Penhaligon's Changing Constance eau de parfum
Top notes: Pimento, cardamom
Heart notes: Salted caramel
Base notes: Cashmeran, tobacco, vanilla
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With a brand like Penhaligon’s, the story behind the Changing Constance eau de parfum was never going to be a simple one (good, because we’re here for it). In fact, the Portraits collection builds an olfactory novel that tells the tale of Lord George and his dysfunctional family. Sister to Lady Blanche, Constance is a modern scent for a modern woman; it’s fiery at first with pimento and cardamom notes, softened by salted caramel and finished with earthy tobacco and sweet vanilla – all bottled in the brand's British perfume house FYI.