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BrandPhilip Morris
Manufactured ByPhilip Morris
Blend TypeAromatic
ContentsBlack Cavendish, Burley, Cavendish, Kentucky, Virginia
Packaging14 ounce tin, 2 ounce pouch
ProductionNo longer in production
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Mild to Medium, Strong
Mild to Medium, Strong
Medium, Full
Room Note
Tolerable, Strong
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JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (2851)
Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Medium Tolerable

The tobaccos were greatly sublimated by the soapy, perfumy, toppings, of which anise and perhaps bourbon were among them. The grass and citrus from the Virginia, sugar from the black cavendish, nuts, earth and wood from the Kentucky and burley were just noticeable enough that you knew they were there. The nic-hit was just past the center of mild to medium. The strength almost hit the medium mark. The taste was medium. Didn’t bite, but fast puffing could get one a harsh note or two. Burned at a reasonable pace with a mostly consistent flavor. Left a little moisture in the bowl, and needed a few relights. Was not an all day smoke, and would ghost a briar in short order.


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paulw Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
paulw (72)
Strong Strong Full Strong

This was a vintage still sealed tin tobacco that was 94 years old.The tobacco was a cubed burley cut with anise casing.The tobacco was majority white burley with specks of black cavendish.I opened tin it was bone dry but still smelled of anise casing my dad said he thought it smelled more like honey.The room note was of a strong burley tobacco but for being unhumidified for over 94 years it smoked pretty darn good.

Pipe Used: Greenwich house briar pipe

Age When Smoked: 94 year old tobacco

Purchased From: Heath piersiel of crappy pipes

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