James’ review – Noble Isle Whisky & Water Hand wash and lotion

by Annabella on July 5, 2012 · 4 comments

| in Body balms & lotions,Hand wash

When Annabella told me that someone was going to send her hand wash and lotion that was made of whiskey I thought she was having me on. Bourbons and Whiskies are my preferred drinks of choice and I wondered how on earth could they be turned into beauty products!  Although thinking about it I’m not surprised Annabella does come up with some unusual stuff…..

Whisky & Water Hand Wash

I wanted to try this straight away but of course I was banned from using it until blog photos could be taken. First the lighting wasn’t right, then she didn’t have time, and then she decided to take photos outside……you get the idea!

I had to laugh when I read the ‘Dufftown Distilleries’ on the packaging which reminds me of the Simpsons. Silliness aside, Noble Isle have managed to make a superior hand wash that does indeed remind me of the amber nectar without the stench of having a night on the tiles. The scent is musky and manly and doesn’t make me feel like I’m using some fruit cocktail to wash my hands. I love the way it looks in the bathroom and the pump gives you just enough to wash your hands without drying them out.

Whisky & Water Hand Lotion

Now this isn’t something I would normally use because I never thought I’d have to, but seeing as Annabella is usually slathering herself with all sorts of creams and whatnot I thought I would join in! The hand lotion also smells like a musky manly scent and it’s light enough without making my hands feel greasy. And again I love the packaging.

Now if Noble Isle are listening I think they should make a Whisky & Water shower gel because I would definitely buy it.  I don’t normally get excited about shower gels unless they are high quality which I know this would be. Of course Annabella would love to exfoliate herself stupid with some kind of whisky barrel scrub so go get crackin’ Noble Isle!

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Maddy July 7, 2012 at 2:24 pm

I found you on the Ceriselle.org bloggers map, and thought that you might be interested in entering a giveaway for an event in Nottingham over on my blog? madisonsassortment.blogspot.com
xxx

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Maddy July 7, 2012 at 2:25 pm

I’d like to try these!
I found you on the Ceriselle.org bloggers map, and thought that you might be interested in entering a giveaway for an event in Nottingham over on my blog? madisonsassortment.blogspot.com
xxx

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Annabella July 7, 2012 at 4:20 pm

Thanks for contacting me hun, just left a comment on your blog! xoxo

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las artes July 9, 2012 at 8:56 pm

When the distillery was built in 1892 it was outfitted with second hand still from Lagavulin and Glen Albyn . This might seem a bit odd at first, but the use of second hand stills from other distilleries that were demolished or refurbished is actually not that uncommon. These days Balvenie has no less than eight stills (4 wash stills and 4 spirit stills); two of them were added in 1965 and one in 1971.

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