Amazing Tuberose Ode
It is no longer surprising that the most interesting creations are recently out of small perfumers, overall people passionate about this art and in many cases people who already know the industry and know that today it has little room for art for the art, for quality geared more for the price in the formula than to the story and presentation itself. There is still some prejudice against these people, who are sometimes seen as amateur even knowing what they are doing.
For those who risk and invest in this market,it find surprises as the fantastic Moon Bloom of Hiram Green. Hiram after a having a perfumery decided to invest in a brand of natural perfumes and only after a long time of studies and experiments decided to launch his first perfume.
And if we can say that his first is indicative of what is to come, the future is promising. Moon Bloom is a beautiful ode to one of the most sensual , noble and expensive flowers in perfume, tuberose. Most of commercial launches of tuberose is synthetic, since the price of their absolute, even in small quantities, already bursting the budget of a commercial perfume, Moon Bloom uses elegantly and without reservation the night and dense scent of tuberose, mixing it to ylang, jasmine, spices, green notes, coconut and resin.
The first moments in the skin make me think of Moon Bloom as a natural and less stark version of sensual perfumes of the 80s Your scent somehow brings me to Byzance Rochas , and also with a white floral and fruity aroma that brings me to a delicious gardenia accord. Moon dance between these different Bloom white flowers, as if their scent got mixed in the air. Sometimes you smell tuberose, sometimes ylang with a hint of coconut, another time is the sweetest fruity aroma of jasmine and gardenia and there is still room for what seems to me a mixture of green notes and orange blossom. It is such a rich experience you can understand the intoxicating and sensual power of these white flowers.
Mixed them I feel spicy touches, that I also seem floral, something like carnation flowers perhaps. They are not as evident, but they are there and make the experience richer in detail. This floral moment lasts well, but as a natural perfume, its intensity is in the first hour and then it becomes more close to the skin, so a lasting 6-8 hours. Gradually it gets a touch discreet resin, something kind incensed, subtly sweet. I even realize at that stage some flower traces, maybe orange or jasmine, because of the delicate floral aroma with a hint of grape that blends to the resinous scent.
Moon Bloom is not a perfume for everyone. But that's how the market should work. We often have creations for everyone, but nothing that really touch us, that stir the imagination, you have the feeling of living an olfactory experience that is worth, that is rich. It is an example for me, like many others I evaluated recently of what money can buy when it is well spent.