Fellow Barber Barstow Candle

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Fellow Barber Barstow Candle

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The second home fragrance offering from Fellow Barber, the Barstow Candle is reminiscent of an upwind campfire made with scrub oak and mesquite intermingling with a faraway flowering cactus, earthy and warm with a touch of sharp spice.

 

Inspired by Fellow Barber founder Sam Buffa's professional off-road motorcycling career, the Barstow Candle references the famous Barstow-to-Vegas motorcycle race and captures the scents of the low desert in which the racecourse is set. The simple yet sophisticated scent notes feature rosemary and thyme with accents of hot and black pepper, supported by cedar, sage and pine, softened by hints of grapefruit and lavender. The candle is 9.4 oz pour of scented wax housed in a shatterproof, reusable brown cup made by one of the oldest enamelware manufacturers in the United States. Poured in New York City, shipped in a limited edition pine and birch box handmade in Maine, and hand-branded with the Fellow logo in Brooklyn. Made entirely in the USA.

 

Since opening in 2006, Fellow Barber has been the acknowledged trendsetter in reviving and popularizing time-honored barbershop traditions for contemporary men's styles. Fellow Barber's five shops in New York and California offer the highest quality service, without the pretensions of a salon. Fellow Barber's commitment to serving a diverse clientele in our communities has made each Fellow Barber location a go-to destination for superior haircuts, shaves and apothecary products. As a neighborhood shop with international recognition, Fellow Barber has been the subject of numerous press features both domestically and abroad, while also serving as the backdrop for films and television. A recognized industry leader, Fellow Barber now brings the knowledge developed through years of working with our discerning customers to a line of professional, barber-quality products for use in the home.
9.4 oz

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