Does your Gambler whiskey inspired lotion really smell like whiskey?

Does your Gambler whiskey inspired lotion really smell like whiskey?

The Gambler whiskey bourbon inspired lotion Some people are super enthusiastic at the prospect of smelling like their favorite boozy beverage, but several people worry that it might be more of a socked-in-the-jaw-with-alcohol experience.

That's why I'd like to assure you that the Gambler isn't a rough-and-tumble aggressive scent, it's inspired by whiskey. We think it pairs well with whiskey, not that it smells directly like whiskey itself. It's the scent of boldness and fortune, which often smells like bourbon, cigars, and a fine leather jacket.

Give The Gambler whiskey-inspired lotion a try today and see what we mean. It's 100% satisfaction guaranteed and we're pretty sure you'll love it.

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