Sundrunk by Imaginary Authors
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Sundrunk is a perfume by Imaginary Authors for women and men and was released in 2018. The scent is citrusy-fruity. It is still available to purchase.
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Perfumer

Josh Meyer

Fragrance Notes

NeroliNeroli
RhubarbRhubarb
HoneysuckleHoneysuckle
Rose waterRose water
Orange zestOrange zest

Ratings

Scent

6.947 Ratings

Longevity

6.635 Ratings

Sillage

6.235 Ratings

Bottle

7.540 Ratings
Submitted by multiple users, last update on 31.08.2021.
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5
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5
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8
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Jingle
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Jingle
Very helpful Review    8  
Paddington Bear's first choice
In the prelude really one to one British bitter orange marmalade - how delicious! And then it already becomes Christmassy, I think of candied orange peel, the peeling of tangerines and a candle in which I express the peels. Even the audible rharbarber, the neroli do not dissuade me from this first impression. Well, for me as an Alman oranges are of course southern fruits for the cold season and I have never seen an orange growing on a tree. For Californians, for example, the fragrance may seem quite different.

The green in the perfume, and I mean not only the honeysuckle, but here also times the rhubarb, comes across cypress-like. That may also be the ethereal, the cypress has in common with orange peel, I mean this intensely oily, volatile quality.

Citrus scents are said to have a mood-lifting effect. And yes, it works here! Whether it's the sophisticated breakfast (jam is a treat!), the Sunday special with toast rack, Advent with dim lights and with early twilight as a young child, or the imaginings/memories of a southern country, of summer.

I can smell artificial notes on the fragrance only insofar as it is the treated, candied orange. Not a naturalistic orange, but the one that is considered a delicacy. But not Capri ice cream, but what much older, the Spanish fruit house in Munich.
Cleaner, glue I do not perceive, and I say that as the owner of a (incidentally terrific) orange oil cleaner. And there I come back again to the element mentioned above "ethereal" and which I can only know insistently for lack of better knowledge; surely a chemical property.

As the fragrance progresses it shows the neroli more clearly, I also feel briefly reminded of Hermes' Jour, only better, without the rubber, hehe. The associated cypress turns into the heavenly scent of printed matter (subtle, don't expect a print shop).

It's totally fascinating to me that my scent impression is so different from the previous ones here: Sundrunk is more contemplative than effervescent for me, but still appropriate for a summer night party. It is the most bitter Orangina you have ever drunk. The sun is beating down on your shoulders. A precious candied orange slice for potato-and-kale eaters, in the 19th century. It shines its orange light into a dark living room and warms like a fireplace. Sundrunk is the unbridled bite into an orange, through the peel, through the white, until the juice swells into your mouth like a hot kiss at night in a lush Florida garden.
For me, it's an either-or scent: high summer or Advent. For both seasons, however, an asset, "makes your eyes light up," to stay linguistically in the Christmas world.

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9
Bottle
Venomrock101

32 Reviews
Venomrock101
Venomrock101
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Distilled summer
This fragrance is summer incarnate. It smells like SunnyD, with what feels like a slight scent of sand and skin. It's sunlight in a bottle and can instantly bring up your mood if you smell it on a bad day. Very inoffensive, and is quite beautiful in its simplicity. Don’t forget to try before you buy.
Carboytony

114 Reviews
Carboytony
Carboytony
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Summer in a Bottle
This perfume opens with ripe, juicy, sweet, delectable orange. You can feel the juice bursting forth as you pop a segment of it into your mouth. This is supplanted by nuances of Neroli, bewitching and seductive. Next, sweet and tart rhubarb comes into focus, playing the leading role, then alternating with the aforementioned orange. Sweet and floral, honeysuckle and hibiscus emerge farther into in the drydown, really making this a prime of some of the loveliest things in the sunkissed garden. Sundrunk is summer in a bottle.
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8
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6
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8
Bottle
Franfan20

40 Reviews
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Top Review    17  
Summer Feeling
A bittersweet citrus fruit dips into a sea of nectar and stimulates olfactory cells and papillae with its appetizing scent. With its refreshing thirst-quenching character, Sundrunk draws the picture of an America of the 60s, the Beach Boys era, Good Vibrations and Surfin' USA sound from the car radio. It is midsummer and there is only one holiday destination. The sea with wide, white sandy beaches. Ice cream as much as you can eat. Fairs on the coast. Anything seems possible. A positive, sunny mood floods the fragrance, which is both fresh-fruity and bitter-herbal. Candied orange peels as far as the nose can smell. Life for the moment, best advertising material for Lagnese and Co. A spray on the skin and off on holiday. The fragrance interprets the "Summer Feeling" theme in a completely carefree way with an almost effervescent lightness.

Sundrunk is: summer, sun, beach, surfing, fun, refreshment, festivals, good mood and everything else you might think of about holidays.
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Statements

SamuelGustavSamuelGustav 1 year ago
6
Scent
5
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
Very acidic and bitter orange and rhubarb with a touch of neroli. Good quality and interesting blend, but I really dislike this one
ItchynoseItchynose 2 years ago
5
Scent
Somehow manages to come across earthy, dusty and bitter in spite of the scent's supposedly summer evoking fresh-citrusy nature.

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