Discussion in 'Scents' started by myles wilson, Jan 20, 2020.
This is mine
Stoylin Ramblin Man
Stoylin Blood on Steel
Jeeves of Hudson St. Bay Rum
Stephan Bay Rum
Aqua Velva Aftershave&Cologne
Clubman Reserve Whiskey Woods
Clubman Original (6 Oz.)
Central Texas Soaps Weekend Rodeo(Leather)
TSD Bay Rum(from the now closed TSD store)
Clubman Special Reserve
Thank you, but y'know, I believe others would have to take 5 posts to list all of theirs. I like my group a lot.
Actually, forget the Jeeves...I have the soap, but not the A.S.
Aaaaand, a look at this survey. I Love Aftershave has jumped out to a huge lead. In fact, the other two-Water and I Hate Aftershaves, have a total of zero votes each. Not much else to report at this time.
thanks. just looking at the poles now actually. don't have time to be on here during school.
why did the store get shut down?
I think JoAnna just wanted to move on to a new interest. I do know she had some hand/arm injury in the past, thus making it more difficult to produce her soaps and aftershaves. Others can confirm me(or clarify).
Aqua Velva Classic Ice Blue
Aqua Velva Musk
Duke Cannon Ice Cold
Gillette Cool Wave splash
Gillette sensitive skin balm
Nivea Deep Comforting splash
Nivea sensitive skin unscented balm
Ogallala Bay Rum & Sandalwood
Old Spice "Classic"
Nice. What's the difference in the 3 Old Spice bottles? Brand? Vintage? Other...?
clubman-original,reserve,lime sec,whiskey woods,the veg
b and m-reserve classic,waves
paa-doppelganger black label
adidas-ice dive,dynamic pulse
fine-platinum,italian citrus,american blend,l'orange noir,santal absolut
tobs-sandalwood,eton college,#74 victorian lime
chiseled face-ghost town barber
the years are different. 2 out of the 3 bottles are vintage. One if from 1955 and the small one is from the mid 60s. and then the plastic bottle is a modern version (not near as good as the vintage)
cool wave was a good one also
just made available here in canader..not bad so far..
Tabac or Old Spice.
I often blend these with a bit of Nivea balm as I apply them.
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