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(This post was last modified: 07-29-2015, 04:13 AM by lahai1dj.)
For the soapmakers on DFS, I'd like to know what soap you are most proud of that you feel might be underrated or hasn't received the acclaim it deserves.  In other words, what diamond in the rough is out there that wet shavers haven't discovered yet Smile
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Member
Los Angeles
If you're taking about scent, Soap Smooth Lyon is the one I like most, but since I inherited soap making, this scent was not created by me. The scent I am most proud of that was created by me is Soap Smooth Bergamotes de Nancy Heart
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#3

Soap Slinger
Burnsville, MN
I don't really understand why Green Tea & Bergamot doesn't get more love. It's a great scent, walks that line between herbal, spicy and sweet all at once.
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Merchant
Arkansas
Glastonbury. I'll keep making it because I love it, my wife loves it, and we do have customers who love it. But it is a slow seller because people are afraid the patchouli will dominate the blend.
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#5
Great idea for a thread. I'm sure these will all get added to my must try list.
Head Shaver
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(07-31-2015, 04:28 PM)ezlovan Wrote: Glastonbury. I'll keep making it because I love it,  my wife loves it,  and we do have customers who love it.  But it is a slow seller because people are afraid the patchouli will dominate the blend.

Adding it to my "Must Try" list.
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#7

Member
Metro Detroit
What a great idea for a thread! It does add to my SAD, but it is very interesting, too.
#8

Member
Danville, CA
Yes, great idea for a thread.  I will definitely keep following this one for the vendor replies and new ideas for soaps/aftershaves.

Sometime in late 2014 when Catie's Bubbles LPV was getting a lot of hype I saw a post on one of the FB groups from Chris Cullen about Tonsorial Parlour being one of his favorites so I figured that was good reason to try it.  Glad I did as it quickly became one of my all time favorites.  I even purchased a back-up which I am sure I will need sometime in the year 2025.
#9
Great question and great answers.
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(07-31-2015, 04:28 PM)ezlovan Wrote: Glastonbury. I'll keep making it because I love it,  my wife loves it,  and we do have customers who love it.  But it is a slow seller because people are afraid the patchouli will dominate the blend.

I got a sample with my last order, its freaking awesome!  Keep making it!
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