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Favorite smell for shave soap?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anatoli Mar 23, 2013. 3 Replies

Hello,I started shaving with a safety razor not too long ago after my brother gave me a kit for my birthday. I tried the samples that he included, including a sandalwood. I found one that is…Continue

 

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Anatoli replied to Tim Campbell's discussion Favorite smell for shave soap?
"I currently use Taylor of Old Bond with sandalwood smell and I absolutely love it! "
Mar 23, 2013
Tim Campbell replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"You made a good choice by going with the Glenlivet to start. As for a cigar, I might suggest a Dirt Torpedo. The filler is blended with pipe tobacco, which gives it a very vice aroma and taste."
Mar 19, 2013
mantic59 replied to Tim Campbell's discussion Favorite smell for shave soap?
"My favorite scents include Truefitt & Hill Trafalgar (and Grafton too, though both may be a little on the "old man" side, 1805 is a "younger" smell), Crabtree & Evelyn Sienna (a lot of people like Nomad too), Speick, and…"
Mar 19, 2013
Tim Campbell posted a discussion

Favorite smell for shave soap?

Hello,I started shaving with a safety razor not too long ago after my brother gave me a kit for my birthday. I tried the samples that he included, including a sandalwood. I found one that is fantastic, and it was Lavender and Cedar from the Napa Soap Co. I slather that lather on when I have a shave, and feel like a new man afterwards. i was curious to see what scents other members here have tried and liked.See More
Mar 19, 2013
Tim Campbell replied to Eric B's discussion masculine cologne
"Bay Rum is quite nice, a classic that never really gets old. Burberry Brit had a nice one last summer that is still available online as a discontinued Some like the smell of English Leather, I can't stand the stuff. If there's an Irish…"
Mar 19, 2013
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