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Phoenix & Beau Whitechapel Shaving Soap

Phoenix & Beau Whitechapel Shaving Soap
Product Code: PBWHITE

  • Phoenix & Beau Whitechapel Shaving Soap

  • 115g plastic screw top jar

  • Handmade in England

  • Smokey & leathery fragrance

  • Limited edition, seasonal soap

Excl. VAT: £14.96 Incl. VAT: £17.95

Availability: In stock

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Handmade in England via the hot process technique and cured for at least 8 weeks. A seasonal soap from Phoenix and Beau, Whitechapel has a fragrance of smoke, leather, sweet and dark. Notes of vetiver, sandalwood, and a hint of chocolate unfold, while jasmine and ylang-ylang provide a soft floral contrast to the profile's dark heart.

Maximum 3 units per order

Ingredients: Potassium stearate, aqua, potassium tallowate (bovine), potassium castorate, cocos lactate, glycerin, potassium safflowerate, potassium shea butterate, lanolin, allantoin, tussah silk and essential oils. Essential oils: vetiver, sandalwood, jasmine absolute, ylang ylang, leather (fragrance oil) and chocolate (fragrance oil)

At the end of Summer in 1888 England, there were 5 murders that all happened in the same place. They call them The Canonical Five, and their deaths memorialised this place. All were different women, but killed by the same man. His name, Jack the Ripper (Leather Apron), who was never caught. The place, WHITECHAPEL. 

1. Mary Ann Nichols (Mother of 5) - Her body was found on Buck's Row (Durward St) which is behind the Underground Train Station. The scent: SMOKE


2. Annie Chapman (Mother of 3) - Her body was discovered in the backyard of 29 Hanbury St. On the other side of the street was Old Truman Brewery that made Porters. The scent: CHOCOLATE/CARAMEL


3. Elizabeth Stride (Long Liz) - Discovered in Dutfield's Yard off Berner St (Henriques St). A witness saw her with a man that night and said, "Watch out, that's Leather Apron getting round you". The Scent: LEATHER


4. Catherine Eddowes (Mother of 3) - Murdered in the south corner of Mitre Square. A flower bed and bench now stand near where her body was found. Scent: LILAC.

 
5. Mary Jane Kelly - Discovered in her bed at 13 Miller's Court off Dorset St. A Rookery of Doss-Houses, a scent you would smell on any given day would be: TOBACCO. The Soap - Leather, Lilac and Tobacco. With a hint of porter (Chocolate and Caramel) and a whiff of Smoke. 

It would be only fitting to name this soap after the place where these women resided and lost their lives: WHITECHAPEL.

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