The classic perfume house from the UK - Atkinsons in 2013 celebrated the bicentenary of its founding. In honor of this high-profile and worthy event, one of the brand's most popular and sought-after fragrances was restarted. The new version received the talking name 24 Old Bond Street Triple Extract, and became the embodiment of a truly English character - strong, domineering, modest and modest in moderation, with excellent manners and noble upbringing. The authors of the elixir were Christine Nagel and Violaine Collas, whose professionalism and excellent taste have no doubt. The top of the perfumery composition opens with dizzying, juicy juniper berries, which are perfectly shaded by the spicy oriental cardamom spice. The heart of the triangle is a breathtaking, intoxicating cocktail, which consists of an expensive whiskey of many years of aging and a fragrant, fragrant queen of flowers - a scarlet rose. The base of the pyramid opens with a tempting, gray ambergris that weaves in a passionate dance with seductive, sexy musk. Noble black tea mixed with woody shades of overseas cedar sets the finishing touches in a stunning picture. The fragrance Atkinsons 24 Old Bond Street Triple Extract belongs to the unisex category, and can be equally used by both sensual, gentle representatives of the fair sex, and confident, respectable gentlemen.