Blooming Dream is an all-natural line of perfumes based in Portland, Oregon. The perfumes are inspired by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with some of the perfumes’ ingredients coming from the perfumer’s own garden. It’s like “farm to vanity” perfumery.
I’m reviewing two of the perfumes that are available in the organic alcohol-based EDP Collection.
Herb Garden with notes of hidcote pink lavender (my favorite), mandarin, sunflower, mimosa, tarragon, ginger lily, olive, zdravets, saffron, vanilla, patchouli and bay. PERFUMER – Suzinn Weiss… Continue reading | 4 Comments
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… Continue reading | 2 Comments
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… Continue reading | 12 Comments
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… Continue reading | 7 Comments