Friday, April 27, 2012
T. Gregory for Men
First off, my apologies for the image. It's the 100ml. bottle I used to own years ago and fortunately it was still in my Photobucket account. I couldn't find an online image of it anywhere, so.......we're stuck using this one.
The sprayer screwed on and off like the vintage MPG bottles. I love bottles with that design for the ease in which you can decant. I no longer have the bottle, but I stored a good amount for reference purposes in atomizers. I posted a review somewhere a long time ago and although I cannot recall details, I do remember that I found it very ordinary and faulted it for that alone.
T. Gregory for Men is still rather ordinary after revisiting it, but I now can appreciate the fragrance for its ease of wear and overall pleasantness. I perceive it to be a good choice for when you want to smell very nice without raising an eyebrow ( including your own ).
All in all, this maligned and little known masculine is extremely inoffensive. I believe women could wear this as well since the feel of it is ambiguous. It doesn't scream " I'm a man". In fact, it doesn't scream anything. It speaks in hushed tones and possesses a soothing voice. If I could find another bottle, I would pull the trigger since it performs very well as a work rotation frag.
Sillage is very moderate, but longevity is much better as it lasts 5 hours plus on my skin. Thumbs up from Aromi for this 2003, pleasantly generic release that calls itself T.Gregory. If you can find a sample, indulge yourself as it is extremely difficult to track down.