Best Selling Bulk Pipe Tobaccos

The 25 top selling bulk pipe tobaccos here at smokingpipes.com. This list is automatically generated by our software once per day. This calculation is also used to determine the tinned tobacco sales rank that you find on each tobacco.

Lane Limited 1-Q
Components: Virginia, Black Cavendish
Family: Aromatic
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Northman
...in social situations and for both beginning and advanced pipe smokers. I say socially, because 1-Q is the quintessential pipe smoke whose aroma non-pipe smok ... Read More
...in social situations and for both beginning and advanced pipe smokers. I say socially, because 1-Q is the quintessential pipe smoke whose aroma non-pipe smokers remember with fondness. The room note is so pleasant that anyone who complains about it is just plain being a freakish, high-minded wood tick. Good for beginners because 1-Q doesn't take a lot of fuss to enjoy. It's a good one with which to learn to pack a pipe because I've always found it easy to light and also forgiving if I don't get the pack quite right, and we do tend to learn from our mistakes where packing a pipe is concerned. And, you'll get a good Virginia tobacco flavor along with the light sweetness of the casing. Good for advanced pipe smokers too because, having worked at a local tobacconist for a couple of years after college, this was far and away our best seller to young and old pipe smokers as well as our most common ingredient in blending. It's a smooth, lightly sweet flavored tobacco without being overpowering on the tongue. That light sweetness feels natural to the tobacco too, not heavy as with some other cased products like the cherry or whiskey flavored aromatics, nothing against them. An excellent choice with which to begin your pipe smoking odyssey, and you'll likely return to it again and again as well, as one does with an old and trusted friend. P.S. My own experience was that once I wanted to expand my palate and choices, a good place to go from Lane's 1-Q was to try McClelland 2010, followed by McClelland 2000. Read Less
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Peter Stokkebye PS403 Luxury Bullseye Flake
Components: Virginia, Perique, Black Cavendish
Family: Virginia
Cut: Coins

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Lane Limited 1-Q
Components: Virginia, Black Cavendish
Family: Aromatic
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Northman
...in social situations and for both beginning and advanced pipe smokers. I say socially, because 1-Q is the quintessential pipe smoke whose aroma non-pipe smok ... Read More
...in social situations and for both beginning and advanced pipe smokers. I say socially, because 1-Q is the quintessential pipe smoke whose aroma non-pipe smokers remember with fondness. The room note is so pleasant that anyone who complains about it is just plain being a freakish, high-minded wood tick. Good for beginners because 1-Q doesn't take a lot of fuss to enjoy. It's a good one with which to learn to pack a pipe because I've always found it easy to light and also forgiving if I don't get the pack quite right, and we do tend to learn from our mistakes where packing a pipe is concerned. And, you'll get a good Virginia tobacco flavor along with the light sweetness of the casing. Good for advanced pipe smokers too because, having worked at a local tobacconist for a couple of years after college, this was far and away our best seller to young and old pipe smokers as well as our most common ingredient in blending. It's a smooth, lightly sweet flavored tobacco without being overpowering on the tongue. That light sweetness feels natural to the tobacco too, not heavy as with some other cased products like the cherry or whiskey flavored aromatics, nothing against them. An excellent choice with which to begin your pipe smoking odyssey, and you'll likely return to it again and again as well, as one does with an old and trusted friend. P.S. My own experience was that once I wanted to expand my palate and choices, a good place to go from Lane's 1-Q was to try McClelland 2010, followed by McClelland 2000. Read Less
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Peter Stokkebye PS400 Luxury Navy Flake
Components: Virginia, Perique
Family: Virginia
Cut: Flake

Top User Review By: Olmstead
You can't go wrong with this stuff. Open up the bag and you smell what you'd expect; bready Virginias, rum, and a bit of that Stokkebye sweetness. The flavor's ... Read More
You can't go wrong with this stuff. Open up the bag and you smell what you'd expect; bready Virginias, rum, and a bit of that Stokkebye sweetness. The flavor's right about in the middle of light n grassy and the dark and malty type Virginia. I rate a blend as it is out of the package, and this one is great. Given time I imagine it'll age well. A great value for the Virginia smoker as well. Read Less
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F & K Lancer Slices
Components: Virginia, Latakia
Family: English
Cut: Broken Flake

Top User Review By: Cremona
To me this is the #1 tabacco among the few absolute favorites I have. The most exquisite taste and nose to my palette. I feel like eating it, it effects me so.
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Lane Limited BCA
Components: Black Cavendish
Family: Aromatic
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Jimmie R
As I have mentioned in other reviews I have only been smoking a pipe for 2 weeks. This so far after smoking several other blends I have found for my Virgin pale ... Read More
As I have mentioned in other reviews I have only been smoking a pipe for 2 weeks. This so far after smoking several other blends I have found for my Virgin palette, this is to me the easiest smoking pipe tobacco yet. I smoke this like a freight train and have yet to find it to bite me, it just didn't happen. It has a little flavor not much. This is the smoothest tobacco I have ever smoked in my life. In my opinion if you're a new pipe smoker and you're not able to smoke this blend you might as well lay the pipe down. Read Less
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Peter Stokkebye PS402 Luxury Twist Flake
Components: Virginia
Family: Virginia
Cut: Flake

Top User Review By: Olmstead
Update: After trying GH Bob's Chocolate Flake, I find that Luxury Twist Flake has a topping that's quite similar - sans the Lakeland essence. This is a great fl ... Read More
Update: After trying GH Bob's Chocolate Flake, I find that Luxury Twist Flake has a topping that's quite similar - sans the Lakeland essence. This is a great flake with a beautiful presentation; LTF does not disappoint. On the other hand, it is probably not going to please Virginia purists with such a distinctive casing. The pouch/tin note smells like powdered hot cocoa mix and fresh-baked bread. Its room note is pleasant as well. Preparation is easy, and behavior is good. Whether you choose to rub it to ribbons or fold-&-stuff, it's hard to mess this one up. The smoke is creamy, with a flavor that's mildy sweet with hints of cocoa and brown sugar, and I find it to be almost entirely bite-free. Additionally, the nicotine level is very low—even a big pipe of this on an empty stomach wont make you dizzy or ill, making it a very agreeable flake. As for aging, blends that are good when fresh—especially Virginias—are a thing of greatness, and this is one of 'em. With that said, it absolutely gets better with age. Still, it's nice to buy fresh flakes and be able to enjoy them as is. LTF is a perfect blend for those who want a Virginia flake with a sweeter twist, and if you liked Luxury Navy Flake, it's likely you'll enjoy this as well. Read Less
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Arango Balkan Supreme
Components: Virginia, Latakia, Orientals, Black Cavendish
Family: English
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Richard F
I've been pipe-smoking for 45+ years and "grew up" with the OLD Balkan Sobranie, Dunhill 965 and Standard Full, Rattray's Red Rapp and Black Mallory a ... Read More
I've been pipe-smoking for 45+ years and "grew up" with the OLD Balkan Sobranie, Dunhill 965 and Standard Full, Rattray's Red Rapp and Black Mallory as well as Bengal Slices, State Express, etc. While I have found nothing like these old blends, some of todays are very smoke-able. This, however, raises the bar to another level. If you have been lamenting the old/good stuff, this is worthy of your attention! I wanted to give it 5 stars, but somehow the website wouldn't allow it. Give it a try, you won't regret it! Read Less
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Cornell & Diehl Haunted Bookshop
Components: Virginia, Perique, Burley
Family: Burley
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Grabow john
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Erik Stokkebye 4th Generation Evening Flake
Components: Virginia, Perique
Family: Virginia
Cut: Flake

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Gawith Hoggarth & Co. Dark Bird's Eye
Components: Virginia, Dark Fired Kentucky
Family: Virginia
Cut: Shag

Top User Review By: Stephen E
I've been making an effort to try all GH bulk blends, especially the strong ones, because they are just such amazing tobaccos in general. What I've found, gen ... Read More
I've been making an effort to try all GH bulk blends, especially the strong ones, because they are just such amazing tobaccos in general. What I've found, generally speaking, is that while sharing many components and similarities they are all unique and singular blends to be enjoyed in their own way. Dark Birdseye might be the new crown jewel of my collection. Full, rich, deep, sweet, smoky, and spicy flavors of dark fired Virginia and Kentucky that's just burst onto your palate and give lasting flavor. Even after putting it aside for a few hours or a day it doesn't overpower. Strong enough to satisfy, smooth enough to smoke multiple times per day, and with enough dark virginia sweetness to keep bringing me back, I'm really enjoying dark Birdseye right now. When I put it down and come back I notice a very rich and delicious cigar aroma from the smoke that is just heavenly. As I near the bottom of the bowl the flavors deepen and the smoke strengthens, but since it isn't a super strong blend I simply enjoy the transformation. My batch came with the perfect moisture content to be packed and smoked right away. I tend to smoke this one in a meer or cob, and I pack it tight and filled to the brim. Rarely requires even a single relight based on my experience so far, and is one of the easiest blends to smoke that I've yet to put in my pipe. Leaves very little moisture in the bowl. Contrary to some of the other reviews, I don't view dark Birdseye as a top strength blend in the same league as brown twist or Kendall Kentucky. Yes it is on the stronger side but should be manageable to all but the most sensitive of smokers when it comes to nicotine, especially when smoked at a leisurely pace. You can always pack a smaller bowl if you disagree, but whether you like a large bowl or small I highly recommend giving this fine blend a try. Read Less
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Newminster No.400 Superior Navy Flake
Components: Virginia
Family: Virginia
Cut: Flake

Top User Review By: Chris S
Guys and gals this is a real bargain. I love it fresh or aged a bit. This is a Virginia that from first light to the last puff is creamy and in the pastry rea ... Read More
Guys and gals this is a real bargain. I love it fresh or aged a bit. This is a Virginia that from first light to the last puff is creamy and in the pastry realm. It smells like a bowl of Golden Grahams cereal. I like to fold and stuff for best results but rubbing out is sublime too. It does have a slight earthy quality but on the sweet side. Sometimes I get a touch of cinnamon, but overall is toasty and bready and doughy. Burns super easy. I love it! Read Less
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Lane Limited RLP-6
Components: Virginia, Burley, Black Cavendish
Family: Aromatic
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: AT Valleau
Ok, one bowl of RLP-6 was enough to make me a fan of this blend! I know I'll need more time with it to get to really know it, but my first impressions are very ... Read More
Ok, one bowl of RLP-6 was enough to make me a fan of this blend! I know I'll need more time with it to get to really know it, but my first impressions are very favorable. Many of the other reviews of this blend mention flavors like vanilla, nougat, chocolate, and various fruit. I guess I could taste some of these things, like the vanilla, but more than anything I was tasting caramel, something rather creamy, some nuttiness, and banana. Especially banana! No kidding. Banana! I didn't see any other reviews here or elsewhere mention a banana flavor. Maybe it's just me. Banana... Hmmmm... Anyway, don't get me wrong: I LOVE banana! And I love this blend. Also, there was plenty of real tobacco flavor in the mix, especially nuttiness from the burley. Great stuff, huh? I guess for me at least, RLP-6 drives me bananas AND nuts! Cheers. Read Less
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Peter Stokkebye PS17 English Luxury
Components: Virginia, Latakia, Burley, Black Cavendish
Family: English
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Gregory H
I've tried many English blends -- and will continue to do so to satisfy my curiosity -- but this remains my daily smoke. Flavorful with just the right Latakia p ... Read More
I've tried many English blends -- and will continue to do so to satisfy my curiosity -- but this remains my daily smoke. Flavorful with just the right Latakia perfume. Read Less
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Sutliff 507C Virginia Slices
Components: Virginia
Family: Virginia
Cut: Flake

Top User Review By: AT Valleau
I am definitely a Virginia and Va/Per lover. I have recently been having an affair with burley, particularly the lighter, OTC blends. I've come to like most bur ... Read More
I am definitely a Virginia and Va/Per lover. I have recently been having an affair with burley, particularly the lighter, OTC blends. I've come to like most burley-based blends very much. I guess my tastes in pipe tobacco are fairly eclectic: I also like light English blends and certain other latakia blends - long as they aren't "lat bombs". But I find myself always coming back to Virginia and Va/Per blends. So, after the fling with burley, I wanted to get several good quality Virginia-Va/Per blends for a nice change. Sutliff's Virginia Slices was one of them. I must say that the presentation is very interesting and attractive. These slices are cut considerably longer than most other flakes I've seen. I read that this is a European style. These slices rub out pretty easily, but my preferred method of flake preparation is a variation of "fold & stuff" I think of as "wad & stuff". So, I pulled a slice into a shorter section, then took a bit and simply wadded the tobacco into a ball and stuffed it into the bowl of my pipe. I repeated until the bowl was full. Bag note: smells like fresh, good ole tobacco. I couldn't detect a topping. This tobacco lights and burns readily to a fine, gray-white ash, and very few re-lights required. As with other Virginia blends, smoke this slowly to get the most flavor. Sip it! The smoke was cool and lasted a long time. Now, I usually have difficulty tasting the citrus notes everyone describes with Va blends. Plenty of grass and hay and all that, but citrus always seems to elude me. But with this blend, I was able to detect it! That sorta citrusy taste was subtle and would shy away whenever I tried to reach for it, but I was definitely getting it with this blend. Some earthiness in there, too, but lots of good, solid tobacco taste. Most Virginias leave a good after-taste for me, and Virginia Slices is no exception. It is also not hard on the tongue provided you don't huff n puff it. My favorite straight Virginia is G.L. Pease "Union Square"; Virginia Slices isn't going to beat it, in my opinion. But, just the same, this blend is tasty. Yes, it is a basic tobacco that is one- maybe two-dimensional. But, sometimes that's what is needed. This blend is good, especially for the price. I recommend it! Read Less
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Sutliff Z92 Vanilla Custard
Components: Virginia, Burley, Black Cavendish
Family: Aromatic
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Eliezer S
Great Tobacco. Smokes cold, smokes dry, does not itch the tongue, great aroma, great flavor and the best thing is that smokes so easy. In a small pipe of 1.2 in ... Read More
Great Tobacco. Smokes cold, smokes dry, does not itch the tongue, great aroma, great flavor and the best thing is that smokes so easy. In a small pipe of 1.2 in chamber depth you can smoke for about 40 minutes smoking pleasurably. This is my 4th Sutliff tobacco and none disappointed me, I can say that it is a house that gives great guarantee on the quality of their tobaccos. Read Less
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Mac Baren HH Old Dark Fired Ready Rubbed
Components: Virginia, Dark Fired Kentucky, Burley
Family: Burley
Cut: Broken Flake

Top User Review By: Matthew David
EDIT: 06/20/2019-2 years on and this is still one of my favorite blends. The DFK keeps drawing me back. Mixed this with some Five Brothers recently... wow, j ... Read More
EDIT: 06/20/2019-2 years on and this is still one of my favorite blends. The DFK keeps drawing me back. Mixed this with some Five Brothers recently... wow, just wow. What can be said that hasn't already been said about this amazing blend?! Not much. I will just add my own two cents by saying that this is probably one of the most satisfyingly pleasant blends I have smoked to date. Really rich, wonderful flavor that gets only better as you work your way through the bowl. The flavor that it ends with is the highlight for me. There is a cocoa like flavor that comes through about halfway down. There is a bit of a nic-kick here to, so if you're a lightweight, smoke it on a full stomach and take your time. Another thing about this blend, it ages REALLY well. Buy yourself enough to enjoy right away and enough to squirrel away in your cellar. If you like Dark Fired Kentucky, this is one of the best I have tried thus far and it has been holding steady in 1st place of my tobacco rotation. Read Less
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Cornell & Diehl Pegasus
Components: Virginia, Burley, Black Cavendish
Family: Burley
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Olmstead
A quintessential Burley blend. It's simple, nutty, smooth, and satisfying. Leaves a room smelling nice too. Pegasus is like a boutique version of Carter Hall—it ... Read More
A quintessential Burley blend. It's simple, nutty, smooth, and satisfying. Leaves a room smelling nice too. Pegasus is like a boutique version of Carter Hall—it's smoother, and way more flavor that doesn't fall flat halfway through the bowl. The Burley is the main flavor. Flavor-wise, the Virginia is like a condiment in Pegasus, adding just a little hint of natural sweetness (not too much). Speaking of sweetness, the Black Cav. in Pegasus is unsweetened, so it doesn't stifle or overwhelm the other flavors, nor make it too sweet, and it's used sparingly—just a few flecks here and there. I get an ever-so-slight taste of honey and cocoa, even vanilla. These flavors are so faint that this could simply be the [wonderful] interplay between the tobaccos. Pegasus won't bite unless pushed real hard, which is a nice trait in any Burley blend. Medium on the nicotine front. Bob was a genius blender, and I'm so glad that C&D carries on his legacy by continuing to make Pegasus. I hope they keep it up! Read Less
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Gawith Hoggarth & Co. Kendal Gold
Components: Virginia
Family: Virginia
Cut: Shag

Top User Review By: TRIGUND
Great shag Virginia I like it better that the C&D bright Virginians as they are lighter and burn up way to quick. This has more of a mellow not darker but h ... Read More
Great shag Virginia I like it better that the C&D bright Virginians as they are lighter and burn up way to quick. This has more of a mellow not darker but heavy note. I personally love to role ciges with this for when I have some friends over for poker night and they love it. I don't smoke cigarettes. So for me this is also my best go to when I want to smoke my corn cob =) Read Less
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Kramer's Father Dempsey
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Components: Virginia, Latakia, Orientals
Family: English
Cut: Ribbon

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Peter Stokkebye PS52 Proper English
Components: Virginia, Latakia, Orientals
Family: English
Cut: Ribbon

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Sutliff Creme Brulee
Components: Virginia, Burley, Black Cavendish
Family: Aromatic
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: DennisMadison
Yes it's wet and yes it's actually a little sticky but this has to be one of the most flavorful aromatics I've ever tried. It takes a little extra effort to li ... Read More
Yes it's wet and yes it's actually a little sticky but this has to be one of the most flavorful aromatics I've ever tried. It takes a little extra effort to light but once it's going it burns really well with a nice thick smoke. Surprisingly it doesn't have that chewing gum effect of losing all the flavour before your done. It keeps it's flavour right to end. I'll be reordering this! Read Less
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Cornell & Diehl Billy Budd
Components: Virginia, Latakia, Burley, Cigar
Family: English
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: dotri1967
Billy Budd reminded me, briefly, of McClelland's Coyote Classic Full, which is one of my all-time favorites, but the resemblance was ephemeral, as the unique qu ... Read More
Billy Budd reminded me, briefly, of McClelland's Coyote Classic Full, which is one of my all-time favorites, but the resemblance was ephemeral, as the unique qualities of Billy Budd came to bear, such as Burley and Cigar Leaf which Coyote Classic does not have. Conversely, Billy Budd does not contain Oriental/Turkish leaf that distinguishes Coyote Classic. Billy Budd has a rounded flavor, no sharp notes. It is Latakia forward, which is perhaps the quality that first invited my comparison with Coyote Classic, as well as the fact that the tobaccos used are premium in every respect, no inferior Burley leaf as a cost saver here. It was a little slow to stay lit, but once it was lit, it stayed lit to the bottom of a large bowl. The nicotine is, I would say, past medium bordering on strong. The Cigar Leaf is evident without giving the impression of a cigar. It is a cool smoke with no chance of a tongue bite. The room note is strong but not offensive, although some who are sensitive may disagree. It burns to a fine gray ash, with no dottle, and no moisture. Read Less
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Cornell & Diehl Latakia
Components: Latakia
Family: Blending
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Souldawg175
I know you are supposed to mix it. I mixed mine 50/50. Latakia/latakia. My buddy (Awesome guy) brought this over to try. I filled up my biggest bowl (Missouri ... Read More
I know you are supposed to mix it. I mixed mine 50/50. Latakia/latakia. My buddy (Awesome guy) brought this over to try. I filled up my biggest bowl (Missouri Meerschaum General) and smoked it. This was smooth, smokey, silky, and sultry. I am hard-pressed to understand the need to mix it with other stuff, unless you are trying to make it last longer (best guess?). This was a great smoke. I am trying to figure what blends that good use some extra help to use it on... or maybe another straight indulgence. Read Less
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Peter Stokkebye PS306 English Oriental Supreme
Components: Virginia, Latakia, Burley, Orientals, Black Cavendish
Family: English
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Souldawg175
I ordered this with about five other tobaccos. I had recently discovered English blends were my true love, and I wanted to experience new blends. This mixture s ... Read More
I ordered this with about five other tobaccos. I had recently discovered English blends were my true love, and I wanted to experience new blends. This mixture stunk up the box and everything in it. I was not to be deterred. I separated the bags, and I went with this one second. The tin/bag note was awful, which has come to be a promising sign where English blends are concerned. I packed a bowl and lit up. The charring light was heavenly. It only continued to get better. This is a fine blend. Although I am not a burley fan, it really does a good job of balancing out the virginia well. There is no tongue bite, and the black cav adds a touch of sweetness, without overdoing it. The latakia is notable, but not over powerful. All things considered, this is a fine medium strength English Blend. Read Less
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Cornell & Diehl Bayou Morning
Components: Virginia, Perique
Family: Virginia
Cut: Ribbon

Top User Review By: Timothy S
The SP description lays it out. Not for the faint of heart. If you're new to VA/Per's, don't go here. Go with a 10-15% perique. Also, the particular Perique th ... Read More
The SP description lays it out. Not for the faint of heart. If you're new to VA/Per's, don't go here. Go with a 10-15% perique. Also, the particular Perique that C&D uses is very intense. It's dark, oily, musty deliciousness. The VA's in the blend are excellent. Sweet, clean favor. The perique in this blend is above excellent. It's what perique should be. Hints of dark fermented fruit. Only slightly "peppery". A nice loose leaf blend. Packs and lights perfectly, smokes through with only the occasional re-light. No bite, no gurgle, only a small dottle left un-burnt. Yes, it's full and intense. Yes, it strengthens as the bowl progresses. This is not a "light" blend, and not meant to be. It's heady and them some. I cannot say enough about the perique used here. The VA's are good, but there are lots of good VA's out there. This perique is special - very special. It's full flavored and totally satisfying. I looked for years for "my" favourite VA/Per - this is it. Heads and shoulder above and C&D blend I've ever tried - I found most of theirs sorta bland. This - this is wonderful. I will be buying pounds of it. Read Less