Description of Penhaligon`s Portraits Roaring Radcliff
Penhaligon's Portraits Roaring Radcliff's spicy-fuzzy aroma is the epitome of the image of the bastard son of an English aristocrat. He leads a dissolute lifestyle, loves rum, luxury women, expensive cars and noisy parties. To this he is ready to spend all the inherited state. But in his heart, this man is still a careless, defenseless child, whose favorite food is gingerbread.
The duality of character reveals a bright trio of noble bitterness of bergamot, spicy anise tarkhun tones and intoxicating, caramel-chocolate intonations of rum. Heart notes sound carefree melody from the “hot”, tart bitterness of ginger, floral tenderness of a rose and the warmth of tobacco. Emphasizes the depth of the previous notes and harmoniously completes the perfume trail of walnut-caramel chords of the tonka bean, as well as the enveloping, warming nuances of wood amber, the animalistic sound of the skin, the sweet spice of cinnamon and honey. They are joined by soft overtones of beeswax, revealing the aroma of musk and mown hay.