Review: King’s Crown

Review: King’s Crown

King’s Crown has, what you might call, experience. Their trademark was registered in 1774, back when the Weyersberg family of Solingen, Germany was in the business of making swords. The business became razor blades, exploded to include leather shaving accessories and skincare, and they’ve been in the men’s grooming business ever since. I took the time to try out their

Review: Brickell’s Travel Products

Review: Brickell’s Travel Products

Some people love the idea of free grooming supplies at hotels. As for us, we can’t see getting excited about thimble sized shampoo and conditioner—besides, we like to know what we’re using. That’s why we’ve invested in some travel-sized grooming supplies from Brickell. What We Like The size, duh. 59mL is a pretty convenient size for dopp kits, gym bags,

Review: Kent & Bond Body Brick Soap

Review: Kent & Bond Body Brick Soap

Want to win some of this Kent & Bond soap? Check out our contest details below! Here’s a short list of reasons we love bar soap. It’s simple. Our grandfathers would recognize it. Bar soap doesn’t require frantic or extreme marketing. If your bathroom contains a straight or double edge razor, a badger-hair brush, a leather dopp kit, or anything

Boutique Grocery Stores in Toronto

Boutique Grocery Stores in Toronto

Since the recession first hit, Toronto fine dining has swung decidedly downscale, with the city’s trendy eaters instead becoming enamored with “upscale” versions of traditionally unfussy, economical standbys like eggs, grilled cheese and hamburgers. A curious corollary is that middle class types are more than willing to pay inflated prices for (here’s a buzzword that we really wish would go

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