Bond No. 9 High Line

Bond No. 9 High Line

2010 Creation
Woman Gender
Floral - Aquatic Olfactory groups
Olfactory pyramid
Bond No. 9 High Line
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The scent is a floral marine bouquet. It starts with grazing weed mixed with citrusy bergamot and zesty rhubarb. The heart is composed of red-leaf rose, Lady Jane tulips, and grape hyacinth (muscari). The dry down combine oak, sea moss (to evoke the Hudson River's proximity), musk and teakwood.

At a glance

‘The scent of wildflowers, green grasses ... and urban renewal’


New neighborhoods hardly ever arise in New York City. But a recent part of the town has appears: the High Line. The High Line is an aerial walkway lined with concrete planks and railroad tracks, landscaped with meadows, wetlands, and wildflowers. It hovers 30 feet above street level as it meanders along its route from the Meatpacking District to the former 34th Street rail yards. This dynamic neighborhood is the theme of Bond No.9's spring 2010 eau de parfum. With High Line, Bond No.9 tries to offer a scent that mix urban wildflowers and industrial grit, with bits of ‘Tenth Avenue energy and Chelsea gallery style’. For more information:


Eau de parfum 3.4 oz / 100 ml, 1.7 oz / 50 ml.


The Bond No.9 signature bottle is here transparent with grass and pink flowers printed on it.

  • No rate for this perfume 09 january 2015

    Such imagination in the fragrance pyramid. The collectible flacons are as usual - SUPERB. 5 star flacons from the Bond No. 9 line of fragrances. This is a tester.

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