It's not so big that it beeps when it backs up, but it's big. The Big Ass Brick of Soap is modeled after the rough cut, "brick" style of soap used by GIs during the Korean War. At a hefty 10 oz., each Brick of Soap is about 3x the size of common soaps and lasts much, much longer. A portion of proceeds benefits veteran and active duty military.
Busch: Duke Cannon's idea of charcuterie is a plate of beef sticks with a bowl of flavored tortilla chips. And then washing it down with a cold, crisp Busch Beer. And then washing that Busch Beer down with a refreshing shower that includes Busch Beer. They added a hint of Busch Beer to this sandalwood soap so you can smell as clear and bright as mountain air. Head for the mountains of Busch Beer Soap.
Fresh Cut Pine: Duke Cannon does not require the rich aroma of a $7 cappuccino to get him going in the morning, and he doesn't need comfy fashion boots to stay "cozy." Instead, Duke Cannon finds inspiration and warmth in hard work, like a morning spent chopping wood in the solitude of a pine forest. Experience the invigorating scent of fresh split pine and celebrate a return to basics with this American made soap inspired by the lush green wilderness of the Pacific Northwest.
With little refrigeration and poor sewage infrastructure, America in the late 1800’s simply did not smell very good. That’s why hardworking folks would flock to their local baseball diamond, where the distinctly rugged aromas of tobacco, whiskey, and pine tar filled the air. Duke Cannon’s Pine Tar Big Ass Brick of Soap captures the scent of a magical, bygone era when pitchers threw for 9 innings and batsmen went 6-for-6 after four pulls of whiskey in the dugout.
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