I only started growing my beard in January. That is to mean, purposely growing my beard. Prior to that, I had merely ceased to shave my face, since October, for a variety of reasons (tiredness and laziness being two). With this recent found mindful intention of growing my facial scrub, I eschewed the practice of my region for the last 50 years or so, of growing the natural, scraggly, weedy root system of a beard: The Hippie Beard. Though I am not a man of high fashion, I do wish to be presentable and kempt. This effort to contain the scraggle, that is my facial foliage, has had me buying and trying a variety of beard oils. I quite enjoy the Whisky Barrel Aged Beard Oil (Limited Edition). To bear the manly musk of whiskey essence, fortifies my confidence and tames the wild hairs on my face. My wife loves the softness it imbues and alleviates concern for an unwanted exfoliation as she leans in to kiss my cheek. Yes, I would say that I enjoy the Whiskey Barrel Aged Beard Oil (Limited Edition), for it’s aromatics, it’s ability to hold and soften, it’s limited edition-ess, make it a fine purchase. My only concern with using this product is this: Should I be pulled aside for speeding, how I should convince the attending officer that the ambrosia of whiskey is upon my beard, and not upon my breath?