Discussion in 'General Shaving Talk' started by StormyWeather, Jul 28, 2019.
......so what did you get???
Working on it. So far I like these.
Definitely this one.
Smells just like pipe tobacco but not overly strong. Sweet. Love it.
Smells like blueberry pie
And the final haul:
Nice! I've heard good things about Noble Otter.
It smells like Kellogg’s blueberry morning. Exactly.
Two Kings was also a good smell. But it smells true to the name. A really fresh scent competing with an equally strong musky? Scent? It sort of messed with my nose. But in a good way. Just not enough to make top 3.
I've got a sample of BarrBarr. If I like the performance and the overall base of the scent I'll get a tub of it. And I'll order a sample of the Monarch because blueberries are one of my favorite fruits.
So just smelled it again. Still maintain it’s a similar artificial blueberry to blueberry morning. Although it almost seems like a hint of something else. Like as if they were trying to make a blueberry morning cologne.
Regardless it smells great to me.
Also I had a smell of barrbarr. To me it smells like a fainter more muted stirling barbershop. Maybe a little more complexity. Not bad, but not my favorite.
Had my better half smell monarch again today. To her, it smells like a very faint sweet floral, with notes of lavender. To me, all it reminds me of is blueberry morning because that was my immediate first impression / kneejerk reaction on smelling it. We both agree it could be classified as very sweet floral, but not overpowering.
I just bought blueberry applesauce.....ANYWAY, BACK TO SHAVEN
don't you like blueberries sir?
Yes...also have blueberry frozen waffles.
NO is one of 3 Texas-based companies I've discovered(thus far, I should be fair to say). I have soaps from the other 2(Central Texas Soaps and The Soap Exchange), just not NO yet.
Blueberry pie. End of story.
Altho, on a recent trip to Las Vegas, I had blueberry pancakes drizzled with lemon curd. So yummy.
My sugar rose 20 points just writing on this thread.
We are multi-enablers around here.
I think what you meant to say was "End of SENTENCE" not "Story" But I'll give you credit for liking blueberry pancakes, so you're good.
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