Tom Ford Grey Vetiver was released in 2009 - a sophisticated masculine fragrance that features vetiver throughout the entire span of the fragrance. Easy to wear, it works from the office through evening - it is classy and mature without being "old." This was a 2010 CEW Awards finalist. Notes of citrus, spice, wood and vetiver.
Reviews of Tom Ford Grey Vetiver Cologne
From Influenster - "Regardless this is a true classic and a sophisticated scent for any man. Not something for everyday use or for a teen, but a young professional through to an old man should love this and feel like a he's wearing a suit, even if he's naked."
From Now Smell This - "Grey Vetiver is a subtle fragrance; it begins with warm citrus and moves quickly to a pleasant “smoky” phase. The rich smokiness is followed by a gleam of “sweat” (perhaps the grapefruit making its debut). The heart of Grey Vetiver is vetiver with a touch of toasted tonka and nutmeg. As the scent dries down, I smell pepper and warm woods (cypress-cedar?) In the extreme dry down, the sweaty note reappears, mingling nicely with the notes (now fading) that came before."
From Mr. Essentialist - " Tom Ford’s Grey Vetiver, the perfectly non-aqua-themed spring scent that a.) doesn’t involve ads of models jumping off cliffs in Positano, and b.) is warm and generous where many other fragrances wane. Top notes of sage, orange flower and warm wood work to invigorate, while a rich blend of amber wood, moss and nutmeg serve as warm base notes, creating a truly elegant experience. Indian vetiver, around which the fragrance is centered, ensures a characteristically masculine vibe that remains energized (translation: this thing will smell good for a while)."
||Tom Ford Grey Vetiver Cologne
||Vetiver, orange flower, grapefruit, aromatic sage, orris, nutmeg, pimiento, amber woods and oakmoss
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