Penhaligon’s Collaborate with Highgrove Gardens and His Majesty The King



A fragrance fit for royalty, Penhaligon’s have collaborated with Highgrove Gardens and His Majesty The King to create the Highgrove Bouquet. A tribute to the wondrous, fragrant summers at Highgrove Gardens that both King Charles and Camilla shared, Penhaligon’s thoughtfully collaborated with His Majesty The King’s country estate to create a fragrance that goes beyond just smelling sweet. 

Floral with a sparkling freshness and a sensual, woody touch of tuberose, cedarwood and musk, the Highgrove Bouquet captures the feeling of a summer’s day. Its vibrant story of geranium, lavender, mimosa and cedarwood comes together with the meeting of weeping silver lime. The heart and signature of this fragrance, the gracious weeping silver lime can be found all around the grounds of Highgrove Gardens—it’s elegant, deciduous silver lined heart-shaped leaves, flecked with yellow sprays of flowers delicately perfume the air to resemble the feeling of earthly sunshine. 

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More than just a fragrance, the Highgrove Bouquet goes beyond the juice. In support of The Prince’s Foundation, it sees ten percent of the proceeds from this perfume go to help fund the charity’s various training and education programmes for thousands of pupils and students each year.

With his Royal Highness being an active and passionate advocate for sustainability for over 50 years, it was no surprise the fragrance emulated his same beliefs and standards. In line with his environmental vision, this project has been developed in a way that is mindful of the need to respect the planet—replacing plastic with 100% recycled and recyclable paper and sugar cane eco-foam, and printing using all organic ink, free of mineral oils.

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