Low Country: Cooper 2oz

Product Number: 003-384-0002

The confluence of the Cooper and Ashley Rivers create Charleston Harbor, the most important port in the antebellum South. Following trade winds, goods flowed to points north and, especially, across the Atlantic to the great British ports of call. Commemorating the Cooper River's contribution to world trade, we have selected choice Orientals and Cyprian Latakia to accent a base of fine Bright Leaf and Red Virginias to create this exceptional medium English Flake for Low Country.


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4 Reviews
4.88 out of 5 stars
Yawp, barbaric or otherwise
April 20, 2015
By: Alexander O.
This stuff makes me happy. It reminds me of Presbyterian; if you haven't tried Presbyterian, stop reading this review, add two to your cart, check out next day air, take 5 Ambien, wake up, smoke it, repeat the last step several times, and resume you... Read More
Ages to Perfection
March 04, 2014
By: Randy K.
I discovered a tin of Cooper that I had salted away 5 years ago (if I'm reading the date code correctly!). Mellow Virginia, smooth yet full-bodied Latakia, and the nice zest of Orientals complete a most enjoyable smoke. Kudos to all who added their e... Read More
December 09, 2013
By: Fabian C.
Now, this is an extraordinary english blend!! As a reviewer has said, a SERIOUS ENGLISH BLEND. At the tin this blend greets you with very deep and bodied latakia and orientals, and lightly sweet virginias. The smoke offers a lot of nuances and is ... Read More
Serious English tobacco,
July 09, 2013
By: John S.
I have long been a Presbyterian fan...still am, and that will not change. Someone at Low Country created Presbyterian in a flake form that is INCREDIBLE! This is more English than any Dunhill, or Sam Gawith. I would love to shake the hand of the ma... Read More

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& Characteristics

  • Components: Latakia, Orientals, Virginia
  • Family: English
  • Cut: Broken Flake