As I seem to lean toward full flavor blends, this one got my attention. Nice real honest tobacco taste! It is strong but not over powering, at least for me. If you are sensitive to stronger blends, you might want to approach this one carefully at fir... Read Morest. Also if you don't care for cigar leaf in your pipe best avoid this one. The second you open the can the first thing you smell is the cigar leaf. As I also love cigars, that is a good thing. This line of pipe tobacco is actually put out by C&D. I like the fact that it already comes in a mason jar and is generously filled to capacity. I don't think one more shred of leaf could be fit in. This is a winner in my book. Thank you Briar Works (C&D) for producing this fine blend! Read Less
If your looking for a cigar blend that tastes like a cigar this is it this is the one it very much reminds me of a solid mild-medium cigar with a natural wrapper leaf seriously if your a piper who loves cigars and needs a blend to help take the cigar... Read More craving away when you dont have time for one this is it right here oh and the pre packed mason jar is a fantastic touch and it is jam packed with tobacco it is a bit moist so let it dry for a bit before smoking Read Less
Nice smooth Burley with added balance, little spice, and smoothness.
[Tin/Bag - Little molasis, rum, brown sugar. Good moisture, just right, ready to smoke.]
Grassy Virgina's, reminded of Orlik Golden/PS LNF on the light but lighter with a little spice, a little tang, and little burlyesqueness. Not catching any h... Read Moreeavy cigar leaf or Kentucky, but slight hints and it is supposed to be in the blend.... but it is blended well and not dominating. More dominated by the Burley really. It is a nice well rounded dominately middle dry Burely with nuances of the Kentucky and smoothed out by any Virginias, Cavendish, while zested up a bit with Oriental spice to make it a well burning and easy on the tongue. Mostly Burley here as the bowl goes, but it is an interesting and smooth Burley at that.
Not leaving any extra moisture, burns well. Any time smoke. I could smoke it any day, any time, but typically would prefer more pronounced blends in various categories over it. So, I will keep some on hand, but not much more than 1.8 jars for an occasional change up. ◄6.9/10✠Skulls► Read Less
This i an extremely harmonious blend with the various tobaccos and their proportions done right. Don't be confused into thinking that this is just a form of cigar leaf that can be stuffed into a pipe--Country Lawyer is a pipe blend--it's not a cigar... Read More. The cigar leaf works like any other tobacco component in a blend--it acts as an agent to alter or enhance the overall flavor, character, and personality of a blend. The cigar leaf used here provides a distinct taste without being over-powering. I believe that there's a particularly good chance that you can enjoy this blend even if you don't much care for cigars. Read Less
I got a jar of Country Lawyer for free when I bought a BriarWorks pipe, and even though I'm not a fan of cigars, I still enjoy this cigar blend. In my mind, Country Lawyer tastes the way a cigar SHOULD taste, with nary a hint of any flavor other than... Read More good old-fashioned tobacco. I shared some with a friend who initially refused it when I described it as a "cigar blend", but after giving it a try he insisted that it wasn't nearly as cigar-ish as I'd implied. Not sure if I agree with his assessment, but it's a good tobacco regardless, and one that's mild enough to be an all-day smoke without overwhelming the palette. It burns pretty cool and generally stays lit well, but I've definitely noticed that Country Lawyer smokes far better for me in straight-chambered bowls than in tapered bowls. When I smoke it in a tapered bowl, it generates a lot of moisture and begins to taste acrid about halfway through. For that reason I can't give it a higher rating, but it's definitely got a place in my current rotation. Read Less
In the countryside miles outside Nashville, Lamar Whittington, Esquire works on his legal briefs and cases all day at his roll-top desk, with black coffee all day and finishing up with bourbon from his pewter mug. But all throughout, he’s puffing his... Read More favorite blend—this one.
And I must say I enjoy it, too. Many months back, I found it but a decent blend. Though I was a cigar smoker for decades, I ironically did not take as well to pipe tobacco that showcased cigar leaf. Puffing through several outstanding tins of various Warped pipe tobacco blends won me over, and when I returned to Country Lawyer, I appreciated it far more. The Tennessee blending studs at Briarworks have done it again!
There are many chords in this fine song, from nutty burley, to fermented Black Cavendish, to sweetly sour Orientals, then sweet Virginias and smoky, barbecue-like Dark Fired Kentucky, to pure cigar leaf. Those partial to a natural, unadulterated topping-free tobacco flavor, and cigar leaf in general, will cotton to this blend. 4.5 stars. Read Less
Everything but the kitchen sink, and it’s a good thing !
Prior to taking up the pipe, I was an avid cigar smoker. I would have thought I would love this blend since it has cigar leaf, but cigar leaf just does not translate well to the pipe for me. I found this to produce plenty of musty smoke, but the flav... Read Moreor was uninspiring. It was okay, but can't say I'd order more. Read Less
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