Scent Name: Flowerbomb
Manufacturer: VIKTOR & ROLF
Scent Description and Notes: “This floral explosion releases a profusion of flowers that has the power to make everything seem more positive. Magically evocative notes immediately awaken your deepest senses, giving you the impression of living life in your own secret garden, away from reality. Sambac jasmine, centifolia rose, cattleya orchid, and ballerina freesia bloom on a base of patchouli.
Sambac Jasmine, Centifolia Rose, Cattleya Orchid, Ballerina Freesia, Patchouli.
Oriental. Gourmand. Floral..” -Sephora.com
Perfume Oil Color: Slightly rose-colored.
Bottle Design and Artwork: I have the mini-bottle, which features the grenade-shaped glass with a silver cap and small black font featuring the name of the company and the scent on one square of the grenade shape.
- ITB: It’s dainty, light, and jubilant. It’s certainly the lightly sweet rose with the orchid and the subtle sambac underneath. Okay, so maybe it’s worth the hype.
- Wet: It’s so gorgeous – the floral smells lightly candied, like candied rose petals set in a Victorian parlor adored with jasmine-infused velvet couches. Wow.
- Dry: It’s lightly floral from the freesia, lightly, and a bit exotic and almost anise-like from the sambac and the orchid. This is really a lovely scent and certainly does live up to the scent. Wit that being said, I’m promptly adding a large bottle to my wishlist.