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Harrods Rose (2010)
by Bond No. 9 for Harrods


Harrods Rose information

Year of Launch2010
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 11 votes)

People and companies

HouseBond No. 9
Created ForHarrods
Parent CompanyLaurice & Co

About Harrods Rose

Harrods Rose is a feminine perfume by Bond No. 9. The scent was launched in 2010

Harrods Rose fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Harrods Rose

What sets HARRODS ROSE apart from the crowd is the hefty dose of ambrette, which to my nose actually ends up making this more of an ambrette than a floral perfume. There is an exotic feeling here, rather oriental, but not in any of the usual ways. No patchouli, no vanilla, no incense/oud, no culinary spices. What's more, to me this composition is not sweet at all. I detect no fruits whatsoever, just a huge helping of ambrette, along with a lovely bouquet of narcissus, rose, and tuberose. To my nose, the narcissus is by far the most dominant of the three floral notes.

I happen to love ambrette. Small wonder, then, that I love HARRODS ROSE! Although this comes in a gold-streaked light pink bottle and is marketed to women, my suspicion is that there are some gents out there who would appreciate this not-so-pink perfume very much. This is probably another case where the name builds up expectations, and people quite reasonably assume, "Oh, another rose perfume: pass." In fact, HARRODS ROSE is not a rose perfume--it's a hidden treasure!
06th November, 2011
A nice fruity, floral, rose scent. Elegant for day, but not enough punch for night. I was surprised that it was not an opulent rose. Harrods is such an opulent store with oud incense burning at the shrine to the Egyptian, owner's son and Princess Diana. This scent is like a dainty, English tea party attended by women wearing pearls. Not my style, but I appreciate the loveliness. The musk and wood are very subtle and almost nonexistent on my skin. My skin destroys sweet florals, so it only lasted 3 hours.
16th February, 2011
Beautiful, refined, sweet and floral, feminine, distinguished and very distinctively from Bond no 9...

The initial spray is zesty fruity and guess that it must be due to white narcisse...very nice and pleasant and certainly different...then, I can detect tuberose heart notes, familiar from other Bonds...Harrods for her, Saks for her, Saks en rose; on this occasion the tuberose is lighter than in both Saks but very similar to Harrods for her..Dios mio!..I love this note,,,finally the musk, amber and cashmere base notes arrive slowly and they envelope you in a wonderful comfort zone of sheer luxury...

Another memorable beautiful experience from the NYC House...

Big thumbs up
01st October, 2010

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