Spicy
I just got a 7.5ml sample decant of this from their website and it came in a lovely box with a postcard of the location the scent was inspired by. Also the decant came within a black velvet pouch so full marks on presentation.

For those who have no idea about this scent or the creators let me give you some information before I describe the scent. Haeckels has a shop in the lovely Margate area that sells products with all natural ingredients. They have a range of Edp fragrances that are based on areas around their location with the ingredients sourced from the area as well. They even have a lovely video of each of the areas the scents were inspired by so you can wear the scent and check out the video at the same time. Which is what I did for the Pegwell Bay scent.

Now onto the fragrance. It opens up very soft and spicy with bitter orange and anise smelling fennel. There is lavender, herbs, citrus, juniper, spice and it smells really really good. I cannot help thinking that this is the type of scent Armani could have released back in the Eighties, it's like a night time version of Armani Eau Pour Homme. Where as that one was all about bright lemon citrus, this has that same quality citrus spice but darker. I got to say it does smell fantastic and worthy of the hype. It's very natural smelling but I do get that Armani going out on the town during the night vibe. If this was a Armani release it would imo be a big popular seller. I cannot believe this quality has come from a unknown shop in Margate selling natural products. I could go clubbing with this scent and have the ladies gushing over my fragrance. lol
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Yatagan
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Handcrafted
How a statement became a comment:

Actually I had the firm intention to write only a statement about this fragrance, which Gerus525 kindly brought closer to me, although I was immediately very impressed, because here below is an excellent commentary by AmyAmy, longtime readers* known as a connoisseur of Anglo-Saxon fragrances, and there would be nothing more to add to it. But the fragrance is so multi-layered that it is worthwhile to look at it from a wider perspective, and this cannot be depicted in a single statement.

In order to save reading lazy people the excursus about AmyAmys commentary, although it would be absolutely worthwhile to read, it should be mentioned that the fragrances come from Haeckels in Margate in the south of England, where most of the ingredients are collected, brewed and brewed (I imagine a backyard laboratory in the style of a witch's kitchen) and then first distributed there as well. There is an international distribution through Stockists, so in the end you are more enterprising than you would think at first glance. From now on I concentrate only on the scent.

I'd like to mention in passing that the durability is impressive, although this is a characteristic of fragrances that I find rather threatening (I hate penetrating, sticky, durable stuff and much prefer to spray it after), but here it's completely okay, because the fragrance is neither at the beginning nor at the end of the Drydwon, which I feel is reached sometime the next day, obtrusive, but British distinguished, which I think is really good.

The fragrance is anything but particularly sweet, oriental or resinous, but rather traditionally aromatic, in the drydown has something of Barbershop, which is not surprising with English fragrances. Of course, light resin (balsam fir is indicated here) and a lot of wood always play a role in such fragrances. In addition, in a complex mixture reminiscent of the 80s, there are fruity, citric, green and herbaceous tones (certainly also the indicated lavender) and many spicy accents, especially juniper berry (has almost a bit of gin), but despite their strength neither oriental nor Asian, but rather margate-like, so southern English, if you know what I mean. One really has the feeling of standing on the coast in England, and exactly in England and not at the Baltic Sea or in Normandy, of looking at the sea, smelling the aromas of the air and at the same time suspecting some traditional aftershave from a sailor down there in his boat in the nose. You literally feel the wind and the waves roar, a humidity in the air (no aquatics), just before you notice that this is actually kitschy and sentimental. Cut!
Even without such pictures, the fragrance works really well, is suitable for everyday use (even if you don't have to think about the fragrance for the following day until you have showered very thoroughly) and can be worn in the office during the day as well as in the evening. While the prelude is rather postmodern, ecological, earthy, citric and herbaceous, the drydown is traditionally resinous, woody and aromatic and thus accompanies the man (or, if she wants, the woman) from work home and into the evening. Pretty cool, that!
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