Keeping a Stiff Upper Lip, regardless...

BIG PEAT Whisky Moustache Wax

£10.00
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Captain Fawcett recently received a delightful request from his dear chum Douglas Laing Esq the esteemed, world renowned blender of the finest Scotch Whiskies.

Absolutely delighted with the superb result, the Captain decided to add ‘BIG PEAT’ Moustache Wax to his portfolio of simply First Class Gentleman's Grooming Requisites.

Slàinte Mhath.

Supplied in an aluminium tin with a screw top lid.

Quantity: 15ml ℮ 0.5fl oz

Description

The task involved the creation of a bespoke, entirely unique Moustache Wax for use by the man himself. Skilfully blending Douglas’s celebrated smokey ‘BIG PEAT’ Islay Malt Whisky with Cedarwood, Cinnamon leaf, Vanilla and Cade essential oils, a luxuriously scented upper lip stiffener was the triumphant result.

How to apply

Top tips for ‘Keeping A Stiff Upper Lip Regardless’

  • Keep wax warm in either a waistcoat or trouser pocket.
  • Use the back of your finger nail to remove a small amount of wax from the tin.
  • Soften wax between thumb and forefinger, smooth into your moustache in an outwards & upwards motion.
  • With your tips now perky, add a smidgeon of wax in a final twisting flourish, thus ensuring a tip top finish.

Ingredients

Base: Cera Flava, Petrolatum

Fragrance: Whisky, Ricinus Communis Hydrogenated, Cedrus Atlantica, Cinnamomum Zeylanicum, Vanilla Planifolia, Juniperus Oxycedrus

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It should be noted that Captain Fawcett and his adventures are a work of wild and fanciful imagination.
Any resemblance between the characters and persons living or dead is purely coincidental.

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