ICAVEMAN
About Me:
Apart from pipes and tobacco... My other interest are Audiobooks on my iPods, Listening to Rock & Roll while riding my motorcycle..

Low Country - Cooper 2oz
Fantastic
Just finished a tin of this that I had cellared since 2009. I can see this becoming my #2. Sweet, Cool, Delicious. My #1 is Lancer Slices, but I can see this becoming a good alternative back up for me.

Dan Tobacco - Gordon Pym 50g
Flavor
Flavor down to the last puff... And consistent I can't understand why people want a blend that changes as it's smoked... I want something that I'll like from start to finish...

Dan Tobacco - Gordon Pym 50g
Flavor
Flavor down to the last puff... And consistent I can't understand why people want a blend that changes as it's smoked... I want something that I'll like from start to finish...

Dan Tobacco - Gordon Pym 50g
Super
This blend is so understated .. Easy to lite and keep going, Cool, No Bite, No Gummy Residue on Palate... It taste like Chinese Preserved Plums... Sweet and Salt, what we call Salt Prunes in Trinidad... The tin I'm now trying is my first try, but I'll be stockpiling some of it... NB. The tin I'm trying I have had since Sep. 2008... So I'm interested to know if it will be the same with a new tin.

Capstan - Flake Blue 1.75oz
Wow
The nicest Virginia or Flake I have ever smoked… Can burn a tad hot.. Flavour, Flavour, Flavour You want to fill and relight as soon as it is finished.. I find it also gives a great nicotine buzz

Three Nuns - Three Nuns 1.75oz
Fantastic
Easy to light and keep lit… Love the size of the coins, can be used as is or rolled out..

Samuel Gawith - Mayor's Chocolate Flake 50g
What Choclate?
I agree with Ian D. I'm smoking it in a virgin pipe.... Not a hint of Chocolate...

F & K - Lancer Slices
#1
My favourite, will dabble with others.... but this is without doubt the best tobacco ever for me. The broken flake is best of both worlds. Sometime I forget some in a pouch, I just put it in used Tobacco (Cat Food) type tin, with tissue paper moistoned with distilled water and it rehydrates perfectly. Can't seem to find any reference to the manufacturer Charles Fairmont on the net... pity