Room 1015 Blomma Cult – Eau de Parfum
Room 1015 Blomma Cult – Eau de Parfum
Room 1015 Blomma Cult – Eau de Parfum

“Blomma Cult is a floral, sensual and slightly oriental fragrance built around patchouli with notes of lilac and violet. A flower power perfume as an olfactory perception of the 1960’s and 1970’s counterculture movement with the sexual liberation and the rise of the hippie culture.” Dr. Mike (Room 1015 Founder)

Perfumer: Anne-Sophie Behaghel

Made in: France

Packaging: Glass bottle with atomizer

Ingredients: Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Alpha-isomethyl ionone, Benzyl Benzoate, Cinnamal, Citral, Citronellol, Coumarin, Eugenol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.

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Room 1015
Blomma Cult – Eau de Parfum – 100ml

Eau de Parfum
€139.00 * / 0.1 l
(€1,390.00 / 1 l)

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

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  • Less waste
  • Vegan
  • Travel-size

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Blomma Cult – Eau de Parfum – 10ml
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Blomma Cult – Eau de Parfum – Sample

Blomma Cult - Eau de Parfum by Room 1015 smells like Blomma, bloom, BOOM... Explosion! Pandemonium! Beneath long hair, open minds stir up the sexual revolution. Morals are liberated and the flesh is emancipated. Free love blossoms in the air. A provocative scent wafts from bared napes. It whispers sweet nothings like a Violet and barely covers frolicking Vanilla and Cinnamon in Cashmeran. Then, a boldly naked Patchouli arrives on the scene with a crash. Its hardcore tones throw the Musks and their caresses to the ground in a white powder splash.

Top Notes: Bergamot, Lilac
Heart Notes: Cashmeran, Patchouli, Violet
Base Notes: Cinnamon, Vanilla, White Musks

Room 1015
Room 1015
Gegründet: 2015
Herkunft: France

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