Monday, July 13, 2020

The One - Grey

Whenever a company releases a fragrance like this, they must think their customer base is bunch of idiots.  I haven't even bothered to find the note pyramid on The One Grey because it's clear to me this is nothing but three ingredients: ambroxan, dihydromyrcenol and alcohol.  The alcohol is the natural ingredient.

As to be expected with a frag made of two synthetic aromachemicals, this is completely flat, generic and lifeless.  It smells like the sharp, nasty base you smell in all the awful "Millesime" fragrances Creed released back in the 90's.  There is absolutley nothing unique about The One Grey.  This is one of the blandest, wimpiest fragrances I've ever smelled.

The only reason I'm not giving this a 1 out of 10 is because it is doesn't make me recoil in horror.  If someone gives this to you as a gift, either re-gift it to someone you don't like, throw it in the trash, or keep it as a poop spray next to the toilet.

MY RATING:  2/10


  1. This one seem doomed for failure as soon as D&G decided to call it “Grey.” They might as well have called it “Drab” and it would have been just as uninspiring.

  2. "Drab" would have been more fitting.

  3. Better off with a bottle of Van Gils Classic, or Strictly for Men, as they call it these days.

    Just because it's totally opposite D&G Grey (and the rest of the useless D&G family).

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