Discussion in 'Shave Soaps' started by Padron, Nov 7, 2007.
Alright, all this talk of Tabac; I ordered mine this morning.
Nice Steve, Congrats!!
If you get a chance, pick up some Institut Karite 25% Shea Soap too.....it is superb
Hiya Padron, that's one of the French Soaps that's on my must try list. I figure I'll procure everything on the list and sell off what don't work for me..Can't wait to try the Tabac, though.
Tabac is very nice and I love the scent, 2 of my favorite French soaps are Institut Karite and Pre de Provence....both are quite nice Provence Sante is pretty nice too
Those are the other two on my short list LOL..
Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet with Tabac a very close second.
Welcome to The Shave Den Viktor!!
I have been wondering about the Penhaligon's soaps for some time now....I'll have to give them a try sometime.
I too have been wanting to try all the Penhaligon's selection of shaving products. One day!1
I generally make my own soap but if I had to use only a single commercially bought soap it would likely be the Van Der Hagen (aka Surrey) DELUXE soap with Shea butter.
It's a nice soap with 40% moisturizers. It lathers quite well and it's and very affordable. Often I can find it on sale for a buck fifty per puck.
Welcome to The Shave Den, Viktor!
$1.50 per puck now thats a deal
For 2 more dollars you can get it in
How is that......Col. Conk?
Yea, that was my guess too
Still LOVE Conk Almond. Had a girlfriend that LOVED the smell of that
Yep, VDH (Surry) = Col Conk. Same company "makes" it. Just the Col put some stank on it.
Their is also another soap called Old Grandad or something that may be the same.
EDIT: I looked it up its called Country Uncle and it is at www.amazingshaving.com
It's been a couple months now, any changes in favorites lately?
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