Penhaligon’s 145 year heritage is at the heart of everything that they do, creating innovative fragrances that tell a story. Penhaligon’s understand the emotive power of scent. It can unlock memories and open doors; it can stop us in our tracks, lost somewhere for a moment in time. Recollections triggered by a dusting of iris, a whisper of clove, a burst of juicy nectarine, a trail of smoky incense, a creamy lick of vanilla.

The Trade Routes Collection comprises five fragrances: each inspired by the luxurious and decadent commodities which were traded through London’s historic docks at the turn of the 19th Century. Piled high on the quaysides and arriving daily from the farthest flung corners of the globe in a burst of exoticism; the rarest treasures in dizzying abundance; London was the Warehouse of the World. We are looking for blogs that are decadent, luxurious, and can review and write about the fragrances in a way that conveys their messaging and story.

To apply for this assignment, your cover letter MUST include a proposal of how you would like to like to feature one of the Trade Routes fragrances. Please also include some information about your audience demographics. We have very limited samples of these fragrances available so it is imperative that your cover letter answers the brief and stands out!

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About Penhaligon's

Our passion is to carry on his incredible legacy of creative and innovative perfumery, challenging the traditions of the art and seeking new ways to interpret elegance. We continue to work with master perfumers who can interpret our distinctive ideas; conjuring up new perfume sensations that flow against the tide. Today, our scents are still made in England using the finest rare ingredients - from hand squeezed bergamot, to jasmine at twice the price of gold. Our signature Penhaligon's fragrance bottle is to William's original design: clear glass with a distinctive ribbon-wrapped stopper.