Nuits de Noho is one of Bond’s most popular fragrances, and I’m betting that the reason is the Patchouli note. I did a quick Google search this morning to look for a breakdown of the notes by base, middle and top. I couldn’t find a breakdown of the notes anywhere (odd, since it’s usually easy to find this), but what I did find was page after page of comments about how great the Patchouli note is! It is described as voluptuous, heady, divine and irreverent. I found page after page of raves for this Patchouli note!
Notes: Jasmin, Creamy Vanilla, Sheer Patchouli, Musk, Bergamot, Rosewood
In the bottle I smell primarily Patchouli, Bergamot and a bit of Rosewood and Jasmine. Once I’ve applied the fragrance, it deepens even more to primarily Patchouli and a bit of musk with a small hint of Rosewood. I saw the word voluptuous all over to describe this Patchouli note, and I definitely think that this is an accurate description. I have to say that with this scent you need to have a light hand, I think with the deepening of the scent it became stronger. A bottle of this would go a long way!
Also available this holiday season in a limited edition 3.4 ounces crystal vial.
Bond No. 9