Lacoste Grey has interesting notes of musk, rum and vanilla all encased inside a smoky gray bottle that is very stylish. The bottle has a cap that is colored silver with a lot of interesting textures.
It has frankincense.
There is also a note of frankincense, which is much more noticeable with Lacoste Grey’s shower gel rendition. It was like bathing inside a huge cathedral with lots of lit frankincense incense around. Critics suggest that if this perfume is to be bought, then the shower gel must be bought too in order to experience that special monk-like moment.
Suitable for golfers
Also, Lacoste Grey is perfect for golfers because of its older gentlemen’s smell. It is as if he was born a filthy rich individual. This does not necessarily mean that Lacoste Grey smells like money. What this means is that this particular perfume is an expensive one, and it smells expensive too.
It is not much of a spicy scent but, according to those who have their own bottles; this perfume is quite sweet and woody. Still, though, it is able to retain its level of class. Lacoste Grey is one of the best perfumes to be worn during the summertime because, aside from the fresh scent, it also does not turn itself sour on the skin right away, unlike most perfumes. This is a big advantage for Lacoste Grey.
Some say that the scent or the fruitiness of the fragrance somewhat smells synthetic. Also, the vanilla note that was used does not smell as much of vanilla as it should be. There are far better vanilla notes out there. And lastly, Jamaican rum is not something people get everyday, even perfume critics, so they do not really know what to comment when it comes to that particular note.
There are critics who feel unsure about their whole Lacoste Grey experience. They say that, although this perfume is expensive, it only reminds them of sherbet, which is only a fancy term for ice cream. Ice cream comes into mind because of the sweet fizzy and powdery effect the scent has on people.
What the customers have to say
Some say that Lacoste Grey is initially boring. The masculinity in the first whiff is something that can be smelled from other lower-priced perfumes. However, after the perfume finally dries down, it is when the good stuff sets in. The aroma just gets more pleasant by the minute.
The smell of the rum is not alcoholic or corrosive to the nostrils. Actually, it is a sweet rendition of Jamaican rum. Aside from rum, the notes of apple, vanilla and cinnamon also step out and are very noticeable. This combination is very gourmand.
This kind of fragrance is best used at work or during classes, if still in college. The sweet smell might be very helpful in the class standings.
On the other hand, there are those who fight that Lacoste Grey’s scent is very offensive to the senses of the body, in the aspects that are aesthetic, moral and physical. They have all given this certain perfume one word, “disgusting”. They say that even if their life depended on it, they would not wear a perfume that smelled like this.
Many were very impressed by the fragrant notes that were used. But after some time, they share that they feel disappointed because the fragrances become unpleasant. They say that it smells pretty much synthetic and that it causes them massive headaches. They have related Lacoste Grey to a vanilla wafer that was dipped inside a bubble bath that was scented bubble gum.
Overly dramatic post-customers