Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Atelier Bloem 1614 Eau de Parfum | Review

Press Sample (Affiliate Links)

That I love Malin+Goetz is unquestionably true, and when I learned that founders Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz launched Atelier Bloem, a luxury perfume line, I was thrilled.

About Atelier Bloem,

Founded by industry veterans Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz, Atelier Bloem is a collection of fragrances inspired by Bloemenmarkt, Amsterdam’s famed floating flower market. Each eau de parfum is creatively distilled and uniquely crafted for a remarkably alluring scent.

Atelier Bloem 1614 Eau de Parfum has a clean, fresh and delicate aroma that is punctuated by the detectable scents of citrus, Bergamot, Sambac Jasmine and Orange Blossom. Once it dries down the notes of Teakwood, Sandalwood and Musk warm the edges of the citrus. The end result is a fresh and dewy aroma that sits close to the skin, rather than hanging in the air, and delights the senses. Its name, 1614, is derived from the year in which Andrew and Matthew’s home away from home, in the Hudson Valley, was founded.
According to Atelier Bloem,

This slightly floral fragrance blends the dewy freshness of sweet clover and citrus with an understated woodsy musk, giving the perfume a subtly sun-warmed scent.

Top notes: Black Pepper, Bergamot, and Neroli from Tunisia
Middle notes: Sambac Jasmine, Sweet Clover, Rose Water, and Orange Blossom
Drydown: Teakwood, Sandalwood, and Musk

Overall Assessment: This is a beautiful fragrance that is utterly perfect for the spring and summer months.

$195.00 for 3.4 fl oz/100ml from Atelier Bloom and Barneys New York (Affiliate Links).
Press Sample. All views expressed are categorically my own.
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10 comments:

  1. Next time I'm at Barney's I will look for their line and sniff all their new scents!

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    1. you definitely need to check out their fragrances on your next trip to BNY!

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  2. Wow this sounds like a scent I would love. I like Neroli, jasmine, clover, orange blossom and sandalwood. The way you describe it is divine.

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    1. It is such a beautiful fragrance, Courtney! Thank you so much for your kind words!

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  3. This sounds so delightful and I love the bottle!

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    1. It really is delightful, and I agree that the bottle is stunning!

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  4. This sounds like a lovely fragrance! I need to smell it at the store because I'm very particular with scents. Thanks for the heads up on this brand!

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    1. It really is a lovely fragrance, Stacie. Yes, fragrances interact with individual body chemistries so differently– that the way that they smell in the bottle can wildly differ the way that they interact with the skin. You are so welcome for the introduction– it is definitely worth checking their fragrances out!

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  5. Malin + Goetz is such a wonderful brand that I'm not surprised their fragrance would be amazing too.

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    1. I completely agree! I haven't smelled the others, but can't wait to based upon the magnificence of 1614!

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