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Bond No. 9’s EDP Channels Digital Neighborhood

August 2, 2013

Bond No. 9’s newest eau de parfum puts a new spin on the niche fragrance house’s neighborhood approach; this time, it isn’t uptown, downtown, or even in the outer boroughs of New York City. Instead the company says the new juice is named for the largest neighborhood in the world: the digital village, otherwise known as the internet. 

The scent is called HTTP://WWW.BONDNO9.COM. The unisex scent has key ingredients such as “super-fresh and contemporary tropical fruit and berry accords that have only recently begun playing a role in perfumery.”  The starter notes are a mix of bright yellow bergamot, pineapple and juniper berry. The heart has apple and blackcurrant along with fresh, clean cedarwood. The base notes are a blend of patchouli and moss with warm and sensual musk and amber. The classic Bond No.9 style bottle has a coded blue scanner pattern on a neon-yellow background.

More info: www.bondno9.com
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