Hudson Yardsby Bond No. 9 (2014)
70 of 100%, 10 Ratings
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|Top Notes||Lily-of-the-valley, Freesia, Pink pepper|
|Heart Notes||Peony, Bulgarian rose, Lychee|
|Base Notes||Orange blossom, Iris, White musk|
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Helpful Review - 05/21/2014
I get BIG Tuberose and Gardenia here … not listed in the pyramid, but I could be smelling a combination of Freesia, Rose and Orange Blossom. It's very nice!!! The Iris is strong after a few hours … in fact I am toying with buying this fragrance.
Gonna put the brakes on … if it lasts all the way to my destination (a 7 hour flight) I will buy it on the way back.
LOL Dulce :) … unfortunately this didn't make it … it had deteriorated into a bit of and Iris/chem mess long before I landed. Pity … the first two hours or so were really nice!!
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RoseSasso is right when writting that Hudson Yards is different from the other perfumes by Bond no9. It has a freshness and persistent green sparkle to it . Yet this is not enough for me to qualify it as original or innovative. It is just very green, neon green for most of the time, in spite of the fact that it lists white and pink flowers . Wow! I have just found out what it looks like: a completely green rose!
The perfume started with a strong dose of alcohol that scared me away, maybe the pink pepper did this to me and it was not pleasant. A hint of lily-of-the valley and freesia followed swiftly and died away and a green rose and orange blossom set in, close to the skin, not moving, not whispering not letting me connect with them at all. The longevity is modest. After about 3 hours there was a faint smell of rose. The Hudson River washed my perfume away. And gone it was!
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Helpful Review - 03/25/2014
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