2 Tabac Bars Soap by Papousantis

$10.00

2 x 125 gram.

The Papoutsanis Aromatics line include soaps that are gentle to the skin, replenishing moisture and nutrients leaving no oily residue. Each soap is prepared with real organic herbs and flowers. Papoutsanis is amongst Greece’s largest and best soap manufacturers. Their fine soaps are highly sought after and are available in several aromas.

The Papoutsanis Aromatics line include soaps that are gentle to the skin, replenishing moisture and nutrients leaving no oily residue. Each soap is prepared with real organic herbs and flowers. Papoutsanis is amongst Greece’s largest and best soap manufacturers. Their fine soaps are highly sought after and are available in several aromas.

Available Sizes

125g

Ingredients

Nutritional Facts

Aromatics Tabac bar soap, with spicy notes of cedar and amber, is a masculine choice

2 in stock

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Description

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We usually associate soap and its scent with a lathery, starched goodness that regardless of gender is associated with fatty aldehydes smelling between wax and citrus, with lavender, with musk, with a eye-squinting sparkle that smells, well, clean. What would one therefore think, and especially millennials accustomed to fruity-smelling bubbles in their shower, upon seeing the name Tabac, i.e. tobacco, emblazoned shamelessly on the paper packaging of a bar of bath soap?

Trust Papoutsanis, a respected Greek company operating since 1870, to cater to the international capital of smoking, that is, our beautiful country. The Greeks, much like the French, are mostly unrepentant when it has to do with the practice, taking their ringlets outside, as ordered by law, but continuing the cancer stick addiction all the same. Papoutsanis Aromatics Tabac Soap thankfully doesn’t quite smell of cigarettes, but it does have the flavorful scent of an unlit pipe tobacco. The soap is hard milled, not the creamy-moisturizing glycerin variety that disintegrates in the soap dish after a few washes, so very dry skin types might heed this warning, but the payoff is a decent lather with a ghosting scent of cedarwood and amber, that is light, subtly musky, rather masculine but quite addictive if you’re the woody-orientals leaning type (I also highly recommend their Musk Soap).

We usually associate soap and its scent with a lathery, starched goodness that regardless of gender is associated with fatty aldehydes smelling between wax and citrus, with lavender, with musk, with a eye-squinting sparkle that smells, well, clean. What would one therefore think, and especially millennials accustomed to fruity-smelling bubbles in their shower, upon seeing the name Tabac, i.e. tobacco, emblazoned shamelessly on the paper packaging of a bar of bath soap?

 

Additional information

Weight .300 g
Dimensions 14 × 14 × 10 cm