The fragrance was created by Laurice Rahme, founder of the house of Bond No.9, and it is based on herbal and floral cultures found in High Line Park. High Line is a former rail raised 30 meters above ground, stretching between Gansevoort and 34th Street.
High Line is, as Laurice Rahme says, the first "railroad" fragrance by Bond No.9 – a unisex edition constructed as a marine-aldehydic-green fragrance.
The aim of IFF perfumer Laurent Le Guernec was to capture prairie wildness and beauty of leaves while combining them with urban poetry of railway and strict colors of surrounding industrial buildings. As for the river, Guernec added ozone notes with surrounding structural metals represented by aldehydes. The biggest part of the formula arrives from the floral-green assortment of the park – purple love grass and Indian rhubarb are united with bergamot in a top. Red leaf rose, tulip, and grape hyacinth were used in a heart, combined with orange flower water. The High Line’s bur oak hides in a base. Laurent le Guernec says the following about the High Line composition created of 11 notes: ''It is a very fun floral, in a very modern, industrial way.'
High Line Fragrance Notes
Bergamot, Purple Love Grass, Indian Rhubarb, Red Leaf Rose, Tulips, Grape Hyacinth, and Bur Oak.
Important info: Here, we sell decants only. Bond No 9 High Line fragrance sample is a hand-decanted sample. The original bottle on the main picture is not for sale, it just shows the original bottle from which perfume will be decanted. Therefore, the customer will receive the authentic fragrance poured from the original bottle into a new sterile vial.