A warm blend of tobacco, bay leaf, bergamot, cedarwood and fir needle.
How about three pieces of trivia?
Once upon a time there was a bar in downtown Miami called Tobacco Road that had the honor of being known as the oldest bar in the city.
Tobacco Road is a novel penned in the 1930's which was also made into a Broadway play.
Tobacco Road also refers to the region of North Carolina that produces tobacco.
Olive Oil, Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Shea Butter, Coconut Milk, Cocoa Butter, Castor Oil, Fragrance, Kaolin Clay, Mica
Each bar is approximately four ounces. Typically, each bar weighs more. Please note that this is a handmade product. The design and colors vary from bar to bar.
If you experience any type of discomfort or irritation using the soap, please discontinue use.
Keep the bar dry in between uses. Handmade soaps have naturally occurring glycerin, and that bad boy will suction itself down to a flat surface. To prevent this, place on a grooved soap dish. This will also allow the water to drain off. No soap dish? Stand it on its edge. Also, cutting your soap in half is an excellent way to get more out of every bar. I know this sounds like soap murder but trust me… you want the bar to last.