by Beverly Hills Polo Club


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About Rogue

Rogue is a masculine fragrance by Beverly Hills Polo Club.

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Swanky Show all reviews
United States
It's not uncommon for Hollywood to remake a foreign-language film that, in its original language, was tough, downbeat and uncompromising. Attaching a bankable star, they will make the new version more mainstream, audience-friendly and, unfortunately too often, compromised.

Rogue is a bit like a Hollywood version of macho powerhouses such as Polo and Krizia Uomo. What was swaggering and brutal in its original form is now filtered for a modern consumer who wants an airier, lighter, more accessible fragrance. If you sort of like Polo but think it's too strong, this is made for you. It's very affordable but frankly the low budget shows through. Longevity is all-day but there's a sense that there's less than meets the nose. Not terrible but it's definitely the shallow end of the pool.
02nd April, 2013
Just awful! They must have looked for the cheapest synthetic ingredients available and mixed them pretty much at random. Every Beverly Hills Polo Club scent I've sampled has been like this. Rancid, foul-smelling and disgusting!
04th December, 2012
Although this has been mentioned in a forum, I should iterate here that this is actually called 'Rogue,' not 'Rouge.' However, neither name fits.

There is a chain store where I live called the Dollar Tree, wherein everything is $1 or less. They sell knockoff fragrances that, across the board, all have this strange, butter-like note to them. This butter note haunts Rogue from top to bottom and it is disgusting. Aside from that, the (intended) construction is like Jaguar for Men or Gucci Nobile - a green, bittersweet, herbal fir scent. Like Jaguar, Rogue went with the tonka base but crammed loads of fake vanilla into the top as well, steering Jaguar's casual elegance straight off a cliff. The opening of fir, orange, cinnamon, vanilla, and rosemary would be great if that butter note was gone and if Beverly Hills Polo Club had a better R&D budget than the average eight year-old.

From there Rogue loses brightness gradually and the fir and musk begin to stand out, but there is just nothing authentic or attractive about this scent.
08th April, 2012

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