Shaving Soap Sample: Cheshire
Arguably one of the most famous blends of tea in the world, Earl Grey is believed to be named after Charles, the Second Earl Grey, and was first produced by Charlton & Co. of Jermyn St. in London around 1880. The tea is traditionally flavored with bergamot, a peppery relative of orange from Italy. Its distinctive scent had never been re-created in shaving soap until Barrister and Mann® decided to give it a go.
We blend American clary sage, bergamot, and small amounts of lavender and patchouli to create a very realistic interpretation of the smell of Earl Grey (the tea, not the man). It's our founder's favorite, and we think you'll love it too!
Net wt. 1 oz, Made in the USA
Directions for Use
Just unwrap the sample and smush it onto a plate or into your favorite bowl or jar, then lather! Each sample is an ounce of lathery goodness, perfect for travel or just for trying out something new.
- Earl Grey
Classy scent, outstanding performance
I tried a sample of this product from a purveyor several years ago and did not like it. Enjoying the smell of Earl Grey tea I was a bit perplexed at the time. I decided to give this one another try while ordering some other samples directly from B&M and boy am I glad I did. Omnibus is my favorite base out there at the moment and Cheshire, for me, is calm and classy scent to fill the bathroom with while I'm doing a couple passes.
Love the soap
Performs great, nice complexity to the scent