Chinatown Perfume by Bond No. 9, Chinatown is a women’s perfume with white floral, warm spicy, woody, floral, tuberose, and vanilla main accords. Launched in 2005, this Oriental floral fragrance was created by perfumer Aurelien Guichard, who was with Givaudan at the time.
The scent leads with peach blossom and bergamot top notes, followed by tuberose, gardenia, orange blossom, and peony middle notes. Cardamom, vanilla, sandalwood, guaiac wood, patchouli, and Virginia cedar comprise the base notes. Long lasting, with moderate sillage, this fragrance works best on fall and winter days and nights.
Bond No. 9 is an American fragrance brand founded by Laurice Rahme in New York in 2003. The brand is named after the address of the headquarters, as is its main shop. The fragrances are unabashedly New York-influenced, representing New York neighborhoods, places, and beaches. Besides fragrances, the product lines include body creams and washes and scented candles. Some of the brand’s distinctive star-shaped bottles are adorned with Swarovski crystals.