Double Trouble is an ode to Bill.
Bill lived through the Great Depression and was all the stronger for it.
He was a WWII pilot so he could serve his country as well as see the world, one of his planes being a B-25 dubbed “Double Trouble”.
Bill was full of heart and always a believer in something bigger than himself.
Quick witted and a master storyteller, he was quite a character.
A family man and an avid sailor, Bill was someone you could always depend on.
To leave this world a better place than before you were here. To live a life to be proud of. That’s what he taught, by how he lived his. A man who lived by example, not empty words.
Double Trouble needed to reflect Bill. The name not only honors the plane he flew, but is a testament to the man himself. A war experienced, yet caring and adventurous man who loved deeply.
The scent: masculine, simple on the surface, yet a bit more complex underneath. Something that doesn’t demand attention, but if you give it a moment, you’ll understand it.
Leather and motor oil give us a feel for the adventures Bill had in the war. Cedar honors his steadfastness in times of comfort and war. Coffee, a toast to the richness life can bring through family and loved ones. And finally, a touch of rose rounds out the scent just as his wife, Kathryn Rose, rounded out the honorable man we pay tribute to.
Stearic acid, tallow, water, Shea Butter, potassium hydroxide, castor oil, fragrance, glycerin, sodium hydroxide, lanolin, palm kernel oil, marshmallow root, babbasu oil, meadowfoam oil, tussah silk.
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