Sample sizes are an awesome way to try out a scent before you buy a bigger bottle, and they go great in your travel kit (just refill the bottle from your full size). This is a single pack of five of our top-selling scents in our smaller 1 dram bottles.
Woodsman: has a delightfully woodsy scent to it and it will have you looking for your axe, putting on your flannel shirt, and getting ready to do some manly things indeed. Women and men will 'ooh' and 'ahh' at the brilliant luster of your beard and mustache. They might just hug you a little longer than you were counting on just to take in the fine woodsy scent of your magnificent and full facial hair - happens to me all the time!
Barista: It will remind you of your favorite trip to the northwest. The wafting of a dark chocolate small batch coffee with a touch of Texas bourbon, steam curling into the air just outside your tent as the wind blows in the delectable scents of the mountain, air laden with rich cedar & pine, and just a touch of sandalwood softly lingering on the beautiful bohemian girl you found yourself waking up beside.
Barbershop: We want to bring back those days with our newest Beard Oil, Barbershop. Designed specifically to evoke that 1950's Barbershop smell, this oil will take you back in time.
R.E. Byrd: Upon applying the beard oil you can almost imagine yourself donning your cold weather gear, pulling the tent flap aside and bracing yourself as the cold mountain air hits your face. You close your eyes, mentally gearing yourself up for what you are about to walk into, ask R.E. for that last swig of mulled whiskey, and bravely take on the world!
Simply Vanilla: Upon opening the bottle, you can almost imagine yourself wandering into a Madagascar market and smelling the exotic and enticing whiffs of vanilla that slowly waft from the vendors touting their opulent wares. Some say Vanilla is one of women's favorite scents and an aphrodisiac of the highest order - I will let you find that out for yourself...
Not sure how to apply? Check out the full beard oil tutorial here.