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The Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb fragrance has been a consistently great seller since it was first introduced in 2005. This article outlines the distinctions between the several iterations of Flowerbomb, as well as the distinctive aromas associated with each one, which has been produced over the years.
Flowerbomb Perfume is a bomb of a fragrance in every sense of the word. The long-lasting power and impressive projection of Flowerbomb never cease to amaze and delight me. It is, without a doubt, one of the most potent popular designer perfumes that are now available on the market.
Flowerbomb is a powerfully feminine fragrance that is based on Patchouli. Patchouli is complemented by a variety of other lovely perfume notes, including Orchid, Rose, Jasmine, Osmanthus, Tea, and African Orange Flower, which, when combined, produce Flowerbomb’s one-of-a-kind characteristic aroma.
The price you pay for Flowerbomb is very reasonable. When I wear it, I am continuously showered with praise, and I am confident that I can rely on it to hold up over time.
We are going to talk about a variety of Flowerbomb perfumes in this article.
#1. Flowerbomb Ruby Orchid
Flowerbomb Ruby Orchid will be available for the first time in the year 2022. The eye-catching and lively bright pink bottle is a delight to use.
The aroma is not at all like the one produced by the original Flowerbomb. Flowerbomb Ruby Orchid retains only the note of Orchid from the original perfume, Patchouli, rather than the floral bouquet that Patchouli is known for.
The Orchid is complemented by Vanilla Bean, and there is also a hint of juicy Peach. Because of these additions, Flowerbomb Ruby Orchid is sweeter than Flowerbomb, despite the fact that it maintains the feeling that is characteristic of Flowerbomb Orchid.
#2. Flowerbomb Midnight
This is a delicious berry explosion, and it’s called Flowerbomb Midnight. A robust and juicy blackcurrant aroma can be picked up almost immediately after the first few minutes have passed.
Because of the combination of the blackcurrant and the peony note, which is one of my very favorite combinations of scent notes, the perfume has a feeling that is both fresh and fruity while also having a hint of sexiness, which warrants the moniker “midnight.”
After the Blackcurrant note that is present at the beginning of Flowerbomb Midnight, the recognizable aroma of Flowerbomb comes through. The floral heart of this distinctive fragrance is enhanced with a Night Blooming Jasmine, which lends an air of intrigue to the floral bouquet as a whole.
#3. Flowerbomb Dew
In comparison to the original Flowerbomb perfume, the Flowerbomb Dew is noticeably less intense and more delicate. In spite of the fact that it is an Eau de Parfum, I do not find it to be as potent as Flowerbomb.
The name alludes to the presence of a dewy note, which, when blended with pear, results in an opening that is delicate and has a touch of the aquatic.
The smell of Flowerbomb Dew, which features notes such as iris, musk, cashmere, heliotrope, rose, and musk mallow, is softer and more powdery than the original Flowerbomb fragrance. It also has a more subtle and ‘close’ quality than the original.
#4. Flowerbomb Nectar
The smell known as Flowerbomb Nectar is a really intriguing one. The inclusion of gunpowder in Flowerbomb Nectar is relatively uncommon, which, in my opinion, makes the perfume a lot of fun to put on and gives it an authentically “firework” vibe.
Osmanthus and Orange Blossom are mixed with a fruity Cassis note and the distinctive Flowerbomb flowery heart to produce a perfume that is bold, long-lasting, and contemporary. Some of my favorite perfume notes are included in the floral heart.
Patchouli, Vanilla, and Tonka Bean, which are all found in the base, combine to produce a warm undertone that has a hint of sweetness.
Flowerbomb Nectar has incredible staying power, and if you’re a fan of the original, you should absolutely try out this new version.
#5. Flowerbomb In The Sky
The other perfumes in the Flowerbomb line are not at all like Flowerbomb In the Sky, which is entirely unique.
In spite of the fact that it is classified as an Eau de Parfum, this citrusy fragrance is light and wears like an Eau de Toilette.
I’m not getting the signature floral orchid DNA that Flowerbomb is known for. Instead, the perfume is dominated by citrus notes, specifically mandarin orange, grapefruit, and bergamot, with only a hint of floral background notes.
The effect of Flowerbomb in the Sky on my skin lasted for no more than a few minutes.
#6. Flowerbomb Bloom
Flowerbomb Bloom is a lighter and more uplifting take on the original fragrance. I would highly recommend Flowerbomb perfume to anyone who finds that Flowerbomb is a bit too potent for them. [Case in point:] [C]ompanies like Google and Facebook.
The primary aroma is the Flowerbomb DNA characteristic perfume, but this is joined with a hint of clean mountain air, which tones down the potency of the overall scent.
This change to the notes does not have an effect on how long the fragrance lasts; nonetheless, the Flowerbomb perfume that lingers is a more modern interpretation of the original.
#7. Flowerbomb Eau De Toilette
Flowerbomb Bloom is the successor to the previous fragrance known as Flowerbomb Eau de Toilette. In addition to this, it lends the characteristic Flowerbomb aroma an airier and more reviving quality.
The opening is given a juicy and fresh quality thanks to the inclusion of an orange citrus note, which is then followed by the same Flowerbomb perfume as the original.
The performance is still excellent despite the fact that this is an Eau de Toilette, and it can linger for a significant number of hours.
User experience in its entirety with the Flowerbomb perfume
For quite some time, one of my go-to fragrances has been the Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb perfume. I’m a big fan, and even if I run out of my regular supply, I’ll always give it a brief spritz in the perfume section of the store to remind myself how much I adore it, even after I’ve gone out of my usual supply. When I heard about the signature scent Flowerbomb Bloom, I knew that I would have to try it as well. I have gone through more bottles of the original than I like to admit, so when I heard about the new scent, I knew that I would have to try it.
Bloom is meant to be the next step in the story, and it has been described as being the next generation of Flowerbomb.
Flowerbomb, by the way, was the first scent that Viktor & Rolf ever made, and it was developed ten years ago. This made it clear to me straight away that it would still be similar to the aspects of the original that I adore, but it would also have a fresh take on what it was initially about.
A modern take on an old favorite, in a manner of speaking. Flowerbomb is a flowery fragrance that has musk and a high-intensity level, both of which are characteristics that are uncommon in floral scents.
These are two of the qualities that appeal to me most about the fragrance. Therefore, it successfully combines two of my favorite scent factors in a perfume, which isn’t as easy as you’d think, and it’s one of the reasons that Flowerbomb perfume will forever be one of my fail-safe fragrances.
The other reason is that it successfully combines two of my favorite scent factors in a bouquet, which isn’t as easy as you’d think.
In light of the fact that I am a dedicated Flowerbomb customer, I went into my first experience with Flowerbomb perfume with great expectations and genuine enthusiasm.
The fact that the new bottle and box are essentially the same as the old one in terms of their packaging is something that I find to be quite appealing. Keeping things remarkably similar yet adding a twist. I can pick up on the nuance of that.
The actual odor, though, is where things become interesting. Once more, it has a fruity flavor – hurrah! It’s got some significant floral notes all the way through, which produces a freshness that makes trying this in the spring the perfect time to do so because it’s beautiful for the season.
It isn’t overly heavy, but due to the floral undertones, it comes across as highly girly and feminine. I would even go so far as to say that it’s one of the girliest scents I’ve tried in a while, and I really adore it! The top notes consist of pomegranate, bergamot, and mandarin oils.
Peony and jasmine make up the heart, and vanilla and patchouli make up the base. That is to say that it actually possesses a floral quality all the way through. It has the fresh, clean aroma of springtime.
If I’m looking for a new perfume and I notice notes of vanilla and patchouli, I know it’s going to be a winner for me. Both of those scents include a hint of musk, which is a note that I adore in a fragrance, and they make the smell more complex.
In this particular instance, it lends a sense of depth to a scent that is predominately flowery, making it smell just a tad bit more sumptuous and decadent – without being overpowering.
In conjunction with this, the sweeter notes give the fragrance a tremendous kick that smells like… *gets in a bit of closer*. Sweets! It’s impossible to find a perfume that’s more girly and feminine than this one because whenever I wear it, all I can think about are the sweets and flowers of spring. The fact that it is uplifting and invigorating, with floral undertones that make it ideal for spring and summer, and that its aroma is of such excellent quality and potency that it does not fade or diminish over time is a bonus. This brings me to another point that is really significant for me when selecting a fragrance:
In my opinion, the most significant distinction between Flowerbomb and Flowerbomb Bloom is that the former blends musk and floral undertones, while the latter combines floral and sugary undertones.
Creating the impression that it is the more youthful sibling of the two. Both have a wonderful aroma that is wholly alluring and cannot be improved upon in any way.
It is safe to say that Flowerbomb Blook has lived up to the reputation that was established for it by its older sister, and it does a terrific job of standing on its own two feet with a beautiful perfume that is quite wearable. Flowerbomb Bloom is available in sizes of 30ml, 50ml, and 100ml.
Viktor & Rolf made it abundantly clear from the outset that they were not looking for an unusual or edgy scent in keeping with their design aesthetic, and they were successful in creating an easy-to-wear perfume that is likely to have widespread appeal to fans of sweet florientals.
Viktor & Rolf’s fragrance is called Flowerbomb perfume, and it was launched in 2014. Nearly every review of Flowerbomb that I have read references another perfume or cologne that smells identical to Flowerbomb, which may not come as much of a surprise. Flowerbomb is a scent that is noticeably more subdued and well-mannered brand.
What does Flowerbomb perfume smell like?
I’m sure you’ve noticed that I’ve been posting a lot about the Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb fragrance on Instagram as of late since I just can’t get enough of the fresh, summery perfume right now. It is very literally a flowery explosion, and it is not at all like the floral aroma that you may find lingering around your grandmother’s house.
How long-lasting is the Flowerbomb perfume?
Flowerbomb is a high-end perfume that outlasts any of the celebrity or department store fragrances I’ve tried. I can put this on in the morning before I go to work, and it will still have a scent in the afternoon.
If you are going to be heading out or to an event after work, it is highly recommended that you reapply it so that it will be more effective throughout the evening.
What kind of occasion does it work best for?
This is such a comfortable piece for me to wear during the day! Even though it has a hint of vanilla, it has a really fresh aroma that is perfect for wearing during the daytime.
It has a lovely scent for evenings. Because it is such a versatile scent, you could nearly wear it whenever the mood strikes you. It strikes me as something that would be at its most lovely during an afternoon wedding in a garden or during a quiet evening spent with a special someone.
How about the bottle?
This is the thing that drew my attention right away! The bottle looks stunning atop my chest of drawers where it is displayed. The geometric pear form has a simple and simplistic Flowerbomb label and a little circular black V&R tag.
Together, they create a lovely effect when they collect light. In contrast to the typical Flowerbomb, this one has a stunningly gorgeous festive flower adornment that is done in a metallic way. I am also able to spray the fragrance while the blossom is still attached.