The Bewitching Yasmine by Penhaligon's Perfume. Launched in 2017, the Bewitching Yasmine is a women’s Oriental floral perfume.
The top notes are cardamom and coffee, with jasmine and fir middle notes following behind. The base notes are incense, Tahitian vanilla, and Laotian oud. This fragrance is recommended for fall evening wear. The flacon shows a dark purple liquid and has a gold cat as a stopper.
The British niche perfume house Penhaligon’s was established in 1870 by William Penhaligon
as a barbershop. In 1872, the first fragrance, Hammam Bouquet, which was inspired by a nearby Turkish bath, was released. The Blenheim Bouquet, launched in 1902, became popular, especially with its association with the Duke of Marlborough. Though the shop was destroyed in 1941 during World War Ii, the fragrances remained, with a Royal Warrant by the Duke of Edinburgh granted for toiletries in 1956. A second Royal Warrant was issued in 1988 by the Princess of Wales. The flagship store opened in Covent Garden in 1975, where it remains, along with many other locations in the United Kingdom. Puig holds the fragrance license.