Speed review: Chelsea Flowers (Bond No. 9)

This is a soapy, clean floral. It's not terribly realistic, but is fairly pretty. It reminds me a bit of the generic bouquets we used to make when I worked at a florist: ordinary flowers mixed in a fairly easy "recipe" that were pleasing but didn't make a statement. Even the bottle is a yawn.

Fragrance: Chelsea Flowers
House: Bond No. 9
Perfumer: Laurent Le Guernec
Notes: white peony, mimosa, French tulip, white hyacinth, magnolia, rose, musk, sandalwood, vetiver, tree moss
Released: 1999
Sample: PR sample

Final Word: I've already forgotten about it.

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