Created in honour of Amelia, Simon Brooke's great grandmother, who led him to discover his connection to the lost perfume houses founder, John Grossmith. Opening with an enticing bouquet of neroli, osmanthus, rose, peony and jasmine, with a warm and smooth base of amber, patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver and cashmere musks.
England’s premier perfume house, established in London in 1835, is owned and managed by descendants of the founder, John Grossmith. Over 180 years of heritage and family pride are encapsulated in each bottle. Grossmith values and respects the words ‘Made in England’.
Grossmith’s reputation for quality and craftsmanship, creativity and passion is being upheld in the twenty-first century. Perfume lovers who seek individuality and rarity will find just that among Grossmith’s different Collections of perfume.
Grossmith will only ever be stocked by the very best perfumeries and perfumery departments, where staff truly appreciate their authenticity and bring their story and fragrances alive for the customer. To support them, family members make personal visits to share their story of heritage, discovery and revival.