Whistle Punk-A Deep-Forest Oud Beard Balm

Scent Profile:  Amber, Oud, Campfire, & Warm Cologne

One third of the Sawyer Series, Whistle Punk boasts a wonderfully-masculine scent profile that brings the depths of the forest to the world of cologne for a beard oil experience unlike any other.

Ruddy Balm pairs nicely (and works best) with Ruddy Man Beard Oil to complete the beard care experience.  With the hold and spread of both beeswax and shea butter, this conditioning agent makes for a fine beard shaper.  Think of it as the "gel" or "mousse" of beard hair.  While it can be used by itself, this balm really shines when paired with your favorite scent of Ruddy Man Beard Oil.  After showering and applying Ruddy Man Beard Oil to your facial hair, take a dime-to-quarter-sized amount into your palm, rub until melted, and work into beard, taming fly-aways and shaping your beard and stache.  

2 oz. tin contains:
Shea Butter
Jojoba Oil
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Essential Oils and Fragrance Oils

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Fantastic product!

We're slowly making our way through the different scents you make, and this one is our absolute favorite so far! Fast shipping, well-packaged, and is wonderful to use on beards!


Love the scent profile and how well it nourishes by beard! Ruddy man for the win

Blake S.
Amazing scent and hold

This is definitely one of my favorite scents. It has a pretty strong cologne smell to it but it’s not overpowering as a balm in your beard. The beard oil for this scent has a tendency to be a bit more potent in your beard and can throw the scent a bit more. No complaints about that, but with the balm it is less so because you don’t use nearly as much. It pairs nicely with other scents… I’ve paired it with the Legendairy beard oil scent and they work well together. It gives my beard a nice hold throughout the day, which is huge for me because I have coarse hair with a bit of kink to it and it can tend to blow up and look huge after a few hours. This keeps it in check.

Paul Baerman
Better than the name implies

This spicy scent begins with a little astringent—clove oil?—and settles down to pure vanilla after a few hours. Probably a good one to use at work.

Joshua Oxendine
Love it

Been loving oud smelling things lately and this balm is perfect.