The Penhaligon’s Portraits collection is a tribute to the aristocratic English spirit that embodies the ideas of establishment, humor and provocation. Each scent in this collection is named after a member of the fictional Portrait family and their scandalous exploits.
Inspired by the idea of a wealthy and respected man, who seems to embody the noblest values of the aristocracy, this fragrance blends notes of brandy, shaving soap and tonka bean. Seemingly traditional, yet with hidden secrets, the Tragedy of Lord George Eau de Parfum is finished with a noble stag topper.
The top note is brandy. The heart note is shaving soap. The finishing notes are wood, amber and tonka bean.