Discussion in 'Preshave and Aftershave' started by SuperChris, Sep 29, 2015.
It is in Europe. Not sure if our "ice blue" is the same formula as the American "blue".
I'm really into the clubman brand! Takes me back to my childhood barbershop! Rocking the special reserve right now!
It's very close to the original Shulton version, but it doesn't seem to last. It practically disappears between rubbing it between my hands and splashing it on my face.
I like the old Royall Lyme formula, the lead stoppered version.
Also Old Spice Lime and Musk.
Farina Kölnisch Juchten. Since replaced by Farina Russich Leder. Both are 'Russian Leather' fragrances, and both are rather difficult to find. The Kölnisch Juchten is much, much more expensive. The few ml. I have is one of the best leather scents I have ever smelled.
I went and got the family dollar spice in the pictures bottle above.
it smells very much like the old spice in the bottle with the side view of the ship( not the sloop sailing on the newer bottle). and is different than the red peg bottle.
I'll try it tomorrow for durability. funny I'm pairing it with soap commander endurance.
happy coincidence, I guess.
I picked a couple of bottles of Guerlain Derby. Good price as this stuff is hard to find. Smells awesome but not so good for healing.
I'm thinking about that Special Reserve myself. I do love Clubman and am currently finishing up the 16 oz. Country Club A.S.
There is a little sticker on the bottom that says Blend 7. I guess they used the same containers for different aftershaves, kind of like how they do with the car bottles. I have several containers of aftershave, some cars, some chess pieces most of them are filled with either Spicy or Deep Woods. The Blend 7 mug container is the only one I've found with that particular aftershave in it.
What do you think of the Dollar spice?
Pinaud Lilac Vegetal
Booster Oak Moss
Booster June Clover
Paco Rabanne pour homme
I'm a 4711 guy because of an old German lady -- my mom.
Check my SOTD, i just posted.
it smells nice, but doesn't last very long
Maybe that's why it's only a dollar. I would scour eBay for a vintage bottle of Old Spice.
I would love to get my hands on some original formula old spice. Just putting that out there haha.
For the past year or so I've enjoyed English Leather and Stetson, but with an added plethora of menthol crystals. As one gets low British Sterling will be the next addition.
A 1976 vintage of Royall Bay Rhum from the original compounder in Nassau:
~1960 Shulton/Clifton, NJ Old Spice
Wonderful!! Where did you buy the corks for the Clubman bottles?
I've gotten add Avon Wild Country to my list, for the price this stuff is dynamite.
Lowe's Big Box. In the hardware/fasteners section. They come about five to a package.
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