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I have a new found love with the tuberose flower thanks to MOON BLOOM by Hiram Green.
Tuberose wasn't quite the scent I enjoyed as a young girl. I felt it was too old for me. I remember older members of the church always wore tuberose and tea rose fragrances. Too me it was a toss up of which one smelled the worse, but I am so happy to have discovered MOON BLOOM.
It is a soft and yet crisp scent that is clean and creamy. The warm scent gathers around with the aroma that stays still and comforting.
MOON BLOOM is 100% natural which makes it so unique. I have smelled within the last year tuberose laced fragrances but it screamed, synthetic.
Mr. Green, founder of Scent Systems in London. A most prestigious perfumery of niche scents discovered that some of the finer fragrances on the market were created with synthetics.
So, he looked for other ways of creating fragrances the all-natural way and he has taken the world by storm with MOON BLOOM.
MOON BLOOM is composed of absolutes which makes all the difference from other fragrance oil perfumes.
An absolute is as true as picking the plant from its roots. It is the extract of that plant that gives it that natural scent that I enjoy having in a fragrance.
MOON BLOOM gave me visions of the tropics with sweet smelling sandy beaches covered with coconuts.
There was almost like a banana-like scent that I smelled after the dry-down.
Hiram Green is the nose behind the name and I look for more wonderful fragrances. For this to be his first signature scent, truly tells me that Mr. Green is taking niche perfumery to a much more higher level than I ever anticipated.
Notes: tuberose absolute, jasmine absolute, ylang ylang, coconut, leafy green, spices and resins.
MOON BLOOM is an Eau de Parfum and available for 135 Euros for a 50ml with a classic pump atomizer and 5ml travel atomizer refillable for 25 Euros.
Photos: Courtesy of Hiram Green.
Thank you Mr. Green for providing the sample for review. -Felicia M. Hazzard, Editor-in-Chief