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G. L. Pease - Spark Plug 2oz
Enigmatic
It's like freshly cracked head bolts. It's like hot motor oil, blown head gaskets, and burning brakes. This stuff is great. Keep a tin in the toolbox.

Hearth & Home - Black House 1.75oz
Serendipity
A delicious smelling tobacco and a thoughtful interpretation of the original Balkan Sobranie 759 with 23 years of age that I smoked all those years ago.

G. L. Pease - Bankside 2oz
It's the people
I didn't come here to talk about tasting notes or run a string of adjectives ad nauseam. When I smoke this medium to full bodied, lightly floral blend what I think about are the people behind this tobacco. Thanks to Greg and Jeremy for bringing pipemen another deliciously engaging perfectly blended tobacco.

G. L. Pease - Penny Farthing 2oz
Shagadelic
I ignore anything new Greg does, because I already know I'm going to love it. Perfect cut and flavor for the Old London Series. Pack it tight, go easy on the match and sip it slowly. Oh yeah baby.

G. L. Pease - Samarra 2oz
Roaringly Good
"A kitchen sink blend with a London attitude." Best of all... a pipe smoking tiger. Thanks Greg

Cornell & Diehl - Bluegrass 2oz
Perfectly Balanced
I'm not usually compelled to write tobacco reviews, after all we are all different and our experiences are singular. However I think I am now familiar enough with this blend to make some more or less informed comments about this tobacco. Well balanced, and after 3 - 6 months age the Virginas are sweeter but not cloying. The Perique exhibits a pepperiness on the retro-hale but fades into the background mid-bowl with a piquant end game. The Dark-Fired Kentucky bringing with it chocolate under tones. The nicotine level is sufficient as a first bowl in the morning or as the last on a rainy, cool evening in the south.