A range of 16 fragrances for men and women, each representing different districts of New York.

Chelsea Flowers fragrance notes

  • Head

    • white peony, mimosa, french tulip
  • Heart

    • white hyacinth, magnolia, rose
  • Base

    • musk, sandalwood, vetiver, tree moss

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Soapy floral

I'm using Chelsea Flowers as it is one of the leftovers in a Bond nr. 9 bon-bon-box with large spray vials from around 2007/8. The faves have long been gone and the more difficult and/or less liked I'm now trying to finish.

Initially I found it much too sweet for me. Sampling it now, I'm not so much put off by the sweetness as well as by the sharp undertone. It's a generic sweet cocktail in which I'm not able to discern many constructive elements.

The longevity is excellent and a non-offensive magnolia-musk base exceeds well over 5 hours.
9th February 2016
A very typical white floral that's slightly more fruity than floral. It's very generic and the price tag does not do it any justice. An easy pass for women and men who don't want their woman smelling like a typical white flower fruity fragrance.
15th September 2011

Chelsea Flowers has a very timid, dewey quality that is so lacking in personality and interest that one might wonder if they've smelt anything at all.Chelsea Flowers' bland mix of unidentifiable pale flowers is neither pretty nor dainty; it has a faint synthetic aroma that one would expect form a Glade plug-in. Perhaps I am being too harsh; Chelsea Flowers is certainly not hideous. It's not offensive or intrusive, it's simply...nothing.I guess for the atmospheric price point I expect a little more.
21st June 2010
For those who care for/appreciate this type of shmaltz-pap: I am sure Chelsea Flowers is a monolithic goldbrick. I might appreciate this if I cared; but I don't.I find it to be AGGRESSIVELY INSIPID.Extraordinarily ordinary!
21st March 2010
I'm a fan of florals, don't get me wrong, but Chelsea Flowers seemed to me like a slightly too "pretty" flower-shop scent, but it just didn't strike me as particularly wearable or amazing. I'm developing a theory that Bond #9 line of fragrances is aimed at people for whom money is no object and the very act of purchasing a scent that's "nice", but not remarkable, but at Bond's prices, is a huge status symbol in the manner of: "Hey, I can afford to pay this much for something that's just plain NICE. How about that?"
10th August 2008
A sprite white floral, drying down with a healthy dose of greenery. As I first applied Chelsea Flowers it brought to mind Tommy Girl. As the initial topnotes eased, CF remained an ultra fresh bouquet of white flowers with loads of green sprigs - much better than Tommy Girl could ever hope to be!This is one of Bond no.9's better offerings!
21st December 2007
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