OK, I'm posting a response to my own previous question (don't you just love it when you find the perfect answer to YOUR OWN QUESTION...?!)
I just smelled Fresh Sugar Lychee this afternoon on my lunch break. WOW - this is nice stuff.
I was skeptical since Cucumber Baie by Fresh kind of vanished on me about 15 minutes after I tested it. Plus I was assuming that Sugar Lychee was going to be too sweet on me. Let's face it - what does sugar SMELL LIKE? Honestly... like nothing - right? So I always passed sniffing the Sugar scents cause I assumed they belonged in the 'Pink Sugar' category (sticky sweet, burnt plasticky that appeals to teen girls...) In addition, I love lychees because they're a fruit that has a decidedly floral taste to them. So naturally I thought this would have that asian floral note in it, which might be too feminine for me.
Well - to my surprise Lychee Sugar performs that perfumists' trick, of smelling perfectly like sugar and lychee. Smells just wonderful - a creamy sugar cane note with a very realistic lychee fruit note. NOT sweet. Sugary. There's a difference. In Latin restaurants here in Miami, you can order sugar cane juice (guarapo) and FSL reminds me a little of this juice. The lychee fruit notes are bright and give the sugar (to quote Chandler Burr) 'a delicious kind of strangeness'.
Longevity is average, which is fine with me. It works perfectly in the heat - it was 90 degrees out in Miami Beach today, and this scent really pulsed nicely in the humidity on my way back to work.
My lychee fix has now been solved.