Terrible Teddy EDP 75 ml
The main accords of Penhaligon's Terrible Teddy EDP 75 ml are amber, smoky, leather, balsamic and musky.
This masculine perfume was created by perfumer Quentin Birch. The house of Penhaligon's London launched the scent in 2019.
Top notes are incense, followed by strong heart notes of leather and base notes are nuances of ambroxan. The distinct fragrance for men includes spicy and lightly smoky hints.
This leather scented cologne belongs to Penhaligon's portrait fragrances, a stylish and animal-themed perfume collection including exclusive men colognes and luxury women perfumes. Renowned perfumer from all over the world created extraordinary perfumes, like f.e. Daphne Bugey, Alberto Morillas, Christophe Renaud and others.
Portraits by Penhaligon's, as the name conveys, each fragrance has its own story.
There are several characters, everyone is represented by another animal. Terrible Teddy is the cool guy, adventurous and flirtatious with ladies, but never mean. Maybe secretly soft-hearted? However olfactory bold.
Fun fact: It is said that Teddy the rhino is interested in Helen, a parrot, but the Duke (dog) seems not very amused. (See: Heartless Helen, Much ado about the Duke)
Contrary to his name (Terrible Teddy) this fragrance for men is a bestseller, a unique cologne for the modern man.
The delicate transparent glass flask conveys the bronze perfume. A fancy golden rhino stopper underlines the perfumes extraordinarily, this scent is special and so is the product design. The outer paper box is also designed in a delicate manner by Icelandic artist Kristjana S. Williams.
(She designed each outstanding paper box of the complete portraits edition's.)
Discover the complete Penhaligon's Portrait edition here.
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Penhaligon's London is a British niche perfume brand, which was found in 1870 by William Penhaligon, a Cornish barber who moved to London. In the beginning, the barbershop did not offer perfumes but started selling luxury fragrances from 1872 onwards. Since then the company released uncountable best-selling perfumes, like f.e. Blenheim Bouquet, Bluebell. In the meantime, William Penhaligon became Court Barber and Perfumer to Queen Victoria. The corporate design by Penhaligon's is delicate and pure: transparent glass flasks, embellished with a ribbon around the bottle's neck.
Besides the portraits perfumes, there are more famous fragrances by Penhaligon's beloved all over the world. Penhaligon's Anthology Collection includes many original fragrances which were modernised and relaunched. Today Penhaligon's fragrance collection includes cooperations with renowned perfumers from all over the world (besides William Penhaligon's own scents) like f.e. Mathilde Bijaoui, Quentin Bisch, Daphne Bugey, Olivier Cresp, Loc Dong, Bertrand Duchaufour, Olivia Giacobetti, Juliette Karagueuzoglou, Alex Lee, Alberto Morillas, Fabrice Pellegrin, Francis Pickthall, Michael Pickthall, Christian Provenzano and Christophe Raynaud.