Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley is an essential eau de toilette and a classic of English perfumery. This fragrance was created by Mickael Pickthall in 1976. The sweetness of a spring wind opens with fresh notes of lemon and bergamot. A floral bouquet composed of jasmine, lily of the valley and rose petals transports you to the heart of an English garden. It is at this moment that the magic of ylang ylang with milk and vanilla facets takes place giving way to the purity of cedar wood.


Lily of the Valley

women's fragrance

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Families :
floral floral
Head notes :
aldehyde, bergamot, lemon, galbanum
Heart notes :
cyclamen, hyacinth, jasmine, lily of the valley, rose, ylang-ylang
Base notes :
cedar, moss, musk, sandalwood

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The founder of the brand, William Henry Penhaligon's, arrived in London in the 1860s to make a fortune and thus began his illustrious career. Creative and ambitious, William was inspired by the scents of the Turkish baths of the neighboring Jermyn street and created his first perfume, Hammam Bouquet, in 1874.

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