Perfume Review: Arizona Bloom by Floral Street

One of the latest fragrances released by the niche and vegan brand Floral Street, Arizona Bloom is a dry amber floral scent with strong presence of coconut, at first sight I thought it was a summer scent but after trying it out during different seasons it certainly works well anytime, specially for certain type of mood or personality.


Balinese Coconut, Madagascan Black Pepper, Oak Moss, Salted Musks, Jasmine Petals, Fig leaves, and Cashmere woods.

  • Gender: Feminine 
  • Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Olfactory Family: Amber Floral
  • Perfumer: Jerome Epinette

At the beginning I thought this would be a another milky creamy very strong coconut fragrance but is mostly a green, fresh, clean scent with coconut water I would say so is not sweet specially after the dry down it becomes more salty and musky which it makes it quite unisex. At some point I was glad that it wasn’t another fragrance that smell of cheap sunscreen, the coconut is quite soft as emulate the water and not the fruit itself, the jasmine gives a little touch of flower but is hardly a floral scent is more amber/woody thanks to the musk and also a bit spicy, it has a short a sillage and last about 4 – 6 hours, I would say recommend getting the brand Discovery Kit first, I personally loved it but I can easily understand this is not for everyone because is not generic at all.    

Arizona Bloom is available in 10 ml, 50 ml and 100 ml at: