Eleanor of Aquitaine Perfume Oil


The most powerful Queen of the Middle Ages. Once Queen of France and then Queen of England, she lived on a grand scale. One of the few women to go on a crusade, she accompanied her first husband, Louis VII of France, to the Levant, then divorced him on their return and married a man nine years younger than she, Henry Plantagenet. At first, their marriage was a happy and passionate one, with eight children born. Later, Eleanor's peppery personality grated on Henry rather than titillated him. He imprisoned her for 16 years after she demonstrated her disdain for him by backing one of their son's attempts to overthrow his father. The scent of greenery outdoors combined with a whiff of bitter gall, a bit of earth, a smidge of animalic musk, and it is very much like a well-needed roll in the hay. Lively and naughty.

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Weight0.075 lbs

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