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33 chosen as one of The Perfume Society Bloggers' Scents of Summer

The Perfume Society member and epic Instagram perfume nerd Katie Cooke, whose account Scentosaurs destroys the mold in fragrance reviews, picks 33 alongside Papillon Perfumery, Serge Lutens, Dior, and Guerlain for her top bottles this season. Honored to be place alongside such company!

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Chris Rusak Perfume now listed in the Fragrantica Directory!

I'm very excited to announce my inclusion in the Fragrantica perfume directory. This international fragrance community is translated into over 15 languages and has over 200,000 fans on social media. For an indie perfumer, this is a lovely honor to be recognized and placed amongst my peers.

Check out the Chris Rusak Perfume page on Fragrantica

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Io reviewed on OG perfume blog Scenthurdle!

"Rusak’s portrait of SoCal starts at ground-level and moves upward. The frankincense, which Rusak tinctured himself, permeates the perfume from start to finish. Combined with labdanum and other resinous materials the frankincense smells dusty rather than woody or sappy. It’s rooted in an earthy accord that smells more of sand and stone than moist garden soil. The sense of scorched desert is palpable to the nose. Rusak says that the dry-soil effect is in large part due to a tincture of smoked, dried peppers that he created in his studio. The result is a sun-baked coziness that’s much more personal than the geosmin overdose sometimes used to give fragrances an earthy but often brittle vibe." (February 7, 2019)

Read more on Scenthurdle.

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Liam Sardea of Olfactics has reviewed Quasi una absurdia, Io, and 33!

"Consider this gem. In the first instance, [Quasi una absurdia] could be construed as a well-executed homage-qua-synthesis of two greats: the plush blue quiet of Guerlain’s L’Heure Bleue, and the rich intensity of Bal a Versailles. It’s as if Bal came along and told L’Heure Bleue to put its chin up, for QUA never drags along with quite a melancholic weight, nor does it lose its classical attitude. But it would be unfair to describe QUA as strictly an homage, as this feature moves along quite quickly. Rather, QUA is a fragrance made of a classical syrup, where notes of rose, jasmine, orange blossom, and civet speak a whole history of classical perfumery, enlivened with an equally classic amalgam of ylang ylang, clove, benzoin, and tonka bean." (November 20, 2018)

Read more on olfactics.net.

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Victoria Jent of EauMG also reviews the same three perfumes and shares similar delight with QUA:

"Quasi una absurdia smells like funeral lilies, Certs mints and Murphy oil soap. My mind immediately went to a funeral parlor as morbid as it sounds. As it wears, it’s a really pollen-heavy floral. With the notes, you’d expect a white floral, but this is a “yellow floral”. It’s lilies and carnation. Vermillion-hued pollen scattered on the floor. As the fragrance dries down, it’s like night-blooming jasmine making its way through an open window. These florals eventually fade into musk and church incense. It’s gorgeous." (September 21, 2018)

Read more on eaumg.net.

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Chris Rusak profiled in the CaFleureBon American Perfumery series!

I am honored to be included in the CaFleureBon American Perfumery series, chronicling the brightest and biggest names in indie fragrance throughout the United States.

Chris Rusak — CaFleureBon American Perfumery Series

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