Monday, March 24, 2008

Bond No. 9's Eau de Noho


Bond No. 9 has a secret, and I'm going to let you in on it. There is a little known fragrance, one that should be well known by all. It should be their top seller. But it isn't. Instead it's a little known treasure. And, I absolutely love it. It is my new favorite Bond Fragrance, and I think it should be your new favorite too!

Eau de Noho is a soft floral that is well balanced by greens. In the bottle I smell the Cashmere Woods and Mandarin, but these quickly burn off. What is left behind is the Violet Leaves, fresh but somehow also warm and friendly. The Mimosa comes out for a few hours, but is gone by the end of the day. The Mimosa is a particularly fresh smelling note, but when it leaves toward the end of the day the Amber comes out a bit more. The result is a slightly darker, deeper scent. I love all of the evolutions of this fragrance. I would love any one of them alone, but together this is a masterpiece!

Top Notes: Mandarin, Watery Greens
Middle Notes: Mimosa, Violet Leaves,
Base Notes: Cashmere Woods, Green Moss, Amber


Bond No. 9

1 comment:

Girl-Woman said...

Thanks for sharing the little secret. I don't think I would have given this a test-drive, but I love a little secret. Thanks.

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