Taylor of Old Bond Street

Taylor of Old Bond Street - Eton College Shaving Cream 150g

£8.45
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Taylor of Old Bond Street Eton College Shaving Cream

Taylor of Old Bond Street Eton College shaving cream is a superb, high quality, historical shaving cream which dates back to when Taylor of Old Bond Street were selected to open a barber shop for the Eton Public School. A beautiful masculine fragrance with dominant citrus lemon notes combined with fruity citrus notes of orange and mandarin. All this is blended with gentle floral notes that rest on a base of warm patchouli. Contains Lemon oil and Patchouli oil.

Matching Eton College aftershave or cologne available to complete your shave!

Scent profile: a fresh invigorating fragrance, combining sparkling citrus oils with rich woody undertones. 

Size: 150g

Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Stearic Acid, Myristic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide. Coconut Fatty Acid, Glycerin, Parfum (Fragrance) Triethanolamine, Sodium Hydroxide, Benzyl Alcohol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, (Parfum Contains: Limonene, Linallol)

Taylor of Old Bond Street

Taylor of Old Bond Street is a family run business with over 150 years of providing top quality shaving products.

Jeremiah Taylor first founded Taylor of Old Bond Street on September the 1st, 1854. Jeremiah opened his salon in London's fashionable Bond Street and gained a reputation in British Society for his botanical extracts. The Taylor tradition continued through the next generation with Sidney who opened the now famous flagship store in Jermyn Street, London.

The 'Taylor' brand epitomises classic British style and understated elegance, reliability and quality. The products are manufactured and designed to meet the highest standards and are made out of natural ingredients where appropriate and are parabens free. Taylor of Old Bond Street strive on providing exceptional shaving products.

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5/5
James B 21st Jan 2019

Good citrus cream

Typical performance (good!) scent is not classic Cologne as TOBS claim but a light mixture of tangerine, grapefruit and vetiver to my nose... Very similar to Terre d'Hermes so don't be put off by the Eton/old boys club associations, this is a thoroughly modern citrus.

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