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New York Oud (2011)
by Bond No. 9


New York Oud information

Year of Launch2011
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 98 votes)

People and companies

HouseBond No. 9
Parent CompanyLaurice & Co

About New York Oud

New York Oud is a shared / unisex perfume by Bond No. 9. The scent was launched in 2011

New York Oud fragrance notes

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  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of New York Oud

An intense, rose-dominant scent that has a metallic, harsh quality to it that must be the oud in the opening. Later on, it smooths out and isn't as harsh. Reminds me of a less dirty, more feminine Faquat Lil Rijal
by Rasasi.

This one is a heavy hitter right out of the gates and lasts all day, so go easy on the trigger.
05th April, 2017
A feminine-leaning rose with a strong, nose tickling, medicinal accent that I guess is the oud. No animalics. Could easily pass for a Montale fragrance. A bit boring.
03rd January, 2017
Wooow...I cant believe all the negative reviews on this one.Im loving it!!!
23rd November, 2016
Even though it involves some plum, rose, and saffron, the oud is front-and-center for the majority of the fragrance's life, and it's not very impressive at all. It smells simply of oud, but while it isn't cloying, it's not special or interesting in any way. There is an abundance of rose/oud fragrances, and many manage to be more agreeable and inviting than New York Oud, and at the same time go in more daring and interesting directions: consider Armani Prive Rose d'Arabie on the expensive side ($290 for 100ml), or 24 Platinum Oud on the more affordable side ($55-$65 for 100ml). It's difficult to fathom spending much money on New York Oud at all, whether coming from the perspective of a fan of the abovementioned rose oud fragrances or someone who enjoys a harsher, dirtier oud like Le Labo Oud 27. New York Oud seems to have been given a warm reception but I would wholly pass on this in favor of exploring other ouds out there. There's nothing overly bad about it; it's simply unremarkable in the world of ouds, or floral ouds.

6 out of 10
21st March, 2016
No oud least not enough for oud to be in the name. Listed as unisex but this is feminine. I imagined Bond No. 9 would do better than this but all you get is a fruity floral with some dirty musk and a hint of oud.

Not full bottle worthy and not worth the price. Could have been so much better.
25th February, 2016
Hard not to like Bond9 fragrances, but NY Oud isn't up to my expectations. While it's a nice scent, it wasn't what I want for the price. NY Oud opens with an oriental spiced rose with hints of the expected Oud lying underneath. While many Bond fragrances are unisex, this one seems to tilt heavily toward elderly feminine as the rose note conjures up grandma's face powder. As with all of the Bond fragrances, silage and longevity are incredible. I like Bond, but a better wood interpretation is in their NY Sandalwood. NY Oud is just too floral for my tastes.
30th September, 2015 (last edited: 06th October, 2015)

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