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Ultimately, I like that this fragrance is daring in it's own way and fits a personality or style.
I would rather have more fragrance like this than cookie cutter ones and the quality is here.
I can imagine the favorite drinks of guys who wear this parfum: only hard liquors with fine quality... To me this is a definitely a fragrance for a mature man. I can definitely respect this fragrance but it just doesn't really suit me and I feel that it comes off as a bit cold and sterile. Overall it's quite good and the quality is very evident but to me it lacks personality and emotion.
Another thing worth mentioning is that while not completely similar to Grey Vetiver, Lalique Encre Noire Sport is an excellent more youthful take on a fresh vetiver fragrance. I wouldn't consider it to be an alternative to Grey Vetiver but people who enjoy this type of fragrance should check it out as well if they haven't already.
Grey Vetiver by @tomford is a winner, it's a fragrance all men should own. It neither screams, nor shout, but makes it's presence known.
This tells people you got your "game" together and you are confident. Tom Ford Grey Vetiver EDP is a vetiver based scent released in 2009; it's accompanied with grapefruits, oakmoss and some woodsy notes. I can say without a doubt that this is one of the best vetiver fragrances in the world. I’m not the biggest fan of this and wouldn’t buy it at this present moment but I can pay my respects.
The plastic note makes it smell very modern and futuristic. I wouldn't say this is world-shattering, but it is nice.
I would love this as a gift but wouldn't buy it myself.
This does smell of quality and had fair projection and 6 hours longevity on me.
This is a perfectly blended, beautiful, elegant, classy men’s fragrance. Scent: 9/10 Originality: 8/10 Performance: 7/10 (a little soft at times) Longevity: 9/10 Overall: 9/10 A classic!