Hiram Green Perfumes

Moon Bloom

Eau de Parfum

50ml $165
0.7ml sample $5

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I feel like I've been transported back to the 1850's in the old south. A real gentleman is sharply dressed and smells nice. This is a gentlemanly fragrance when worn by a man, but at the same time, a lovely sweet opening for a lady. It smells very clean and the opening is a tad bit sweeter than I would prefer, but I would consider adding this one to my collection. It's nice and friendly without being "over the top"
By   - Sales from Germantown on 7/3/2020
The opening is so pretty, but this dries down to rubber and Play-Doh on me. My signature fragrance is Carnal Flower, and I like that one for its humid, embracing essence. Moon Bloom stays a bit distant and shimmery on me instead of echoing how white flowers tend to fill up my lungs and stick to my skin and hair. It's the scent of the flower from far away, instead of being locked in a hothouse with them. The latter is more my style, although I do really really love this opening.
By   - Artist from NYC on 10/22/2019
This is the tuberose, white floral of my dreams. It blows Carnal Flower and Do Son out of the water, which is no mean feat. The use of natural, highest quality ingredients makes all the difference in the world. It's not ground breaking, nor complex. It's just simply gorgeous and the best tuberose and white floral perfume I have ever experienced. For what it is, it is perfection.
By   - Therapist from Plainsboro on 10/1/2019
After reading all the reviews online and seeing the notes I was expecting to love this. Expectations have a way of letting us down. I love all the notes in this I am a HEAVY floral lover so I’m not afraid of indoles or animalic florals. In fact I usually love them, but this has something very bitter that went straight to the back of my throat and turned my mouth to chalk. I think it must me something in the mysterious resins or spices that are unidentified that I must be sensitive to or I got a sample that turned. This is a definite “Nope” for me. I’m very glad I didn’t blind buy it.
By   - Medical Assistant from Wilmington on 6/20/2019
Exquisite, rich, haunting and beautiful, this is what happens when natural floral essences are allowed to completely occupy a perfume. Smells like glowing, surreal night blossoms... I picture the preternatural, saturated Southern colors of Gauguin. Or the Art Nouveau floral tangles of Georges Auriol. Narcotic tuberose blossoms set aglow with jasmine, neroli and ylang, with a coconut exoticism gently sweetening the mix. A rich, multifaceted experience that no synthetics can provide. Transporting and intoxicating, almost with a giddy, 1960's psychedelic trippiness, like the monde of the Beatles with the Maharishi in Rishikesh. Adore it and will be obtaining a full flacon.
By   - digital artist from boerne texas usa on 6/7/2019
I can’t believe it but this was a blind buy—I normally circulate and sniff before making any decisions but I had a gift card and went for it. I like this best when sprayed from the bottle (versus dabbing a sample from a sample vial of the liquid onto skin), I can much better capture the resins, the jasmine and earthiness of this lovely rich veil of a scent. A sample dab is too much plain Tuberose for me—a spray somehow has more depth and spiciness. It smells natural and a bit sweet but not too clean or sticky powdery, I’m very happy I took the plunge. This will be my winter shield and we’ll see how it is in warmer weather...
By   - Artist from NY on 1/15/2019
I just received the travel size of Moon Bloom today and have been wearing it for 2 hours. I spritzed on a small amount and it still smells beautifully potent, yet not heavy. I only use natural fragrances these days and the sillage and longevity is quite good. This is an elegant floral scent. It smells expensive to me. The spicy notes fade pretty quickly (to my chagrin). I typically prefer spicy woodsy scents, but decided to give this a go as I loved HG's Shangri-la when I tried it quite awhile back, and I wanted to try something outside my box. All in all, this is a high quality perfume, well-balanced like a lush garden in a bottle. Happy with this purchase.
By   - Psychotherapist from New York on 10/30/2018
Nothing unique, not lush or lavish, rather ordinary in my opinion. I bought it on the basis of the relatively good reviews however those who like it a lot must love Tuberose otherwise i see no reason why anyone would prefer this to many other superior products. The 3 star rating is just barely achieved
By   - Businessman  from St-Laurent on 8/29/2018
Lovely and sweet. It's not as long-lasting as others in the line, but really beautiful. On my skin, it's more jasmine and gardenias. Like a bloomng night garden with a light breeze.
By   - Student from Nashville on 3/10/2018
This is stunningly beautiful! Instant wow when I sprayed this. Rich and luxurious tuberose. Sweet and sensual. This feels high end, good quality, classical. I am impressed. This is my first time trying a Hiram Green perfume. Now I want to explore more. I got the 10 ml bottle which I greatly appreciate.
By   - Perfume lover from The Land of Love on 2/22/2018
A lovely light floral fragrance, however, I can see this being way too sweet for many. It is faintly reminiscent of Poison by Dior, that sadly maligned fragrance ruined by teenage girls dousing themselves in gallons. A light touch is best with this. Like other reviewers have noted, this is an indolic Tuberose. Slightly reminiscent of orange blossom in a very true way. (I grew up in Florida, where the fragrance of orange blossoms saturate the air.) Use with a light hand and expect to be draped in FLORAL. The silage is not very long, but that is to be expected with natural ingredients. Better to reapply lightly thrn douse.
By   - RN from Seattle on 12/10/2016
This is one of the most beautiful tuberose fragrances ever blended. It's right up there with RP Fracas, FM Carnal Flower, & SL Tubereuse Criminelle. Yes, it absolutely deserves its spot on the self among those greats. But just remember that this is an all natural fragrance & like other all natural fragrances, unless refrigerated it can turn quite quickly. So if you are a collector of fragrances with many bottles & countless samples & decants to rotate through, bear that in mind when choosing a size to buy. Thankfully & wisely, Hiram Green offers 10ml travel sizes & you might want to start with that one & replenish as needed. Otherwise, like me, you may end up with 2/3 a bottle of once-beautiful-now-rancid perfume. Nevertheless, a classic.
By   - RN from Bergen County, NJ on 11/11/2016
I just adore this perfume. Like wine, this natural scent actually subtly ages in a delightful way; while the perfume is always Moon Bloom and the floral accord remains the star, the lovely, slightly sharp greenness moved further into the background and the creamy coconut came forward just a little to create an even more seamlessly united perfume. There is NO gross, generic, synthetic, faux musk dry down that EVERY perfume seems to have. It is a true perfume, start to finish. When you wear Moon Bloom, you adorn your body in true Nature; it feels like a sacred act. If you want to feel like a goddess under the moon, purchase this.
By   - Teacher from Washington D.C. on 10/8/2016
Lovely floral, more than just rose, exotic, tropical, nocturnal but fresh. Not terribly long lasting, though.
By   - Perfume enthusiast from Newcastle upon Tyne on 9/5/2016
Very true to the real flower. Definitely FBW if you want a very naturalistic tuberose. Not screechy at all unlike Fracas. I don't believe it's 100% natural. It lasts too long and is too linear for that.
By   - teacher from chi on 6/20/2016
I can tell this is an extremely well done fragrance, but the indolic tuberose just isn't for me. Perfect for those who love this style of perfume.
By   - Writer and teacher from Cambridge on 5/24/2016
I have transitioned to wearing natural perfumes most of the time because I fell good about putting them on my body. I am SO GLAD that I discovered this one! After a lot of experimenting and wasted money, I have found my favorite (and only, really) perfume. It is glamorous (think old Hollywood), but also makes me feel like I'm under the moon on a warm night, surrounded by beautiful southern flowers. It is smooth and put-together enough to pass for artificial, but it is so real.
By   - Stay-at-home Mom from Alexandria, VA on 3/25/2016
I don't write floaty prose about perfumes. So this is blunt and to the point. I love this perfume. It's sweet but not overwhelming. I'm am not a big fan of florals, they usually overwhelm me , but this perfect.
By   - . from USA on 9/4/2015
I wanted to love this so much, nothing but rave reviews online. While it smells amazing in the decant (can really pick up the coconut), it turns rather quickly on me from a beautiful tuberose to a meaty/ burnt plastic scent and stays that way. Probably just my skin chemistry, but I'll stick with Amouage Honour Woman and a lighter tuberose.
By   - from Phoenix on 1/7/2015
It is nearing high summer here in Australia and I am in the mood for a tropical fragrance that opens up with the humidity. As the day wears on a I want to feel like a wanton woman. Tuberose is a note that is high on my rotation list at present. I am currently revisiting Lou Lou (and absolutely loving it) and wearing Nuit de Tuberose, a crystalline and bubble-gummy tuberose that is sweet and feminine rather than in your face bodily fluids. Moon Bloom caught my eye with its exotic florals and it became an instant blind buy. The Verdict - A three-piece floral ensemble, top heavy with tuberose, jasmine and ylang ylang, that wears close to the skin from start to finish. If it is tuberose you are after, it is tuberose you will get, but this one is more in the style of Fracas (which I personally don't enjoy as much as the aforementioned fragrances.) But for the Robert Piguet lovers out there, Moon Bloom could be the tuberose ticket, particularly if you are after adding something more natural, and ahem delicate, to your perfume collection. Moon Bloom is meaty, slightly minty and loaded with indoles. It can be affronting the to wearer if raw tuberose is not your thing, but depending on who sniffs you, full of different interpretations. My husband is not assaulted (so full marks for this), he can barely smell it, and my daughter detects delicate rose petals. It appears that it is only me who is not fully head over heels in love with this and this is because it doesn't quite fit my soulmate summer sex-on-the beach brief. I do not detect much of the coconut or oily resins I was hoping to find in the base. And the fragrance doesn't really evolve, only slowly evaporate. It wears on me possibly for 4-5 hours. At the time I purchased Moon Bloom, I also purchased Intense Tiare by Montale, which is not tuberose, but white floral dominated by the tiare flower, with oily undertones of coconut and warm vanilla. Like Moon Bloom it contains jasmine and ylang ylang, but instead of fading out, it has superb longevity and gives me the long, languid, sexy summer tropical vibe I like to match with my silk maxi-dresses. On the other hand, I would wear Moon Bloom with something more structured. Perhaps a floral shirtdress for lunch by the beach or to the Christmas office party, rather than cocktails at sunset.
By   - App Developer and Part-time Scent Detective from Sydney on 12/16/2014
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