06-16-2018, 02:06 PM
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(06-16-2018, 12:03 PM)Roy Wrote: Zipper, what one is the easiest to lather? I have 2 and Dolomiti lathers with cold water lije crazy. Felce lather best with hot water covering it....

The ones I've used, I bloom with hot water and all are easy to face lather in my opinion...….so far... Shy 
I have not used, Mirto Di Sardegna (Tomorrows Choice), Opuntia & Manna Di Sicilia on Monday & Tuesday.

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 06-17-2018, 05:38 AM
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OK, OK....Today was my first use of Mirto Di Sardegna. Another great soap.... Number_one 
These guys know how to DO IT! The scent is nice, as always it's original.
I don't know if they work hard to make a great soap and the scent just happens 
due to the ingredients or do they work equally hard to make that subtle scent.
So many others are like, Peruvian Night Orchid with a hint of Norwegian pine.
Not SV, it's whatever it is, nice , clean....no slap in the face, it just takes the room.
Something nice is here, can you find it. Cool

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 06-17-2018, 10:30 AM
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(06-16-2018, 12:03 PM)Roy Wrote: Zipper, what one is the easiest to lather? I have 2 and Dolomiti lathers with cold water lije crazy. Felce lather best with hot water covering it....

Roy, in my experience there are a few that may load up easier due to the softness and formation and then there are a few that assemble the lather rather quickly with the right ratio of water.

The ones I could recommend for easy use would be Dolomiti, Stella Alpina and Opuntia. I have adjusted to some of the softer consistency soaps but have been trying to load a bit less lately. It has helped using the same soap without rotation.


(06-17-2018, 05:38 AM)zipper Wrote: OK, OK....Today was my first use of Mirto Di Sardegna. Another great soap.... Number_one 
These guys know how to DO IT! The scent is nice, as always it's original.
I don't know if they work hard to make a great soap and the scent just happens 
due to the ingredients or do they work equally hard to make that subtle scent.
So many others are like, Peruvian Night Orchid with a hint of Norwegian pine.
Not SV, it's whatever it is, nice , clean....no slap in the face, it just takes the room.
Something nice is here, can you find it. Cool

Myrtle of Sardegna is very nice in many senses. I really appreciate the scent a lot! But the lather protection and post shave are even more appreciated. I probably will get another shave or 2 with Stella Alpina and then move over to Dolomiti or Tundra Artica next. Glad you are enjoying your SV soaps.

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 06-18-2018, 04:44 AM
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Today I tried the Opuntia. The scent is the mildest of the five SV I've  used to date.
But it lathers like a champ. 20 seconds on the clock gave me this.
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Yes.....I have a clock over the mirror.... Angel 
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Everything else on quality of shave is just what you get with SV..... Number_one

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