- December 13, 2016
- Bobert Brush
Welcome! This is the fourth in my series of global Consumer Guides for various beard oil industries around the world.
Welcome! Any body taking a casual glimpse at the UK beard oil industry could easily mistake it for the wild
Welcome gents. This is the 2016 Bobert Brush consumer guide to Canadian Beard Oil. Strictly no bullshit. As I was
Now I’ve been collecting beard oils for a long time now. I’ve reviewed my fair share of them. If you said
When I first starting growing a beard, I wondered to myself simply: Is there maybe something I can put in
Since I started harvesting and reviewing the planet Earth’s entire stock of beard oils, I’ve racked up a fair amount
Opening Comments One has to marvel at the shear number of ‘woodsy’ scented beard oils hitting the market. The virtual
Opening Comments The more beard oils I review, the more I find myself becoming interested in perfume. And I’m deeply worried
Opening Comments Some days Bobert Brush is inclined to think that every man and his neighbor is starting to produce beard oil.
Opening Comments Today’s specimen makes its way to us from Norfolk, England. It’s called “The Ringmaster” – by Bobo’s Beard
Opening Comments What’s blue, smells absolutely incredible and has a sketch of a tough looking mustachio’d bouncer on the front?
Opening Comments What kind of person would name their company after a peregrine falcon? What kind of products would they
Opening Comments It’s not every day I get a specimen arrive from Finland. Well… I had been a little curious
Opening Comments It’s Monday in Bobert Brush’s household. And Monday is beard oil review day. Just like Tuesday, Wednesday and
Opening Comments Landing on my desk today is a specimen known as the ‘Cedar Spice’ from Lucky Scruff. It has
Opening Comments Today we examine the Vanilla Smoke from Brown’s Beard Oils. The specimen has made its way to us
Opening Comments Bobert Brush likes nothing more than a nice cuppa tea. Apart from a cup of coffee. But that
Opening Comments When a specimen makes it way to my desk containing macadamia oil, my ears open wide and I
Opening Comments Today’s specimen has meandered its way around the globe from Derbyshire, England, where it is brewed by the crew
Opening Comments I’ve had a shocking realisation over the last month: not all oils are created equal. As a professional beard
Opening Comments As I lay drinking my morning coffee, my concubines gently massaging my chin, I pondered upon the world’s
Opening Comments Today’s specimen arrives to us from US based outfit The 2 Bits Man. The company presents itself very
Opening Comments Today’s specimen has been harvested from Queensland, Australia. Family run business Beard Mate is headed up by chief
Opening Comments Today I have a specimen from Brisbane based Australian beard care specialists The Urban Swagman. The Swagman’s stated
Opening Comments This specimen comes directly from The Old Street Barber Co, who hail – as it happens – from
Opening Comments This specimen has been acquired from the shores of a land named England, from the county of Kent. From
Opening Comments This specimen comes all the way from the rainy wastelands of Scotland, courtesy of the merry band at White Rabbit
Opening Comments Gentlemen, we have here not only a “beard oil” but a “luxury beard elixir”. Bobert Brush has high expectations!
Opening Comments This specimen has been shipped in all the way from Newcastle, England, where Good Day Organics owner Chris
Opening Comments Once in a while something comes into your hands that just oozes quality. From the bottle, the cap, the applicator,
Opening Comments The Morbitorium is a specialist oddity and curio shop, based in the country of Wales. They specialise in
Opening Comments Something that makes me rejoice at starting this project in the first place. I dreamt of seeking out
Opening Comments One can’t help but feel joyful when a small blue glass bottle full of hand-crafted beard oil arrives
Opening Comments One of the fascinating things about being a beard oil collector is experiencing the diversity of the beard
Opening Comments The first thing one is struck by when opening this bottle of beard oil is the glorious colour.
Opening Comments Friday is a day of relaxation in Bobert Brush’s household. But one can’t relax for too long, when
Opening Comments This oil arrived at my desk on a Tuesday morning. And as I sat down to perform another
Opening Comments This gigantic bottle of special beard sauce comes in from South Australian artisan and barber extraordinaire Jorge Viota. Jorge has