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    Question Fath de Fath.

    Fath de Fath is described as a fruity oriental and is one I have not sampled. What think you ladies and gents., is Fath de Fath possesed of pour home posibilities?

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    Wow!!! It's been a while since I've smelled this classic.....It will be interesting to see what others say.....If my thoughts are correct, I can see a gent pulling this off for sure!!!
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    Default Re: Fath de Fath.

    Yes, it is homme-able. Very ambery and smooth oriental to my nose.
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    Sniffed this a couple of months ago. Just a bit fruity up top but not too much... I'd place it between Ferre (bright aldehydic apricot) and Casmir (mango ambery vanilla). Fath de Fath is smack in the middle. It is smooth, inoffensive, and pour homme-able (much more so than Ferre or Casmir).
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    I have it in pure perume form, very smooth oriental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Bon Vivant View Post
    ... pour homme-able...
    May I pilfer this one? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twolf View Post
    May I pilfer this one? LOL
    I was thinking about stealing this one: "possesed of pour home posibilities".

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    I just read a thread that suggested Fath de Fath as a substitute for Rochas Alchemie (discontinued)

    I finished my bottle of Alchimie (very homme-able) long ago and have a mini of Fath de Fath - anyone think the two scents are similar?

    reine

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    I think Fath is more dynamic than Alchemie, and mote classic. But I never got Alchemie, too plasticy somehow.
    Also I love Fath and do not at all care for Cashmir, which I find 'relentless'.
    N_Tesla, I think you'd love it. It's very amber, and knowing what you think of Theorema and Ambre Gris, I think it would be a winner.

    It reminds me more of Sublime for some reason.

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    I thought a guy could pull this off.....Gary

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