“This is perfume, not hot dog.” An article on Coney Island in New York Times
According to the article, Breathing in Coney Island, at Just $178 a Bottle, by Anthony Ramirez, the perfumer, Richard Herpin, was chosen for the project (undoubtedly among other deciding factors) because he once gave out as a party favor a fragrance that smelled like margarita mix. The article states that
Ms. Rahme’s expectations for “Coney Island” are modest, perhaps 10,000 bottles sold in the first year. Her best seller is “Scent of Peace,” which has about $2 million in wholesale revenue a year in various sizes, followed by “Chinatown,” and “Wall Street.”
You can read the whole text on nytimes.com.