The company say:

Sutton Place, Bond No. 9’s classically masculine newest scent, celebrates that quiet, serene, understated enclave that serves as home to the traditionally male cadre of U.N. diplomats.


Sutton Place fragrance notes

  • Head

    • bergamot, absolute cassis, rosemary, cumin
  • Heart

    • lavender, geranium, jasmine, coriander
  • Base

    • amber, patchouli, musk, leather, incense

Latest Reviews of Sutton Place

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This one is VERY generic and retro. It's like a blending of Safari and ILNY For Him -- in essence, Bond's answer to Safari. I'm on the first wearing and suspect the longevity will be amazing.
9th May 2020
Smells kind of generic. Smelled this once or twice before. The price isn't doing Sutton Place any justice as well. Don't get me wrong, it's a decent fragrance, it's just not worth the price.

Now back to the fragrance. Lavender and patchouli mixed with a dose of leather. I think the Jasmine note was a deal-breaker for me. Just didn't blend in well with the other notes.
17th July 2018

This reminds me of what CK Escape used to be; a decent fresh, synthetic and fruity scent that's easy to wear and get noticed. There are some similar notes, but having smelled the current Escape recently, this comparison is probably more my nostalgic memories than accurate. That said, I do like Sutton Place.

It projects decently and becomes more of a florally-amber scent as it transitions into the basenotes.
5th March 2017
Beautiful lavender scent, mixed with notes of rosemary and jasmine. After it dry's up, amber and leather set's in. Really nice and pleasant, unfortunately on my skin, there is absolutely no sillage whatsoever and after an hour it just becomes a skin scent, which for a $350 fragrance is unacceptable, but after a year after it's release, the online wholesalers brought the price down into the low $100's which made a huge difference and my wife says that she can smell it after 8 hours of wearing it, so test it before you buy. I changed my review to thumbs up.
1st January 2017