Grandpa's Barbershop Goat's Milk Soap
This one takes me back to when I would go with my dad to the barbershop in our little town. The barber had been there in the same shop for as long as anyone could remember and was such a professional he could cut and style your hair in one of two ways. There were always two older gentlemen sitting in the shop talking about either the price of cattle or how the local high school football team was going to make to the state finals that year. The last touch of the haircut was when the warm lather machine would whirl up and the smell would fill the tiny shop. When that smell would hit it was nearly time to go. The barber would always end with a handshake and saying, "Until next time sir. You have good one."
A clean blend of beragmot, basil leaf, and oakmoss with a light touch of patchouli. One of my favorites.