After replying to this thread last night. I shaved with Port Au Prince this morning. I bought this puck a few years back. It was Stirlings limited 1st time release of it, if I remember correctly. I was intrigued as I had just discovered Vetiver scents and wanted a vetiver shave soap in my rotation. I liked Rod's take on this vetiver and he said he sought out some special French clay to use for making this soap. Since it's one of his older versions I can't seem to get a real thick lather from it. It's more of a thin pasty lather. But I always seem to get a great shave and have always liked Stirling's post shave feel. I could understand if someone didn't care for it's scent. People seem to be that way about dirty vetiver scents. But I like it and have never smelled anything similar to it. Using the soap and Stirling's Vetiver witch hazel. I could smell wiffs of it up to a couple hours afterwards. For me, it's a nice change of pace that I look forward to in my shaving rotation.