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I am upgrading my morning ritual shave.
I get free shipping if I order $99 and am
looking at several @ 14 oz twin bottle selections to make the 99 @ ebarbershop.com.
Many familiar scents, but I am feeling adventuresome.
Dragon Noir sounds adventuresome. has anyone used, or smelled it?
I don't want to be like my brother and his criteria for fine wine- under $5 at Trader Joes and a pretty label.
 

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I am upgrading my morning ritual shave.
I get free shipping if I order $99 and am
looking at several @ 14 oz twin bottle selections to make the 99 @ ebarbershop.com.
Many familiar scents, but I am feeling adventuresome.
Dragon Noir sounds adventuresome. has anyone used, or smelled it?
I don't want to be like my brother and his criteria for fine wine- under $5 at Trader Joes and a pretty label.
Pretty good scent, but perhaps too dated (80's/early 90's).
That's why I always prefer to go more classical (Acqua di Parma, Penhaligon's...)
Cheers

V.
 

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I must admit when I saw the name it reminded me of the 70's aftershaves....
Blue Stratos
High Karate
Denim
Brut
Old Spice (great bottle and even now the smell reminds of the talc I used to stop my school trousers from itching!)

and for the Ladies 'Tramp' - the parfum de toilette spray.

Some really tacky adverts. How we have moved on!
 

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Brut

I can't seem to forget you, your Wind Song stays on my mind...

Brut is not only still around, I think they sponsor a college football bowl game.
Well in the name of the boxer Henry Cooper - "Splash it all over!"
 
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