Stephen, if chaps truly want a Vetiver, then I'll do one ... but in stickform first ...
if response is good, then perhaps a jar. But I hope these
chaps truly know the scent of Vetiver. I would use the pure oil so there is
no room for anyone to say they don't like it. I don't want to hear it
smells like burnt rubber, or smoldering wood ash, or old gym socks, or dirty
underwear ... again, I will use genuine EO and the highest quality, so the
scent will be dead-on accurate. I see some chap mentioning Vetiver by
Salter ... well, if memory serves me correctly, Salter's Vetiver is not
based on 100% Vetiver ... so Salter cannot be used as a comparison with
something based on 100% Vetiver. There are a couple colognes on the market
called Vetiver, but they are not pure Vetiver so, again, cannot be used as a
comparison. I love the scent of pure Vetiver, which is woody, smoky, earthy.