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    My Autumn favorites in no particular order: Windsor by DR Harris, Blackbeard/Tobacco by WSP, Tuscany/Ben Franklin/Nag Champa by Stirling Soap Co.
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    When Highlander said "There can only be one!" he probably was not referring to shaving soaps; and, in my shave den, there are two distinctively autumnal offerings, both by Colleen Hurley, "Soapmistress" of The Gentlemen's Quarter: Pumpkin Spice. and Desert Ironwood.

    I like to pair the first with L'Occitane Eau de L'Occitan, and the second with Calvin Klein Obsession for Men.
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    Mystic Water:
    Vetiver & Oakmoss
    Sandalwood Rose
    Egyptian Dragon
    Bay Rum
    Brown Windsor
    Bergamot/Cedar/Juniper

    Jabonman/Eufros:
    Sandolo

    Mike's:
    Vetiver

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    Terroso
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    Mickey Lee : Reunion
    One of my all time favorite takes on Vetiver and a fantastic soap to boot.

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    Gentlemen,

    I don't have any seasonal soaps and creams. I just use what I have in the current standard rotation: Martin de Candre, Castle Forbes, D.R. Harris, Panna Crema Nuavia Blu, Oleo Shaveworks variety, Hasslinger, Wickham 1912 Russian Leather, LA Shaving Co. and a couple others I can't remember — too comfortable at my desk to walk to the shave den and find out.

    This summer I used a lot of Castle Forbes lime. Citrus scented soaps and creams don't strike my fancy all that much, but I had the stuff and thought I should try to finish it. I have three big drawers full of shave soaps and creams below the shave den counter. Now and then I add something new to the rotation. Oh, what fun all this . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by neehooya View Post
    Tuscany by Stirling Soap Co.
    I agree on Tuscany! One of Stirling's best, if not THE best, scents.
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    Have to add TTFFC's Devil Cut.. 👍

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    fall scents- Stirling Gatlinburg is amazing. Probably not a scent for everyone. At first it wasn't sure about it, but man did it grow on me. I like stronger smelling soaps though. Be sure to read the description if you want to buy it...
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    I’m not sure if this soap would count as autumnal but Proraso red has a sandalwood scent in it that has a warm and inviting scent to it. For winter time I’d say Proraso green because it has a menthol/minty feel and fragrance to it.
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    Stirling Gatlinburg, Proraso red, Pre de Provence 63, Panna Crema Nostalgia, Tuscan Oud

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