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Three Nuns: Three Nuns Green 1.75oz

Product Number: 003-582-0003

Handsorted Virginia is the wrapper leaf of the blend. The inlay consists of Perique, Virginia and Dark-Fired Kentucky. Three Nuns Green is a pipe tobacco made according to English tradition.

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  • Components: Dark Fired Kentucky, Perique, Virginia
  • Family: Virginia
  • Cut: Coins
Customer Reviews (7 Total)
Overall Rating:
3.50 out of 5 stars
Very good
September 11, 2018
Product: Three Nuns Three Nuns Green 1.75oz
Having never smoked the original, I can only base this on its stand alone merits. It’s a fine tobacco in its own rite! Easy to handle, easy to rub out and burns very well. Have read other reviews that say the DF KY is way foreword but I don’t really ... Read More
可能是太干了
May 13, 2020
Product: Three Nuns Three Nuns Green 1.75oz
可能是烟草的湿度不够,香味没有释放出来,自己加湿试试
Buzzzzed
September 03, 2019
Product: Three Nuns Three Nuns Green 1.75oz
This is the blend I go to when I really would like a nicotine buzz. Not sure if its the Perique content or what, but this blend always hits me when I go to it.
Poor Three Nuns
August 04, 2018
Product: Three Nuns Three Nuns Green 1.75oz
Very bland. Poor excuse for a Va/Per tobacco. Back to the drawing board. Let STG try to re-blend this famous tobacco.
Delicious
May 02, 2021
Product: Three Nuns Three Nuns Green 1.75oz
I'm not a tobacco snob, nor am I a wine snob, but I love both and know what I like. I know, that's awfully plebian, but it's still true, and I've veen consuming both for over two decades. As a fan of Virginias, the tin has that wonderful smell of a ... Read More
Delicious
May 02, 2021
Product: Three Nuns Three Nuns Green 1.75oz
I'm not a tobacco snob, nor am I a wine snob, but I love both and know what I like. I know, that's awfully plebian, but it's still true, and I've veen consuming both for over two decades. As a fan of Virginias, the tin has that wonderful smell of a ... Read More