Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Victor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Perfume

Victor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Perfume

Victor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Perfume

Victor&Rolf launched their first perfume, Flowerbomb, in 2005 and this Spring, they have released Flowerbomb Bloom, an updated version of the iconic fragrance. It has blossomed and there is finally a “new chapter” of the Flowerbomb story.

Victor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Perfume

Not straying too far from the original design, the new fragrance has been refreshed with a slightly elongated diamond grenade bottle design. 

Best described as floriental (a word that has popped up quite a lot recently), Victor&Rolf’s Flowerbomb Bloom has top notes of pomegranate accord, bergamot, and mandarin oils. The middle notes carries the same as the original Flowerbomb - fans may recognise the bouquet of floral notes including Centifolia rose, Sambac jasmine, India osmanthus and Cattleya Orchid. With a base of musk, vanilla, and patchouli.

Victor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Perfume
Victor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Perfume

The first notes are definitely a soft but sparkling fresh citrus followed quickly by a flirty, powdery floral scent sweetened by the musk and vanilla.

It’s a stunning and extremely feminine perfume, it’s right up my street! It’s fresh, breezy, delicate, and totally perfect for Spring!

Victor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Perfume

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  1. I am in love with this new release from Viktor & Rolf. I am a huge fan of the original & I like that this is a more Spring appropriate offering. It is fresh & floral but those musky notes are what I love most!
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  2. I love the original so I bet this smells beautiful with some vanilla! Danielle || Miss Danielle

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