A grassy bergamot gives a green freshness to the beginning and makes for a pleasant and summery opening. There are aldehydic and ozonic notes in the background. In the drydown floral notes, mainly tulip with a dash of rose. Later in the base an oakwood notes is overshadowed by a musky component. The top notes are very nice, but after that a generic designer feel at a mediocre level prevails. Good silage and projection with five hours of longevity on my skin. Soft, gentle and nothing exciting in spite of a great underlying concept.
To each his or her own. I enjoy this tremendously. Whenever I wear High Line I never fail to get lots of compliments. They are great compliments too, not the "Your perfume smells good." but "You smell fantastic!"
I do see the shampoo reference but I find it fleeting and not one that I mind too terribly.
Excellent Spring or warm weather scent, not overly green or overly floral….it's just right.
A very floral aquatic. Someone else hit the nail on the head...Smells like a floral shampoo. I don't dislike it, but there is no way I would spend $200 for something I can get in a bottle from WalMart and wash my hair with...for 99 cents.
I'm sorry but this is almost offensively bad. The worst Bond I've ever tried. I was hoping for something resembling cut green grass from the bottle but all this is is low quality, sticky, cloying shampoo? I'm also horrified that this is marketed as unisex
It's on the feminine side of unisex. Smells like herbal shampoo, transmogrified into a strong perfume. Not a terrible scent, but certainly not bottle worthy (especially for the price).