In addition to the traditional Old Spice for Men fragrance, a number of other fragrances have been produced under the "Old Spice" brand.  In each fragrance line, there was an assortment of toiletry products such as after shave, cologne, talcum, shave cream, deodorant, soap, etc.  Four of the most popular fragrances that followed the "multi-product" brand approach were:
        Burley (1967-1973)
        Lime (1966 -post 1991),
        Musk (1974 - post 1991),
        Herbal (1977-1981)

Details on these scents can be viewed by using the navigation buttons to the left.

Several other fragrances w ere also introduced by Shulton, but without the depth of related products (shave creams, deodorants, etc.)    Please note that some of these special fragrances are no longer available.  Information on these fragrances is listed below.

Quick Picks: Blue Stratos, Fresh, Honcho, Yorktown, Night Spice, Santa Fe, Leather, Sea Leather, Oriental Spice, Whitewater,

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Blue Stratos 1980s to 1991

Blue Stratos was introduced by Shulton in the early 1980s, but is no longer part of the Procter and Gamble product line. It is now owned and distributed by Parfums Bleu Limited, 11 Castle Hill, Maidenhead, Berks SL6 4AA, England.

Fresh - 1977 to 1989

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Honcho - 1975

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Yorktown


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Night Spice - 1987


No longer available but quite similar to Grabazzi by Gendarme
 
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Santa Fe - 1988

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Leather - 1985 to 1991


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Sea Leather - 1988

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Oriental Spice


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Whitewater - 1999


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Ice Rock - 2000 

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Lagoon - 2001 

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Mandate - 1976 

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Rapport - 1988

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In 1996 P&G sold INSIGNIA, RAPPORT and MANDATE to DANA COSMETICS.  Some of the INSIGNIA "variations" were likely created by DANA after the sale.