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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb eau de parfum, EDP, features an explosion of notes of Sambac jasmine, osmanthus, freesia, and Centifolia rose on a patchouli background.  A walk in your own private flower garden.  Beautiful and freaky sweet in a grand subtle way.  

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  • Elizabeth McCarthy - 31st Jan 2014

    1
    An Unpleaasant Bouquet...

    ...of "Raid" insect spray and mass-marketed S'More-flavored white chocolate, not a scent I want to experience for long. I washed the sample away after only an hour or so, instead of allowing it to "set" and mature for a least four hours (my usual practice with any new perfume). It also carries the harsh overtones of whatever the fixative is that's being used in it.

  • Heather Wood - 28th Nov 2012

    5
    Far more than sweet

    Generally I hate sweet perfumes, so I can't say why this one is one of my favorite scents. It may be that the patchouli is more prominent on my skin than on others, but I find it ripe and rounded, beautifully constructed, and firmly grounded on a base of earth. I also note that, while my husband enjoys all my perfume experiments, it's only when I'm wearing Flowerbomb that he actually follows me around the house sniffing. There are rarer and more sophisticated perfumes, but there no perfumes more purely pretty than this one.

2 Reviews

  • Elizabeth McCarthy - 31st Jan 2014

    1
    An Unpleaasant Bouquet...

    ...of "Raid" insect spray and mass-marketed S'More-flavored white chocolate, not a scent I want to experience for long. I washed the sample away after only an hour or so, instead of allowing it to "set" and mature for a least four hours (my usual practice with any new perfume). It also carries the harsh overtones of whatever the fixative is that's being used in it.

  • Heather Wood - 28th Nov 2012

    5
    Far more than sweet

    Generally I hate sweet perfumes, so I can't say why this one is one of my favorite scents. It may be that the patchouli is more prominent on my skin than on others, but I find it ripe and rounded, beautifully constructed, and firmly grounded on a base of earth. I also note that, while my husband enjoys all my perfume experiments, it's only when I'm wearing Flowerbomb that he actually follows me around the house sniffing. There are rarer and more sophisticated perfumes, but there no perfumes more purely pretty than this one.

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