Leather and Gunsmoke
Howdy folks. First time customer with Outlaw. Saw the ads all over Facebook, piqued my interest y'might say. Gave it some time to mull over my complete thoughts and really give things a proper go, wanted to give everything a fair shake.
I ordered the Gambler and Blazing Saddles in spray cologne form. What I got was a nice little box that seemed designed with environmental conscientiousness in mind. Paper and cardboard packing materials served to protect the goods, which themselves come in their own nice little slide-out boxes. Likewise included was a thank you note, a bumper sticker, a Clucky novelty chicken, and a Calamity Jane soap sample. Box was made to be a nice backdrop for the goods, so I'll oblige and do just that.
So. Let's talk Blazing Saddles.
I may live up North, but home means Nevada, home means the hills, home means the sage and the pine. I was born out West. So the idea of a cologne that kind of embodied the Spirit of the West seemed pretty enticing to me.
My nose ain't the greatest. I ain't trained to sniff out complex scents, I ain't any kind of sommelier. So, I usually just pick up one or two obvious things. In this case, gunpowder and leather are the stars of the show, making a kind of sweet and peppery combination. Y'know how leather cologne has that kinda faint sweetness to it? That's in there. The gunpowder reminds me of the ol' capguns we used to play with, that kind of intoxicating peppery musk. That's all I personally get, but they're…
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Rated -1 on a scale of minus 2 to 2, where minus 2 is Not Strong Enough, 0 is Exactly Right and 2 is Too Strong
Rated 0 on a scale of minus 2 to 2, where minus 2 is Slower Than I Expected, 0 is As Fast As I Expected and 2 is Faster Than I Expected