Items from Steerpike

  1. Floris Elite

    I'll be clear from the outset- I really don't like this fragrance. Now I'll go into more detail: Topnotes: As soon as I put it on, I'm...
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  2. Geo F. Trumpers Curzon Cologne

    Pleasant cologne, although like some of their other colognes it does smell a little dated. That said, to many younger people it may be so...
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  3. Geo F Trumpers Sylvestor

    The scent of this cologne is very old fasioned, most would probably say dated. That said it has a majestic, complex quality that is quite...
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  4. Trumpers Spanish Leather

    This really is the best leather cologne out there. What the scent of Imperial Leather soap aspires to be, this cologne is. Wonderfully complex,...
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  5. Crabtree and Evelyn Nomad Shave Cream

    This is a perfectly good shave cream, lathers up nice and rich, does not dry on the skin, and has reasonable moisturising qualities. It also feels...
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  6. Trumpers Wild Fern

    I got a bottle of this as one of the first in my recent exploration of Fougeres, and it hasn't dissapointed me. It's a massive cut above Brut...
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  7. English Leather Shaving Soap Stick

    Got a stick on ebay because I love the hand soap so much. The hand soap as it is currently made reminds me a lot of Trumpers Spanish Leather, but...
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  8. Taylor of Old Bond Street Sandalwood shave stick

    Got this have stick along with the aftershave, I don't know why it took me so long to get round to reviewing it. I don't know if it's the same...
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  9. Trumpers Almond Shaving Soap

    Lovely stuff, the sweet scent is delightful first thing in the morning, gives me an appetite for breakfast. Somehow despite the sweetness it...
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  10. Joseph Rogers "Barbers Friend" 6/8

    Part of the kit I'm assembling for my friend, had to test shave with it of course, so here's the results: Price: just over £5 -can't fault...
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  11. Carborundum Hone No. 101A

    This is a hone I got on behalf of a friend, for whom I'm gathering the tools to start straight razor shaving. Didn't cost me much (ebay!) but...
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  12. Exide Combination Razor Hone

    The Exide combo is an excellent hone, it does the job quickly and well, and is a breeze to use. I'd recommend it to a beginner over the...
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  13. J Hatfield & Co. 6/8

    This is one of my favourite razors. I paid £10 for it (grudgingly, my most ornate razor cost less!) but on further consideration, you pay much...
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  14. Bonsa Extra Hollow Ground

    Another blade I paid a fiver for, took 5 mins to tune, and have been getting consistently brilliant shaves from ever since. It is a Bonsa Extra...
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  15. Thomas Taylor's "Everlasting"

    I paid £4.50 for this razor. I'm thinking it's from around 1880, but would love an expert's opinion on this. [ATTACH] There are people...
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