Thursday, 21 July 2011

Penhaligon's Launch of Juniper Sling

I don't post about events on here that often - I think if you're not careful it can sometimes look a little like 'Look what I got invited to.'
However, some events are so well executed by all concerned that they tell the story for you. I have a few of these coming up!

One of those events was the launch of Penhaligon's Juniper Sling.


Held on the 3rd floor of a car park in Central London in a prohibition style pop-up restaurant- genius - the team really went to town showcasing the fragrance within a 1920's surroundings coupled with a gin-inspired theme menu (something that sent Evadne over the edge).


The staff - both waiting staff and employees of Penhaligon's - were all resplendently dressed in the style of the era and were sporting an array of feathers, pearls and tassels. Clearly I was not.

That empty tray was probably our fault.
Quite literally a bath full of gin.

Need a spritz of something? You're obviously in the right place.


Nom.


This salad was spritzed with gin after the plate was positioned in front of you. Amazing!


A lot of gin-infused cocktails were on offer. It would have been rude to say no.


All in all a beautiful, fun and interesting launch.

And for the perfume itself? To save me saying: 'It smells lovely.' - here's the brief:

Juniper Sling is a crisp cocktail shot of gin with the freshness of juniper, cool measures of angelica and brandy and a beating libertine heart of black pepper, cardamom, soft leather and orris. A gourmand base of brown sugar, black cherry and amber add sensuality to the scent.

Head Notes: Cinnamon, Orange Brandy, Angelica, Juniper Berry
Heart Notes: Cardamom, Leather, Black Pepper, Orris Wood
Base Notes: Brown Sugar, Black Cherry, Vetiver, Ambrox

Penhaligon's Juniper Sling launches nationwide on 5th September.
50ml - £78.00
100ml - £110.00

1 comment:

  1. What a fab event!! The perfume looks gorgeous! x x

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