potent but not special
West Broadway is at first very astringent but soon mellows down to a rich sweet floral. After an hour on my skin incense kicks in. From then on it develops a sweet powdery accord and remains fairly sweet and linear BUT lasts for good 10 hours. After 3 hours WB doesn't project that much but if you like this kind of perfumes this will delight you because it lingers on for so long. Unfortunately for me it didn't work as the most interesting part was the incense phase but then the overall floral sweet theme was too much. WB by Bond no.9 is definitely a well made eau de parfum with the quality and longevity an eau de parfum ought to have but few do.
Pros: extraordinary longevity
Cons: nothing special
Is this the unsung Hero by Bond no 9? Maybe...
This scent is totally unique as it provides an unusual blend of citrus notes with possibly incense, cannabis and musk...
Very different from everything else I have tried before...
I would recommend using it in spring/summer as the scent is a bit on the light side; although it does last a good while.
Big thumbs up...!
Absolutely beautiful and sexy perfume. I have tried hard and this perfume is the winner of collecting complements from men (none from ladies). I do not smell any lime, no crisp green notes either. Some Lilies, and a lot of Roses, sweet summer roses from Greece or Italy. Vanilla is added just to make men crazy, it is the vanilla used for Chanel 5. No hesitation there, it is a celebration of love, desire and lust. It stays on for a long time, and musk just gives it a modern twist.
Sweet, sweet, sweet floral, as inviting as warm sun in a beautiful wooded surrounding. I love West Broadway. The scent is similar to a Trapp candle I once smelled, Scent #1 Summer Flowers, and the fragrance wears beautifully. The lime at the opening moves quick and the scent residing in the center is lush and romantic. This is one of the better Bond scents because of the seamless blending and longevity.
This seems repugnant in the way that Cartier's Declaration is a little bit like body odor. Declaration didn't come across like that but West Broadway makes me reevaluate Declaration now. This mix of fruits and musks don't give me a good impression of a good perfume. A fruity musky wood that just doesn't sit well for me.