Coney Island 
Bond No. 9 (2007)

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Coney Island by Bond No. 9

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Bond No. 9
Fragrance House
Richard Herpin

Bond's 29th scent. Coney Island is a fragrance designed for the summer and contains notes of Margarita, Guava, Melon and Sandalwood.

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There are 56 reviews of Coney Island by Bond No. 9.

Margaritas and caramel corn fill the air on the boardwalk. Salty brine laps against the shoreline, spraying mist into the air that soaks into the weathered timbers of the pier. Nighttime descends, and the air is getting chilly as summer concedes to the onset of fall.

Set Sail St Barts comes to mind in the opening. Salty, blue(aquatic), lime. Later, it becomes more "blue", like a mix of D&G Light Blue, Cool Water and still some of the Set Sail St Barts. Later in the drydown, it becomes slightly lighter, less sharp and even more feminine with the musks.

Overall, it is clean and mostly aquatic. Feels casual and good for warmer weather.

Performance is solid on my skin with good projection and all-day longevity.

This is a really unique fragrance that smells like nothing else out there. It opens with the scent of a margerita on the rocks - full with the scent of lime, tequila, and ice. As it dries down, I smell oddly the notes of chocolate and guava. I think they were trying to capture the feel of Coney Island in New York with treats and fruit juice and margeritas everywhere. Performance is also stellar. Due to the gourmand nature of this fragrance but with its fresh opening, it may be a bit strange for some. However, I personally really like it. I feel it's like a niche version of Tommy Bahama Set Sail St. Barts (a fragrance which I sold once I smelled Coney Island).


This one ranks pretty low on my scale for a Bond.
At first, it smelled like candy in a trash can. It works well layered with Little Italy, but is not worth retail price.

heavy salt and there is something in there that's very off putting to me. just doesn't work for me.cant get pass that pungent bitter salty vibe....

Love this stuff. It took me a little bit to appreciate just how interesting it is...

Strangely enough, at first it seemed linear to me.

I don't know how I had that impression. The way this scent changes with time is a big part of what I like about it.

The actual accord is difficult to describe. But, for me, it definitely conjures boardwalk/twilight imagery.

This is one I'll always have in the collection.

I do think the projection/longevity could be better, but I just go a bit heavy with the sprays.

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