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The eau de toilette Lothair from Penhaligon's Trade Routes is inspired by the famous tea clipper Lothair, which was built in 1870 in the Lavender Dock.Adventurous and brave like the crew of the eponymous ship, the perfume opens up with lightly salty aromas of juniper and grapefruitPerfume in the spirit of British aristocracyWilliam Henry Penhaligon founded his barber shop in the same year as the Lothair ship was build. His perfumes, which he designed himself, quickly attracted customers, just like his classic shaving products. Soon, he counted dazzling personalities and the British gentry among his clientèle. Until today, Penhaligon's offers perfumes based on the original recipes by Penhaligon alongside numerous new fragrance compositions, which are now considered to be true classics, just like the creations of the Trade Routes collection. This balance of tradition and timeless beauty justifies the popularity of this perfume house, which should not be missed by many fragrance lovers.