The Tragedy Of Lord George by Penhaligon's Cologne. Released in 2016, The Tragedy of Lord George was crafted by perfumer Alberto Morillas.
As part of the portrait collection, this oriental fragrance blends woody, amber, sweet, balsamic, aromatic and spicy accords to weave a powerful scent perfect for the confident wearer. This perfume opens with a top note of brandy before revealing a clean, crisp middle note of shaving soap. Woods, amber and tonka bean come together to finish its multilayered
Penhaligon’s is a perfume house based in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1870 by William Penhaligon, the label owes much to its early beginnings as a prominent barbershop. One of its first fragrances was 1902’s Blenheim Bouquet, a special creation made for the Duke of Marlborough at Blenheim Palace. The label has launched a total of 75 perfumes, including standouts such as 2002’s Artemisia and 2018’s unisex scent Kensington Amber. Perfumers creating fragrances for the brand include Olivier Cresp, Christophe Raynaud and Sophie Labbe.