Prohibition Style 5 Butter Shaving Soap- "South Side Fizz" Gin-Lime-Cucumber
Prohibition Style 5 Butter Shaving Soap- "South Side Fizz" Gin-Lime-Cucumber

Prohibition Style 5 Butter Shaving Soap- "South Side Fizz" Gin-Lime-Cucumber

Regular price $19.99

Prohibition Style Vegan based Shaving Soaps provide rich, creamy and ultra thick lather  that both moisturizes and protects for close comfortable shave experience.

Balanced fragrance notes of lime and cucumber make up this shaving soap.  A very fresh scent that isn't overpowering. 

A blend of Shea butter, Cocoa Butter, Mango Butter, Soy Butter and Olive Butter make up this vitamin E enriched shaving soap.   Even with all of the moisturizing butter combinations, you still get a classic hard soap which gives you more shaves per ounce than softer soaps.


It has been proposed that it gets its name from from the Southside Sportsmen's Club on Long Island. According to one story, the drink was the preferred beverage of Al Capone, whose gang dominated Chicago's South Side. The gin imported by Capone's rivals on the North Side of Chicago was smooth, and usually consumed with ginger ale. However, the gin run by Capone's gang had a rougher edge to it, and required more sweeteners to make it palatable. Thus the South Side was born.

This classic Southside fizz was traditionally served without ice, but adding several large cubes or a long spear of ice makes for a fine slow-sipper. For extra decadence, substitute chilled dry Champagne for the club soda to make a minty French 75.

2 oz. dry gin
¾ oz. fresh lemon juice
1 tsp. superfine sugar (or use simple syrup)
8–10 mint leaves
Chilled club soda
Glass: highball
Tools: muddler, barspoon, shaker, strainer, tea strainer
Garnish: mint sprig

Place mint leaves in shaker and gently muddle. Add the gin, lemon juice and sugar, and stir to dissolve. Fill the shaker with large pieces of ice and shake gently—to keep from pulverizing the mint—for about 10 seconds. Double-strain into a highball glass filled with large cubes or an ice spear. Top with chilled club soda. Garnish.

Adapted from The Bartender’s Book, Jack Townsend & Tom Moore McBride, 1951

Prohibition Style is a Canadian Company.  Prohibition Style was born out of everyone's love for classic, quality handmade products, and vintage awesomeness. Prohibition era style is timeless and elegant. They offer a unique and individualized approach to your daily life buy curating and hand making products that will impress and delight both your sense of style and your senses as a whole.

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