Finished.!!

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I've finished my travel pot of TOBS Mr Taylor. I wouldn't recommend their travel pots as the cream was a little dry to start with. The tub doesn't have a plastic gasket thing in the lid to keep it fresh. It was more like a soft soap. I'll be using this tub to house a soap puck.

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Have you tried the Cyril Salter tallow puck? It has a nice scent and superb performance, doesn't cost much and it's made in the UK. I think it might fit in that container.

 
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A 100 ml bottle of M&S Woodspice Original aftershave. It’s a shame as I don’t know when I’ll be able to re-stock since our annual pilgrimage to England and Scotland to visit the family is on hold for an indeterminate time. On the bright side, I’ll purchase a bottle of Tabac aftershave to tide me over.
 
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Have you tried the Cyril Salter tallow puck? It has a nice scent and superb performance, doesn't cost much and it's made in the UK. I think it might fit in that container.

I've got a Mühle Sea Buckthorn to go in the tub. Still in the wrapper for the moment.
 
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Finished my Phoenix & Beau - Obsidian shaving soap.

Bought this in 2006 and have used it 41 times.
It has an earthy,smokey vetiver scent; quite unusual but I liked it a lot.

I found its performance a little odd as it never quite gave me that thick luxurious creamy lather I get from other soaps; just lacking the rich body of other lathers. Having said that it didn't seem to have any negative effect to the shave and performed just as well as others.
So overall a top performing soap.

Would I buy it again? Well no because it was a special edition so probably couldn't anyway. Definitely one to remember.

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This one will definitely be replaced. Punches way above it‘s price point.
View attachment 55742Excuse the grubby looking pot, it’s an old D.R. Harris pot that has seen better days, but still fit for purpose.
I'm in full agreement as far as it being a soap that punches above its price point, I'm pleased to have this in my soap rotation. :) P
 
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