How do you even begin to describe a classic like Old Spice - evocative of childhood memories, unquestioned masculinity, and sex appeal? This original Old Spice after shave lotion is manufactured by Rubicon in India.
In 1938, William Lightfoot Shultz introduced the world to this Oriental spicy fragrance with a nautical theme. It became the scent of a generation. Now owned by Proctor & Gamble, this aroma still haunts the masculine grooming world. Whether you hold to the American version or Indian version or notice no difference at all, "if your grandfather hadn't worn it, you wouldn't exist."
Although it is often derided as old, dated, or even cheap, this is still a masterpiece of fragrance - complex and masculine. The Old Spice after shave lotion opens with spicy, citrusy top notes: nutmeg, lemon, orange, star anise & aldehydes. Then the floral heart becomes apparent with carnation, jasmine, geranium, cinnamon, heliotrope, & pimento. All this is laid on a base of ambergris, benzoin, cedar, vanilla, tonka bean, and musk.