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    Despite the fact that it was 100 degrees in Burbank a couple of days ago, Autumn is here and I thought I'd get some recommendations of soaps that are perfect for the weather cooling down, the leaves changing and the holidays nearing.

    A new one I picked up recently is Festive Parlor by Ballenclaugh. A heady scent of tobacco, orange, clove and leather. What are some of your favorites?
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    Year round....my go to is bay rum

    I have several others and maybe closer to Christmas I will use some minty scented ones.
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    There are a ton of soaps that are warm for fall/winter. On a more "holiday" note, one of my new favorites is Oleo Soapworks, Old Orchard Cider, a fantastic soap and a terrific fall scent. It's also about time that I pull out Mike's Sweet Pumpkin Spice and Mike's Vetiver.

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    Windsor from D. R. Harris and Tabac are soap scents I like for cool weather.

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    I’m with leatherstockings on the DR Harris Windsor. Always been one of my favorite woodsy scents. I may use any soap or cream but cooler weather brings out the medicated Thayer witch hazel for its peppermint scent. Lately my go to has been caties bubbles LMDR and baumbe.
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    Tabac and Penhalligon's Blenheim Bouquet.

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    Leviathan from Barrister and Mann is one that I just got and is going to be a favorite of mine for fall. I can tell already. If you aren't familiar you should take a look
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    I Coloniali Mango Oil soap and Rhubarb Softening cream, D. R. Harris Windsor, Marlborough, and Twenty Nine (rose-geranium warmed with accents of cinnamon and clove), AoS tallow sandalwood soap and current cream, Savonnerie du Moulin Tempete.

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    I can definitely say that I have cold weather soaps and warm weather soaps but I can't say that I have an autumnal soap. With Obie singing the praises of Oleo I might just have to buy a puck of the Old Orchard Cider and join the party.
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