Bond No. 9 Brooklyn Eau de Parfum for Women and Men
Inspired by the City Inside of a City
Every borough of New York is distinct, but something about Brooklyn stands out. Maybe it’s how it holds so many different walks of life, how Nobel laureates share the sidewalk with hopeful musicians, how graffiti artists turn the sides of crumbling buildings into canvases. It’s that dynamic that perfumer Laurice Rahme strives to capture in this creative fragrance.
A Rich and Varied Scent
Notes such as cardamom tinge Brooklyn with an exotic air. Soon after comes a refreshing blast of grapefruit and juniper berries, which reinvigorates the fragrance and furthers its complexity. At the end, notes of Guaiac wood and leather emerge to exude warmth and comfort.
* The Fragrance Foundation’s 2010 Fragrance of the Year * Woody spicy oriental fragrance * Notes of cardamom, geranium leaves, cedar, grapefruit, juniper berries, Guaiac wood, and leather * Created by Laurice Rahme, perfumer, founder, and president of Bond No. 9 * Introduced in March 2008 * 3.3 fl. oz. spray bottle * Star-shaped bottle with graffiti-like detailing
About Bond No. 9
The “noses” at Bond No. 9 encapsulate New York City’s diverse neighborhoods into its collection of eau de parfums. Literal scents, such as the river or beach, as well as figurative essences like the neighborhood’s mood and history, shape each fragrance. Packaged in themed, decorative bottles, the resulting perfumes have appeared in magazines such as Elle, Vogue, and Vanity Fair.
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