Prince Charles’ merchandising continues to grow. The heir to the throne has launched a perfume inspired by his favorite gardens at Highgrove, his official residence. It should be recalled that years ago he had released a gin made with plants from his garden.
The Prince of Wales has baptized the new fragrance, as ‘Highgrove Bouquet’, is inspired by the aromas given off by the flowers in the garden of his family residence, located in the county of Gloucester, in the southwest of England.
“Introducing the Highgrove Bouquet Eau De Parfum, a collaboration between. @PenhaligonsLtd and @PrincesFound. Inspired by and created with HRH The Prince of Wales, it pays homage to the magnificent fragrance of Highgrove Gardens in summer,” reads the official @HighgroveGarden Twitter account.
How much does it cost and where to buy Prince Charles’ perfume?
The firm Penhaligon is in charge of shaping this perfume, and it has a set price of £152.00, about 180 euros. Ten percent of sales will go to charitable causes. This perfume is available exclusively in the UK and can be purchased on the website, highgrovegardens.com.
What does Prince Charles’ perfume smell like?
Highgrove Bouquet is a scent inspired by the fragrant summers in Highgrove Gardens: “A fresh burst of warm energy opens the dance with lavender and geranium. As floral and powdery notes appear, a blanket of delicate yellow flowers seems to fill the air, and mimosa and tuberose add depth and longevity. The soothing base is a blend of cedarwood and orris root.”
It’s no secret to anyone that Charles has been tending the gardens at Highgrove, which houses an organic produce farm, for decades. These gardens can be visited by the public between April and October.