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Mailbag: Where Can I Buy Mirage's Aqua Lime Soaps?

By Chuckmonster on Monday, 14th June 2010 4:39am
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Every once in a while we are asked a question via email whose answer might be useful for the general population. This is not one of those questions. Instead, this post is purely about stemming the tide of a single solitary question that gets asked of us about twice a week.

Ken N. asks:

How can I purchase Aqua Lime products?
Aqua Lime

As some of you know, Aqua Lime is the name of the Gilchrist & Soames toiletries found at The Mirage. My wife - who is a connoisseur of such products - says that the Aqua Lime products are some of the best she's ever encountered in a Vegas hotel room. I'm just glad they don't smell like Vdara's rosemary flavored amenities or the pungent stuff they have at Wynn Las Vegas.

So, to answer Ken's question, Aqua Lime amenities can be purchased via "Mirage At Home" which can be contacted via telephone at 1(888)391-3991 or by emailing retail@mirage.com. Their online brochure reveals that you can also order that wacky orange bolster pillow for ONLY $100!

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Comments & Discussion:

It has always bemused me that Gilchrist & Soames try to evoke an image of a company that was established in the 19th Century in ye olde London, with a store in St. James or Burlington Arcade. The Reality is they are based on a Industrial Park in not quite so olde East of England.

But hey people like the stuff, so what do I know?

I know its a small detail, but I would have thought by now, one of the major resorts would have contracted with a cosmetics company to supply the soap and shampoo, be it someone like Clinque, Calvin Kline, or White Diamonds by Elizabeth Taylor. Ok, maybe not the latter.

That Aqua Lime really does smell good. My wife scored some extras from housekeeping and I still have a couple left...

I've been trying to replicate that scent in my handmade soap for almost a year. I'm not even close. There have been some nice scents from the attempt but still not quite Aqua Lime. I think Mirage could make more money selling that stuff than trying to be a casino if they really went for it. It is by far my favorite hotel soap. (The Bitter Orange soap at the Venetian isn't bad either.)

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