Perfumer H Opens First Hong Kong Store in Wan Chai
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Luxury Scent Expert Perfumer H Opens First Hong Kong Store in Wan Chai

Luxury Scent Experts Perfumer H Opens First Hong Kong Store in Wan Chai

Luxury British perfume producer Perfumer H finds a new abode in Hong Kong, unveiling its store in Wan Chai. The olfactory haven, which opened in late August, is housed in a mysterious glass cube, framed by robust concrete and tiles, inviting scent-lovers to a magical journey to discover the power of Perfumer H.

The store's entrance is more than just a gateway; it's a proclamation of Perfumer H's commitment to blending nature with craftsmanship. Inside, the green theme persists, as a pigment-sealed concrete floor mirrors the lush outdoors.

The pièce de résistance of their new Hong Kong location is the innovative perfume testing area. Customers are invited to embark on an olfactory journey, extracting and savouring the myriad fragrances.

Understanding the art of selection, Perfumer H offers a tranquil counter. Customers can ponder over teas while surrounded by woodwork from artisan Bobby Mills. In true Perfumer H fashion, a pantry selling British delights like orange tea and rhubarb jam is housed within the venue, showcasing ceramics by renowned British artist Ed Hill.

For those seeking a fragrance like no other, the brand introduces “INK,” a captivating blend of elemi Iran, vetiver Haiti, and cedar wood, with notes of rose and ambroxan. Prices range from HK$1,400 for a 50ml Eau de Parfum to HK$5,700 for a hand-blown glass refill edition.

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