My next review is the Strop Shoppe’s Bay Rum. If you’re wondering, no it doesn’t come with the deer soap dish; that came from the fellow I bought it off of.
Posted September 18, 2013
Posted August 23, 2013
About a decade ago, Coate’s Brushes Ltd was purchased by the famed brush-maker Simpson, who eventually stopped production of those branded brushes as well as the creams they were making, and sold off the brand. Someone re-started the brand up in 2010, however producing a different (and more limited) line-up than the original scents available. That having been said, there’s a lot of people who think that those original formulations were very much so underrated in their time. In fact, our host Mantic is on record saying that their Tea Tree cream is (or at least was, in 2006) one…
Posted July 24, 2013
While their products had come rather highly recommended, I had held off on placing an order with Prairie Creations for quite some time, largely due to the fact that they don’t allow for orders outside of the US to be placed through their main website, requiring you to place it by e-mail instead. But, when I decided to do so, the proprietor Krissy was extremely helpful, and quick to respond.
Posted July 17, 2013
Posted June 26, 2013
Unlike most of the shaving soaps I review, this one isn’t based upon a recommendation from someone else. I stumbled across Country Heart Soap while doing a bit of searching on etsy, and I’m rather glad I did. The samples I got from them all smelled quite nice, and all seemed to be reasonably strongly scented as well, as I’m sure anyone who’s been following my reviews knows I prefer.