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Beau Brummel: We asked our perfumer to create a scent that reminded us of the Gentlemen's clubs of the 18th century. Tobacco and black tea are the dominate notes with hints of fruit and spice. This fragrance is heady, masculine and evokes images of the classic well dressed gentleman, Beau Brummel.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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I purchased this for the MALE geared products but I think this is totally versitile! It is not what I expected. It has these deep sensual but light and fresh notes.. It is so hard to explain... but I was not dissapointed more like pleasently surprised.
I used in CP. Months later it still smells amazing.
This fragrance is intriguing!! It smells good in the bottle but even better and more well rounded once it is in your CP soap curing!! I liked it but wondered how it would do at the market and it was one of the first scents I sold out of. Definitely has become a staple for me.
I just got this today -- can't wait to soap with it -- it smells amazing.
I bought this because I'm always looking for more manly and/or unisex scents. I originally used this with a burgundy oxide, thinking of going for a red velvet in the library kind of vibe. Under colored it and ended up with mauve, so couldn't give it a manly name. Ended up calling it "good book and a cup of tea" because of the tea and spice notes in it. Turned out to be a great seller in the fall. I would not describe this as manly at all, and I swear I get a bit of apple cider mixed in there, but it is a great fall scent, and I'l be bringing it back this year.
At first sniff, I was so intrigued by this fragrance. There's honey, tea, tobacco, and (a tiny bit of) leather notes wrapped in a whole lot of sweetness with just a touch of spice. It truly blooms in CP soap and becomes even better than out of the bottle! I used twice the amount on the fragrance calculator and was perfectly pleased with the strength and longevity of the scent. This is not a manly-man type of fragrance - you will not think of lumberjacks, construction workers, or bonfire-builders when you smell this fragrance. Very much like the original Beau Brummell, this fragrance will remind you of a dandy British gentleman who is very into fashion, particular about when he takes his tea - someone who has never truly had a hard day's work in his life. I think the fragrance could be considered unisex or even spa-like with the heavy honey and tea notes. It's rich, sweet, and clean and I can't get enough of it!
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