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Clean (as in Fresh Linen) Musks
Straightforward just-out-of-the-washing machine clean musk formula enhanced by bitter galbanum.
Coton Egyptien by Phaedon Paris
The Ultimate White Musks Blend
An homage to the historical animalic past of musks, the combination of the musk molecules in PG4.1 has been carefully adjusted to smell like warm skin. For added credibility (the smell of skin is a complex affair) there’s creamy ylang-ylang for depth, tonka for sweetness, rosemary for acidic nuance and ambergris for saltiness.
PG 4.1 Le Musc & La Peau by Parfumerie Générale by Pierre Guillaume
White Musks and Powdery Iris
A haze-over-a-pond illusion produced with white musks, heliotropin, aquatic nuances and fresh woody notes of iris, papyrus and lotus.
Dragonfly by Zoologist
White Musk and Powdery Iris II
Besos (Spanish for kisses) explores the eternal classic oriental powdery iris theme through the fresh prism of modern white musks.
Besos by CARNER
Black Musk (Real Civet)
One of the very few perfumes on the market containing real civet (one of the richest and intense materials out there). It was ethically sourced. MEM is an exercise in old school sensuality. The perfume’s warm sweet animalic drydown gradually reveals itself from behind a curtain of herbs, flowers and resins. Incredible longevity too, this is why the idea of musks was not abandoned altogether by scent masters but rather synthetic alternatives with comparable longevity and complexity have been developed.
MEM by Bogue Profumo
Black Musk (Animalis Base)
A bit of a retro affair with a number of vintage, rarely used molecules and bases including Animalis. This material gives PG3.1 a really suede like, soft leathery nuance almost as if the perfumer used deer musk (which is not in use anymore due ethical reasons and scarcity).
PG3.1 Arabian Horse by Parfumerie Générale by Pierre Guillaume
Black Musk (Natural Ambergris)
When you read/hear about ambergris you’d imagine it smells repulsive (a lump of fat excreted from whales intestines and which has spent some time in icy salty waters of Arctic or Antarctic). However, when in small quantities ambergris smell is very gentle, a bit like youthful skin at the end of the summer day and in perfumes it is usually imperceptible. What it does is adding volume and stillage (fragrant trail) to support to other materials. Even in this selection Onda has the most masterful, engaging and lingering trail when you wear it, all thanks to a tiny drop of real ambergris in the mix.
Onda Voile d'Extrait by .vero.profumo.
Adjust to Your Own Tastes
Play with musks your way: add white sparkly butterflies or go as dark as Cruella De Vil's heart in your own bespoke formula.
Voucher for Bespoke Perfume Mixing Workshop by Bloom Perfumery
Black Musk (Castoreum Replica)
An elegant classic leather, a touch smoky, a touch sweet and even though it’s only a replica of castoreum in the formula it still lends that typical depth of the aroma that an animalic musk would have added.
Beaver by Zoologist