Tasting Notes: Presbyterian

In this Tasting Notes video, Shane returns to tackle the legendary Presbyterian Mixture, an elegant, traditional English blend that earned its call to fame when it was introduced to Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. Tune in as he picks apart the contents of this popular blend, including the dispute over the presence of Latakia.

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    • Michael McCreedy on January 8, 2019
    • I agree with Shane that this Oriental forward blend might fit the bill for anyone who laments the demise of Frog Morton on the Town and it’s elegant Basma component. Good to have this around.

    • Joseph Sedlacek on February 3, 2019
    • Looking for a tobacco which came in a red tin called Macedonian.

    • Cassie D on February 4, 2019
    • Joseph Sedlacek, it sounds like you're looking for the Theodorus Niemeyer - Macedonian Exotic Eastern Blend and unfortunately, that blend is no longer in production. I am reaching out to you via email to confirm this is the blend you're referring to and to give you some recommendations on similar blends to try!

    • Joseph Sedlacek on February 18, 2019
    • Yes, this is the one I have been looking for. Been checking through some of my long forgotten stuff and realized it was in a square type tin. Thanks for the help.

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