Blooming Dream Quattro EDP Natural Perfume Oil Review

Blooming Dream Quattro perfume

Aren’t we all sick of winter? Well, let’s try to break out of this winter funk with “green” perfumes that bring to mind spring buds and summer sunshine.

Blooming Dream Quattro opens as fresh and sharp like lemon and pine. If you grew up in a home that used Pine-Sol, you’re going to think this one smells really clean! Instead of household chores, I’m reminded of old school masculine fragrances from the 1950’s. It’s lemon, pine and spicy black pepper. If it were a color, it’d be a bright chartreuse. The dry-down is a crisp sandalwood and black pepper. If I had to use only one word to describe Quattro, I’d say “zesty”.

Harry Belafonte and daughter

Notes listed include juniper, black pepper, sage, sandalwood and ambrette. PERFUMER – Suzinn Weiss

Give Quattro a try if you like zesty, fresh scents. Or if you like perfumes like LUSH Dear John, Penhaligon’s Extract of Limes or Blenheim Bouquet, Geo F. Trumper Extract of Limes, Dior La Collection Granville and/or Pino Silvestre. 

It’s a natural perfume so projection and longevity are below average. But, it’s easy to travel with so touch-ups aren’t such a big deal.

Quattro comes in a few sizes with the 5ml retailing for $26 at Blooming Dream. Samples are also available for purchase.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONA bright aromatic lime with black pepper. If you like bright green and “zesty” scents or even old-school aromatics, this is one to try.

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*Disclaimer – Sample provided by the brand. I am not financially compensated for my reviews. My opinions are my own. Product pic from the brand. Harry Belafonte and his daughter Shari from

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