Discussion in 'Scents' started by tomholton1234, Aug 15, 2009.
what is your favorite? I'm getting a sampler in the mail soon and will decide soon
1805 all the way.
West Indian Limes. Thank you.
Does Rose and Almond count?
I love the almond shaving cream! Great lather and wonderful, subtle smell!
Trafalgar would be my favorit cologne scent. love the WIL shave cream also.
How does this almond compare to Taylor of Bond? Just curious. I really love how almond smells.
Rose without a doubt. Almond's second-best.
TOBS does a similar Almond. The line's Rose is pretty close too, but not as good.
TH the way to go
The one scent you will not try in sampler pack is Rose. I ordered a sampler and it didn't come with it, but everything else did. The best scents I like is 1805. I wished they made Freshmen into shaving cream, awesome scent! Followed by Trafalgar and Grafton. I don't Truefitt and Hill makes awesome shaving products. If you like one of the major scents a lot, you can buy triple milled soap, bath and shower gel and couple other things in the same scent. Even their Almond is really good.
Cologne = 1805
Shave Cream = West Indian Limes
SC = Grafton
ASB = Grafton
EDT = Grafton
Very, very nice scent.
1805, all the way.
1805 & Traflagar
1805 and Grafton
Grafton and Trafalgar with the nod going to Grafton. I like 1805 and lime as well but Grafton is my choice scent behind MdC Fougere
1805 and rose is second
I just received my T&H Grafton and am so far disappointed in the scent, finding it too green or fruity upon applying and lingering on those notes. Finally after over 2 hours it settled into something I could tolerate, that soapy fragrance I was looking for. I'll give it a few more test runs before making a final decision.
Grafton was my first favorite T&H scent.
Interesting enough, despite its popularity, I didn’t think much of 1805 but eventually came to appreciate it.
These days I have a full stable of T&H products. Great stuff.
Give the Grafton some time or set it aside for a few months and come back to it.
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