Handcrafted in a unique process by Haeckels, the Eau de Parfum GPS 19’ 51”E is an aromatic snapshot, cataloguing local botanicals such as elderflower, wild parsley and spearmint to build an intrinsically English fragrance.
Designed in the rain on 6th August, this Eau De Parfum is named after the exact map reference at which it was created. An aromatic snapshot of a winding country path leading to a crumbling Roman fort, overlooked by a single apple tree and an elder bush, the fragrance encompasses poppies, spearmint, bindweed and wild parsley and is accented with elderflower, apple and grass.
Based in a clifftop laboratory in Margate, Kent, Haeckels handcrafts each of its products, formulating and distilling them from local botanicals that offer the best antioxidant properties.
Founded in 2012 by volunteer beach warden Dom Bridges, Haeckels sets out to showcase the incredible natural ingredients the coast has to offer.
Top notes: Cold green and peppery
Heart: Citrus, warm and herbal
Base: Fresh, light and woody