British niche line Penhaligon’s has added two more (and reportedly, the last) fragrances to their Anthology collection (“breathing new life into fragrances from our archive”), Esprit du Roi and Eau Sans Pareil.
Esprit du Roi (shown) ~ "Originally created in 1983, Esprit du Roi returns as a lush woody citrus, heady with swirling scented foliage. Fresh tomato leaf, mint and raspberry leaf are combined with rich florals, warm woods and potent musks to create this masterpiece of contrasts." Developed by perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour; additional notes include bergamot, mandarin, cedrat, davana, aldehydes, cardamom, clove, geranium, ylang ylang, jasmine, honeysuckle, vetiver, cedar, sandalwood, patchouli, white musk, ambergris, oakmoss and Africa stone.
Eau Sans Pareil ~ "Originally created in 1988, Eau Sans Pareil has been transformed into a shimmering chypre. Opening with a giddy rush of sparkling fruits and sensual white flowers, Eau Sans Pareil is softened with sweet woods, elegant oakmoss and musks. Powdery, wistful and romantic." Developed by perfumer Beverly Bayne; additional notes include aldehydes, neroli, mandarin, bergamot, kumquat, raspberry, pineapple, cypress, pink pepper, tagetes, jasmine, rose, muguet, orris, ylang, orange blossom, liquorice, clove, patchouli, vetiver, cedar, vanilla, labdanum, benzoin and amber.
Penhaligon's Esprit du Roi and Eau Sans Pareil are available in 100 ml Eau de Toilette, £110 each.