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Amphibia was a fragrance produced by January Productions and sold exclusively at Bloomingdale's in 1995. The bottle featured a drawing of Kermit, and the words "Pour homme, femme, et frog". The fragrance had a light, citrus scent.
Mary Roach reviewed Amphibia in a tongue-in-cheek article on celebrity fragrances in the Feb. 16, 1996 issue of TV Guide: "I wore Amphibia on my third date... he said he found me riveting which I heard as ribbitting, as in 'ribbit, ribbit,' and I got all defensive... He assured me I didn't smell like a swamp... I stuck my tongue out at him, to which he responded that it was the wrong time of year for flies, and besides, the food would be arriving shortly."