1805 Tonnerre woda perfumowana 50ml

Olfactory group: woody, herbal aromatic
Product code: BF001
PLN 595.00
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The scent imagines moments within the Battle of Trafalgar. Powerful accords of smoke, gunpowder, Blood and Brandy combine with sea spray and a penetrating citrus note. The fragrance is singularly bold in its composition, yet ultimately refined, provocative and unique.


Top: Lime, smoke, gun powder
Heart: Blood, brandy, sea spray
Base: Amber, fir balsam, cedarwood

Top: Lime, smoke, gun powder
Heart: Blood, brandy, sea spray
Base: Amber, fir balsam, cedarwood

Fragrance Notes

lime, skin, gunpowder


blood, sea salt, brandy


amber, fir resin, cedar tree

About the brand Beaufort


The brand was created by musician and writer Leo Crabtree, who has been fascinated by scents and the dark side of British history throughout his life. These two currents are the driving force behind the entire collection. As he says: "The sea, its traditions and superstitions, and the associated lifestyle - all of this is a part of me. The name comes from the 1805 scale of wind strength and serves as a structure within which we try to express ourselves as a brand."

Beaufort fragrances are created in close collaboration with the most distinguished British perfumers and are meant to reflect the collective national subconscious. For example, Iron Duke was created in honor of Arthur Wellesley - the Duke of Wellington, a rider, soldier, politician, and avid lover of tailoring. It is built on notes of leather, tobacco, rum, and... gunpowder.

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Reviews of Tonnerre

A lot, a lot of birch tar. It is an ingredient that gives a strong smoky aroma, produced by cooking birch sap. In the case of Tonnerre, the perfumer uses it in a much higher concentration than anyone before, to achieve the effect of gunpowder. I love its intensity... and the smell of tar immediately brings to mind boats.

Leo Crabtree, The Chic Geek