Grimm

Brand: Sixteen92

Scent Description: Cocao absolute, Tonka bean, tobacco, immortelle, wet forest moss & leaves.

8 thoughts on “Grimm”

  1. Yeah, this scent was not for me. I sniffed it out the vial and really did not like it but convinced myself to put it on my wrist and see what happened because of the notes in it. This scent did not get better. When Claire described it as unisex, she meant it. It is not sweet in any way, and while I usually love the way men smell (when they use decent cologne), if I smelled a man wearing this, I’d be like “ew, please take a shower.” This scent is dark and dank and murky. If your preferred aesthetic is swamp hag, I’d suggest using this as a fragrance, maybe with something that would throw in a little soggy, decaying lake weeds scent to the mix.

  2. Forest notes dominate here. This very much reminds me of a more subtle Ralph Lauren Polo with a metallic edge. Love it!

  3. I was really intrigued by the description on their website, but when I actually wore it I didn’t care for it at all. Smelled like a moldy basement on my skin. Oh well, I typically love sixteen92 and they can’t all be winners.

  4. Damp soil, wet leaves and cocoa. It’s very earthy, outdoorsy with a hit of smooth unsweet cocoa. Fairly atmospheric and ‘dark’ smelling. Unisex.

  5. As other review have noted, this is a very realistic outdoorsy scent, but I get more of the inside of a lawn waste bag than the woods. It smells similar to mud and decaying leaves. The tobacco only strengthens the musty smell for me.

  6. Aptly named lol, I’m getting too much wet forest moss & leaves for my taste. Cocoa,Tonka bean & tobacco appeal to me but the other notes are too dominant. Not sure I’d even want to test it again although I probably should

  7. Grimm is a very realistic, damp forest scent with a deep undercurrent of dark chocolate that isn’t sweet at all.

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