Bleecker Street Perfume by Bond No. 9, Bleecker Street is a fragrance that was created by David Apel and released by Bond No. 9 in 2005.
It has woody top notes of thyme, violet leaf, and blueberry. Its middle notes follow with cedar wood, jasmine, vanilla, and cinnamon. Its base notes finish the fragrance with scents of oakmoss, patchouli, suede, amber, and warm and soft vanilla. Bleecker Street comes in an intriguing bottle, intricately designed with contrasting purple and greens and a logo in the center. It was named after the street that one of the boutiques is located on.
Bond No. 9 is an American perfumery that is located in New York. It was founded by Laurice Rahme, a perfume industry veteran, in 2003. The brand was named after the address of its headquarters and boutique in NoHo, and its fragrances follow the trend by representing New York’s landmarks and geography using exciting packaging and interesting scents.