Madame Moustache: A Perfume of the California Gold Rush

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Madame Moustache: A Perfume of the California Gold Rush

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On the American Frontier you needed backbone and sheer wit to not only survive, but prosper. Eleonore Alphonsine Dumont, aka Madame Moustache, had both in stride. Originally born in France (at least that's what she claimed), Dumont was a notorious gambler hustling her way through mining camps and gambling houses in the West. She amassed a small fortune only to lose it all to a man of charm, but little substance. With dogged determination Dumont upped her gambling efforts and started her own gambling house "Vingt-et-un" (21) a saloon for stylish gents, no women, save for herself, allowed. Her charm made her the perfect, unassuming gambler, and with the addition of running a brothel, she found her fortune back in excess. When her beauty faded she became known as Madame Moustache, owing to a line of dark hair on her lip - which she wore with pride.

Madame Moustache Perfume Oil contains notes of tobacco pipe, vegan Egyptian musk, fire, and vanilla. This alluring scent is meant for fancy ladies and well kept gents, and smells like a warm campfire. 

To try a sample, please visit the Sample tag in the navigation bar. 9 and 15ml sizes have a roll on ball. Sample bottles are dabbers. Orders take 3-5 days to process, see the FAQ page for more specifics about shipping and gift options.

Ingredients: Jojoba oil, fragrance oils, essential oils

 

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