I just have a difficult time accepting this as BOND's "new" fragrance; it smells way too generic. It also is a near-clone to Astor Place. I also recall this being THE MOST advertised and media-touted fragrance by BOND in a long time. Pleasant as springtime wear, yet it veers toward the feminine end of the "unisex" spectrum. As for the "rhubarb": Don't get your hopes up. It's nothing to get overly excited about. Bottom line: BOND No.9's latest showcasing of high-end mediocrity.