The world's first railroad perfume. The scent of wildflowers, green grasses - and urban renewal. The scent starts off with a prairie grazing weed, purple love grass, mixed with citrusy bergamot and zesty Indian rhubarb. The perfume's floral heart is red-leaf rose, Lady Jane tulips and grape hyacinth. Its lingering base notes combine bur oak from the sheltering tree with imported sea moss to evoke the Hudson River's proximity. Musk and teakwood remind us that Bond No. 9 High Line is a metro- perfume.
Notes: bergamot, purple love grass, Indian rhubarb, red leaf rose, tulips, grape hyacinth and bur oak.