Blooming Dream Drunken Flowers EDP Natural Perfume

Blooming Dream Drunken Flowers

Hey, even flowers want to have a good time! Blooming Dream shows us that flowers are loving, fun drunks and not the mean, start-a-fight drunks.

With a name like Drunken Flowers it shouldn’t come as a surprise that this smells boozy. It opens as a golden citrus cocktail. It reminds me of a boozy creamsicle (orange and vanilla) with spicy cardamom. The heart is a boozy, sweet floral – like orange blossoms and cognac. Yes, drunken flowers. Drunken Flowers dries down to a creamy sandalwood and maple syrup.

Debra Paget

Notes listed include blood orange, jasmine, rose, cognac and philadelphus. PERFUMER – Suzinn Weiss

Give Drunken Flowers a try if you are looking for a boozy, creamy floral. Or if you like perfumes like Escentual Alchemy Orange Cream, Smell Bent Sunshine, Sarah Horowitz Perfect Vanilla, Providence Perfume Co. Samarinda and/or DSH Perfumes Nourouz. Drunken Flowers is unisex in my opinion. It does smell “natural” so I do recommend it to those that appreciate natural compositions.

Projection is below average and longevity is average.

Drunken Flowers comes in two sizes 1/2 oz and 1 oz with prices ranging from $45-$85 at Blooming Dream. Samples are also available for purchase.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONSweet, boozy floral. The something “maple”-ish in this gets to me but I also know that notes like this bother me but also have a fan club. Worth trying if you like boozy and sweet.

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*Disclaimer – Sample provided by Blooming Dream. I am not financially compensated for this review. My opinions are my own. Product pic from Blooming Dream. Debra Paget pic from

12 thoughts on “Blooming Dream Drunken Flowers EDP Natural Perfume

  1. Ooh, I am intrigued! This sounds really fun and interesting, and I’ve never heard of this line before. Thanks for the review!

  2. I’m lucky enough to live near Suzinn and this was one of the first from her line that I fell for. I don’t get maple in it, thankfully, but I get plenty of booze!

    1. I really like what Suzinn is doing. I highly recommend the line to anyone that likes perfume but especially to anyone that likes naturals.

      I think I’m hyper-sensitive to maple. I’d never make it in Canada 😉

  3. I have a mental picture of Fantasia in mind. Maybe a cross between the waltz of the flowers and pink hippos in tutus. Like to try it. I have Smell Bents Sunshine so probably wouldn’t need this, but still sounds fun and is a good price point.

    1. I feel I’m one of the few people that can say that I watched Fantasia sober…yeah, I was 8 but whatever. 🙂 I do remember the pink hippos in tutus…in all my states.

      I have Sunshine too and it keeps me from owning a few other things like that. I mean, I probably need one creamy citrus (since I don’t wear it that often). Blooming Dream’s strengths are with “green” IMO. She can make me wear the most crisp green things ever and love it. (Usually aggressively green is hard for me).

      1. No.. I’ve seen it “sober ” a few times. I do wonder about the authors of the film though. When I was in my early teens I saw “2001” 13 times in one summer sober also. Can’t say that about the rest of the audience. The only movie that I saw that I remember seeing in a less than sober state was “Fear and Loathing in Los Vegas”. I’m sure Hunter would approve.

  4. Thanks so much for the fun review and comments! I always appreciate any feedback. Each nose is unique and I find it interesting how people smell. Just like viewing a painting, everyone has a different experience.
    I created Blooming Dream to explore my botanical journey which is always changing like the seasons.

    1. That’s why I love talking about fragrance! I love to hear everyone’s perspective. There is no right or wrong! It’s all interpretation over a very ephemeral medium. I love it.

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