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FUBU Plush for Men (2002)


FUBU Plush for Men information

Year of Launch2002
AvailabilityIn Production
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People and companies

PerfumerAliénor Massenet
PerfumerJean-Marc Chaillan
PackagingFederico Restrepo
Parent CompanyInter Parfums

About FUBU Plush for Men

An oriental fragrance with sandalwood, amber and suede.

FUBU Plush for Men fragrance notes

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Reviews of FUBU Plush for Men

Has a structure similar to Dior Homme and Dior Homme Intense. The amaretto and suede give it the "Plush" aspect which I find in the sweet aspects of Dior Homme Intense. The Orris Root (Iris) is toned down and is about the same intensity as it is in DHI. It's a nice alternative to DH, but considering it's discontinued and so hard to find it defeat's the purpose.
22nd February, 2013 (last edited: 24th April, 2013)
Smells better than Guess Suede that's for sure. At the risk of putting social commentary, is this what someone thinks a "sugar daddy" should smell like? Ah well, this is a nice, smooth fragrance. Warning, this is quite potent at first so give it some time before passing judgement. Though after that time I still don't quite liek it enough. reminds me of so many other scents which aren't quite so eager to present their ego. I prefer the subtler scents with longer longevity but if you like to be kicked in the face for a few hours then this is for you.
15th June, 2008
Smells like baby powder. Never really liked it, but it is quite sporty.
31st October, 2006
The name should not put you off! in fact i picked it up on the cheap and it does not disappoint, it last long, has a good dry down, and i doubt you will find many sporting this fragrance!
11th May, 2006
Ah, what’s in a name? That which we call ‘Plush’ by any other name would smell as…plush. Actually, the name ‘Plush’ is rather meaningless here. It sounds as if it would be rich and luxurious, but it is pretty much the opposite. It opens with an amaretto note. The amaretto is fairly well done — this is important because amaretto is the kind of note that can easily become cheap and cloying if it isn’t used with lots of discretion. It IS used discreetly; it behaves nicely and is even somewhat translucent. The middle notes are also non-aggressive — light spices, light citrus with a powdery background — well constructed, very pleasant. The base is a nicely balanced wood, amber, and musk that hug the skin with a comfortable presence. Plush may not be the kind of fragrance that immediately grabs a lot of attention, but untrue to its name, it delivers a rather subtle but rewarding experience for a very reasonable cost. For its cost, it is very good. The bottle is remarkable – gimmicky, but remarkable. All things considered, even though it could use more longevity, Plush earns a thumb’s up.
10th October, 2005 (last edited: 17th March, 2008)
This is a little bit of a strange one. Got it cheap at a discount store. Really nice bottle - two cylinders side by side, liquid shows in one but sprays out of the other. To me it’s one of those very light scents that I can’t seem to smell. At first application it seems to have a light licorice or anise smell (maybe the amaretto ?) along with a fresh accord. Then it seems to disappear altogether. I don’t know if it is just me that can’t smell it or if it is so light that no one can smell it. It smells nice for the 10 minutes I can sense it.
21st November, 2004

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