Noble Otter | The Noir et Vanille Shave Soap

(8 customer reviews)

CAD $21.99

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From Noble Otter:

THÉ NOIR ET VANILLE SHAVING SOAP

Thé Noir et Vanille, which translates to Black Tea and Vanilla is what we envision a late night cup of tea in Paris smells like. Off the soap you pick up beautiful notes of loose black tea. After lathering you start to notice the subtle florals and citrus from the jasmine and bergamot, all while being engaged with a sweet and warm vanilla. Perfect for anyone who loves tea.
Notes:
Bergamot, Loose Black Tea, Jasmine, Strawberry, Vanilla
Ingredients:
Stearic Acid, Beef Tallow, Coconut Milk, Aloe Vera, Glycerin, Potassium Hydroxide, Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Lanolin, Tucuma Seed Butter, Kokum Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance, Bentonite Clay, Tocopheral Acetate, Citric Acid, Watermelon Extract, Whitewillow Bark Extract, Tussah Silk.
Net Wt. 4oz
Made in the USA
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8 reviews for Noble Otter | The Noir et Vanille Shave Soap

  1. Mark Bezzina

    This stuff lathers like crazy, and the tea scent is the best of Noble Otter’s offerings. I was suprised to find the scent works well in the summer as most vanilla soaps are more fall-winter focused.

  2. elliotm411

    great scent, creamy/fruity with a hint of the tea. the tea comes out a lot more when lathered.

    easy to lather and great slickness.

  3. The Velvet Mane

    Oh Noble Otter, I really wanted to be swept away with this scent. I imagined a high society flirtation, with my nose pointed in the air as your regal one; yet I remain dumbfounded. Oh sorry me, why do I smell a cranberry digestive cookie? With a customary twirl of a load and lather that oh so thickened, a cushion that reckoned and a density that heightened with every teardrop, why do my pangs increase? I do believe there is a time for cookies ‘n cream but I’m not thirteen, only a topless middle aged man wishing he was Bryan Ferry sipping more black tea. Oh, Noble Otter how I wish to love thee.

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