Roaring Radcliff by Penhaligon's Cologne. Roaring Radcliff is a men’s aromatic spicy cologne from 2016.
It begins with top notes of bergamot, rum, and tarragon, followed by middle notes of ginger, tobacco, and rose. Base notes of amberwood, beeswax, cinnamon, honey, leather, and tonka bean end this blend. Created by perfumer Daphne Bugey of Firmenich, this scent can be worn during fall and winter days and nights.
Penhaligon’s was founded in 1870 by William Penhaligon as a barbershop in
London, England. It started offering fragrances in 1872, with its Blenheim Bouquet from 1902, which was created for the Duke of Marlborough, giving them the brand great acclaim. The original shop was destroyed in 1941, during World War Ii, but fragrances continued to be sold. A new flagship store opened in Covent Garden in 1975. The brand offers bath and body products as well as grooming and shaving accessories. Puig holds the fragrance license for the brand.