Kramer's - Father Dempsey
My favourite English
This is a beautiful blend, and has a great history. I love English blends and have tried a wide variety. I'll continue to do so, experimenting with new blends is one of my favourite pastimes, and I'm yet to find an English that ticks all the boxes for me like Father Dempsey. SP - please don't ever drop the Kramers blends!
A & C Petersen - Escudo Navy Deluxe 50g
#1 for a reason
Tin sales rank is #1 at the time of writing, and I can see why. I enjoyed this straight from the tin when I first bought some, but now with a little age on it, it seems to be improving immensely. Escudo really turned me on to VaPers, and I think it will stay in my regular rotation permanently.
Cornell & Diehl - Virginia Flake
I bought this as a blender, but of course had to try it straight to know what I was dealing with. Smokes fine, I was a bit surprised as I was expecting something a lot more bland. I’ll still probably use it more as a blender but it’s still worth a mention as an easy smoker.
G. L. Pease - Fillmore 2oz
This stuff is magical. I’m convinced Mr. Pease is a wizard.
Cornell & Diehl - Dreams of Kadath 2oz
So, so interesting
Bordering on a spiritual experience. Such an interesting smoke, from start to fine white ash finish.
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