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Old German Clay - Offering with Beechwood and Horn Stem
Decent enough for a clay
This pipe is nice for shag cut tobacco. (Most clay pipes are better at smoking shaggy cuts, from what I noticed.) It is an overall good pipe and I don't wish to discredit it, but one glaring flaw is the metal reinforcement on the stummel. It was not seated or glued properly to the stummel. That is the only gripe I have. It is a fair price for it in my opinion however. 3 stars, I may buy another.

Brebbia - Balkan 50g
Balkan Beauty
This blend is supremely unique in that it lacks Virginia tobacco, which usually causes tounge bite, at least to me. I think there should be more tobaccos like this willing to go out on a limb and try something that few would dare. It is a pleasant Balkan style blend with plenty of flavor.

Drucquer & Sons - Loch Ness 100g
Scotch I can smoke
Aaron T has it right, this blend both tin note, nose note and after taste are of a single malt scotch of 12 years or more. I don't know how the madman did it, but with all of that considered, Mr. Pease, never get rid of this, and if you reading this haven't tried it and like a "English" family tobacco then this is a must-try.

Warped - Kings Stride 2oz
King of the sewer.
It just smells god-awful and fresh tin smoking IS NOT recommended. Give it time to meld the flavors a little better, because it tastes like vomit from fresh out of the tin, a few months really mellows that flavor down to only smelling like vomit and tasting like a stale factory second cigar, and trust me when I say I live in a house with two women and both absolutely hate when this is lit. It is a great outdoors smoke however and quite easy to light even fresh from the tin. I most likely will not buy this again.

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