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English Laundry Arrogant Eau de Toilette For Men (3.4oz/100ml) English Laundry Arrogant Eau de Toilette For Men (3.4oz/100ml)

English Laundry Arrogant Eau de Toilette For Men (3.4oz/100ml)

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$85.00

Quick Overview

A Refined, Freshly-Laundered Lavender Scent

Main Notes:

Top
Bergamot
A citrus fruit with a green color similar to a lime, it has the capability to combine with a bundle of scents to form aromas that perfectly complement each other.
Cedar
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.
Mid
Lavender is a genus to the Lamiaceae family native to Europe and Eastern Africa. Lavender has a floral, fresh, sweet, herbaceous and sometimes slightly fruity scent to it.
Coriander is popular as a scented stimulating substance and also an important culinary spice. It has been cultivated in different parts of the world for thousands of years now and is said to be one of the oldest known herbs, it can be traced as far back as 5,000 B.C.
Base
Sandalwood is a type of wood from trees in the genus Santalum. It has a sensually soft, deep, earthy, creamy, spicy, and piney scent to it.
Amber
Amber is a fossilized highly viscous substance of plant origins or from evergreen trees from the Neolithic times. When burned at the perfect temperature, it gives off the natural scent of pinewood.

Arrogant (2010), our inaugural entry into the fragrance world, embodies the qualities of a true English Laundry gent - humble yet confident, gentle yet masculine. Woody aromatic notes of sandalwood and cedar are lifted by a delicate core of lavender and coriander, invoking a feeling similar to stepping out of the shower, or freshly laundered attire.


NOTES
TOP: Bergamot, Cedar
MID: Lavender, Coriander
BASE: Sandalwood, Amber

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