Have you ever thought to yourself, I want to smell like a man.  A REAL man.  Well, thinks to some brilliant folks from Montana, now you can.

Let me start my saying, I'm a cologne guy. It's a family thing that seems to have been passed from generation to generation. It started with my Grandpa Wolf, he was a Brut man.  The apple didn't fall from the tree as Pierre Cardan was my Dad's choice.

When I was old enough to finally wear cologne, as a kid in the 80's, I had lots of choices.  Polo, Drakkar Noir, and Obession were some of my favorites. I still have a few different brands I go with.

I will go with something a little more crisp and light for Spring and Summer, while going a little more earthy for Fall and Winter. There is everyday cologne and special occasion and church cologne. However, in all of my years of wearing cologne, I've never come across anything like this.

2-Stroke Cologne.

Yep, there is actually a cologne that smells like a 2-stroke engine. Not only that, it's made right here in Montana.  What started out as a joke has actually turned into a successful business, even though it took a couple of decades to become a reality.

I totally get it.  I'm one of those people that thinks gasoline smells fantastic.  So, I'm guessing anything that smells like the exhaust of a chainsaw or a snowmobile is going to smell amazing as well. There are a couple of different versions one with alcohol and one without.  Both cost just under 45 dollars a bottle, which is pretty reasonable.


Oh, and  just in case you are wondering, no, you can't actually use it in your actual chainsaw.

I'm going to be honest, I'm more than curious and with Christmas coming up, it might just be the perfect gift.

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