If whiskey makes you frisky, belly up to these fine whiskey scents!
Why "Hair of the Dog"?
Wait, does someone want to smell like a dog? No... Let me clarify:
"The expression 'the hair of the dog,' for an alcoholic drink taken to cure a hangover, is a shortening of 'a hair of the dog that bit you.' It comes from an old belief that someone bitten by a rabid dog could be cured of rabies by taking a potion containing some of the dog's hair." from Lexico.com
So, basically, if you use this soap (or cologne) when you've got a hangover, it'll act (theoretically) as a hangover cure!
P.S. Do not ingest dog hair from a rabid dog. This doesn't work. Medicine and our understanding of the human body has come a long way since the Medieval times.