Grey Stone Castle Extrait

$ 6.95

TOP NOTES: Red mandarin, lemongrass

MIDDLE NOTES: Cedarwood, cypress, rose, vetiver, hay, deertongue

BOTTOM NOTES: Sandalwood, oakmoss, patchouli, vanilla

The conceptualization for Grey Stone Castle began many years ago when I was a freshman in college rushing fraternities. I toured many grand and mysterious homes where soon-to-be very powerful men had once roamed the halls. However, none captivated me more than the Grey Stone Castle, the nickname for the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.

The desire to walk in the footsteps of those who are (or were) successful in all realms of life is the key to wearing Grey Stone Castle, as it gives you the feeling that you can become one of them. It is a very strong and long-lasting fragrance which exudes class and sophistication, yet is playful enough to easily wear during the day.

Like our other fragrances, Grey Stone Castle was built around a long-aged all-natural core. The building blocks of GSC are Indian and Hawaiian sandalwood, dark vetiver and patchouli, three types of cedarwood, Turkish rose, lemongrass and other naturals. Aging this core for over two years resulted in an ostentatious and pretentious swirling core of very high longevity and projection.

If you want to get noticed for smelling great and like nothing else on the market, then Grey Stone Castle is for you, as it casts an assertive and very pleasant aura. If you want to be a wall-flower or stay under the radar, then you will be more comfortable wearing a different fragrance. 

Grey Stone Castle can be worn in all seasons, both at work and for nights out on the town. It is the most multi-functional fragrance we produce. Our informal test panel concluded that GSC is a top fragrance in our Reconnaissance Collection. 

Shipped in a gorgeous 50 ml hand-polished glass crystal bottle with etched golden TWIS logo, beautiful white pearlescent box and solid metal cap. 

Longevity (typical): 20 hours

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