Blooming Dream Jasz EDP Natural Perfume Review

Blooming Dream Jasz

Blooming Dream is a Portland-based natural perfume line created by a garden designer. As you can imagine, the natural beauty of plants have really influenced this line.

The opening of Jasz is tart. It’s like freshly grated ginger and Lemonheads. It’s bright and reminds me of the color yellow. The citrus “brightness” in this persists much longer than I had anticipated (about 30 minutes). It bridges into a greener heart with spices. On a warm day, the jasmine will bloom – reminding me more of a spicy “green” lily than an indolic jasmine. The dry-down is a clean “green” with a sharp, refreshing cedar.

Jasz is a nice alternative to “classic” eau de colognes. It has all of that freshness but actually lasts on the skin for longer than two minutes.

Rochelle Hudson

Notes listed include jasmine, cedarwood, lemon verbena, clove and ginger. PERFUMER – Suzinn Weiss

Give Jasz a try if you like fresh, “bright” scents. Or if you like perfumes like Vero Profumo Mito, Annick Goutal Mandragore, Lostmarch Din Dan, L’Occitane Citrus Verbena and/or Guerlain Eau de Fleurs Cedrat. Jasz is unisex.

Projection is average. Longevity is below average but lasts longer than most “citrus heavy” perfumes. I’m really impressed with how “non-greasy” this perfume oil feels!

The 1/3 oz perfume oil roll-on retails for $38 at Blooming Dreams. A smaller size and samples are also available for purchase.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONA bright, “fresh” ginger lemon. If you’re a fan of natural perfumes, this is a line you should check out.

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

7 thoughts on “Blooming Dream Jasz EDP Natural Perfume Review

  1. This review reminds me, I recently finished off my bottle of Blooming Dream’s “Blackbird Vert” and I loved it, so I need to get another…

  2. Dear Victoria, thanks so much for the nice review! Jasz was one of my first scents and I still love it! Also, thanks to Lani for the the Blackbird Vert shout out. My 90 year old aunt (who is still very “with it”) just bought a bottle of that and also loves because it’s the “opposite of old”. 🙂

    1. You’re aunt is great. That’s like my 80 year old grandma telling me what is in fashion because she reads fashion/style blogs!

  3. i’m not normally a big oil base fan, but the nod to fleurs de cedrat- combined with a strong desire to promote and support natural perfumers has got it on my list!

    1. Blooming Dreams also has EDPs but some of the scents are only available in oil bases. You can sample the EDPs first, they’re good too. I’m not usually a fan of oils but these have a good texture and actually last on my skin longer than an hour!

      AND BD tinctures a lot of their stuff which I think is really cool.

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