Dint Colbeck succeeded Tom Egan as the head of the St. Louis gang called Egan’s Rats, based in St. Louis’ Irish slums, after the founder’s death. Now under Colbeck’s leadership throughout the prohibition era, Egan’s Rats became the city’s foremost name in the gin smuggling business. At their height, their influence extended not only to Al Capone in Chicago, but even all the way to the White House. After his release from jail after his deeds finally caught up to him, Colbeck took up a career in plumbing, but his mysterious trips across the river to East St. Louis in the forties led to him being on the wrong end of a barrel in a long-time-coming reverse of fortune.
Colbeck: This scent employs the scents found in the botanicals of gin, but will not smell boozy on the skin. The scent notes include juniper, citrus, cardamom, coriander, nutmeg and anise.