Belgravia Chypre (2018)

Belgravia Chypre by Penhaligon's
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Belgravia Chypre is a new perfume by Penhaligon's for women and men and was released in 2018. The scent is floral-spicy. It is being marketed by Puig.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesRaspberry, Pink pepper, Bergamot
Heart Notes Heart NotesMay rose, Mate
Base Notes Base NotesPatchouli, Labdanum, Oakmoss

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Scent

8.0 (50 Ratings)

Longevity

7.9 (43 Ratings)

Sillage

7.1 (43 Ratings)

Bottle

8.1 (56 Ratings)
Submitted by OPomone, last update on 10.10.2019
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Inselgarten

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Inselgarten
Inselgarten
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Almost everything has been said
...in ravishing words. That's why I'm dedicating a multiliner to my new love of fragrance. My soul as an artist was inspired in the morning after the first encounter, when there was still a breath between the cushions. I remembered the first time: the perfumery employee looked at me. "I hab´was for you," he said. And: "But he needs a lot of time to develop." As it is with a new love, which is ideally for life, not true. This fragrance is for life, a perfect companion for discipleship.

BELGRAVIA CHYPRE

Come out of my dream.
Now. Now. As close as there.
Put your hand on my hand
and say, don't cry.
Let the softness of the moment sink
in the scent of bergamot and oakmoss.

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sebjar

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sebjar
sebjar
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My Penhaligon's Belgravia Chypre Review On YouTube
This is my Penhaligon’s Belgravia Chypre Review on YouTube. Penhaligon’s Belgravia Chypre was launched along with Marylebone Wood and Kensington Amber as part of a trio of fragrances inspired by journeys on foot in London’s neighborhoods. After sampling in a store I immediately loved Belgravia Chypre and wanted to review it. But when I was researching the three fragrances Marylebone Wood seemed like the fragrance I would love over three and Belgravia Chypre was my least favorite. This means always sample your fragrances prior to blind buys. But Belgravia Chypre is a fruity, rose chypre. It's fresh but not a wimp, it's spicy but not overwhelming and it's also slightly green. I like this one and it hints at one of my favorite rose fragrances although this is fruitier and really enjoy it as an alternative to the other fragrance. If you're curious to find out more about Belgravia Chypre please watch my review on YouTube. Thank you.


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loewenherz

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Between Hyde Park, Sloane Street and Buckingham Palace...
...Belgravia, one of the three London districts to which the traditional Penhaligon's house has dedicated its latest collection, lies elegant and highly coveted quarters all together. The one that gives the title here is - behind Kensington - only my second favourite of these three, but Belgravia Chypre, the fragrance to comment here - that is the most beautiful of them.

Belgravia is a residential district with stately cream and white townhouses behind shiny black railings. The Eaton Square (in the series: 'Eaton Place'), famous for the television series named after him, is here and many embassies, expensive galleries and restaurants. The Sloane Street was long regarded as the territory of the young, celebratory high nobility.

Belgravia Chypre pays tribute to the formal elegance of the quarter through its reserved and distinguished character. One could probably call him 'lively floral', dignified and very fine in his arrangement. Chypre', on the other hand, leads the all-too-trustworthy perfume lover on at least a misleading trail, because despite a classic chypre architecture consisting of a hesperidic top note, floral or rose heart and oakmoss base - everything is there! - nothing about him comes along like a man you would classically call 'Chypre'. Instead, there is a subtle scent of roses, subtle, jumpy in the beginning, pale-coloured beyond the centre - cultivated urban and far beyond English country house delight. The raspberry - like all red fruits one of my most feared fragrances - fits wonderfully into its bright freshness, accentuated by little more than a hint of pepper, followed by a delicate pink climbing rose, which swings softly in the London June wind.

Conclusion: Belgravia is a quarter for walking, promenading. There is certainly more to do and experience in other districts - in Mayfair or Kensington, for example. Belgravia is a quarter for a cheerful afternoon under trees. Along shiny black railings. Roses. Belgravia Chypre is actually the fragrance for it.
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