Cheshire Shaving Soap
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. 4 oz, Made in the USA
Didn't like fragrance
Bought soap & splash. It's still Glissant, wich is good, but did not care for the fragrance. Wasn't what I thought it would be. Smelled almost like a fougere... like dirt & bitter leaves =P. Not for me. Supposedly it's Will's own favorite scent of his, too. I don't get it =/
Great shopping experience
Great products and great customer service!!
One of my favorite soaps
Seville was always my favorite Barrister & Mann shaving soap. But Cheshire is right up there with Seville. I don’t drink tea, so I don’t really know what Earl Grey tea smells like, but I’m told it smells similar. All I know is it has a nice lemony smell with some other earthy notes. And I like that the scent is subtle. My wife doesn’t like strong scents. It performs really well just like all B&M soaps. This is definitely a favorite.
I have been a fan of Barrister and Mann ever since I discovered the tribute Mr. Carius gave to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy about 3 or 4 years ago with his popular 42. Since then I have been a regular user of his many soaps including Barrister and Mann’s Classic line of soaps and aftershaves. The quandary I have every morning is which one will I shave with that day. Cheshire shaving soap by Barrister and Mann is one of my favorites after trying most of the other, soaps, gels and creams going on 50 years. I have no doubt you will be quite satisfied by putting this product in your rotation.
Cheshire Shaving Soap-Smooth
Cheshire is classic Barrister and Mann. Scent is unique and pleasant. The lather is rich and thick, with pleasing slickness. The soap itself stands up even in a ****** shower without becoming diluted. My favorite feature is that the soap yields a thick, glistening lather rather than one that is airy or insubstantial. That sets it apart - not only from national brands, but even other artisan brands. No wonder I have stuck with B&M since my first use.