Bayolea by Penhaligon's Cologne. Bayolea by Penhaligon’s is a citrusy perfume released in 2014.
Although this particular fragrance is fairly new, it is inspired by some of the older traditions of the fragrance house, which has been in existence since 1870. Lemongrass, tangerine and mandarin orange are the top notes found in this perfume. Within the middle are the aromas of lavender, neroli, black pepper and cardamom. The base contains rich scents of amber, patchouli, moss, musk, sandalwood and
Penhaligon’s first started as a barbershop, but it quickly gained prominence due to its outstanding fragrances. The company really started taking off in 1902 after the release of a fragrance called Blenheim Bouquet, which was created due to a request made by the Duke of Marlborough. Blenheim Bouquet enchanted everyone who came into contact with it due to its assortment of woods, spices and citruses. Bayolea continues the tradition of the brand house by being rich, intoxicating and fresh.