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Old Dublin is a very solid English with a lot of flavor. I like it a lot, but I didn't at first. Also, I never realized there was black Cavendish in it until I saw the description again here. After smoking it more, I realized it's there—rather than s... Read Moretanding out, the B.C. flavor blends into the mix. Old Dublin was one of the first Englishes I ever tried, though at first impression, I didn't enjoy it much. When I got some from a friend that'd been aged for a five years, it completely blew me away. After that was gone, I went back to the
batch I bought—which was only 3-4 months old—and it had already mellowed out considerably. Beginners take note – Latakia mellows-out considerably just a few days after the seal is popped, and even more so once it's given some time to cellar in a jar. Just a few months can change a blend with considerable Latakia content like this one for the better—from harsh to mild and creamy in a rather short time. So if you're initially turned-off by it, give it a chance! If you're looking into Englishes, this is one good blend to try. Dry it out well and give it a go! Read Less
Easily one of my go to blends for now and the foreseeable future. The Latakia and orientals work in perfect harmony. The sweet basma on the retrohale is a thing of sublime beauty. As long as this is available I don’t mind losing some of the other big... Read More name blends to retirement. Read Less
This is one of the best English Blends on the market, and one of Petersons greatest blends. Cool burning great tasting. I have been enjoying this tobacco since it was frist introduce back in the early 2000's. It was the first English Blends I started... Read More to smoke. I highly recommend it for those who want to cross over to English Blends, or those who have been enjoying them for years. Read Less
This blend is a work of art. From the opening tin notes of dried fruits and smoked meat to the unmistakable smoking notes of banana bread and plum pudding, down to the fine white ash left in the bowl, this blend held me fast and has swiftly moved to ... Read Morejoin my reigning favourite, G.L. Pease's Blackpoint. I was laughing out loud to myself with pleasure while smoking this blend.
I found this blend to be the manifestation of all that I have discovered and wanted: a cool, bite-less, flavourful, mouthful culminating in the columns of smoke emanating skyward. Perfect balance of all components.
I have never bought a pound of tobacco (sadly, I smoke irregularly maybe 3-4 times a week), but this one has got my name on a 16 oz. bag in the near future.
If you are interested in breaking into English blends, but do not know where to start, try this. If you are an old hand with English blends and have not yet put this into your rotation, give it a try. I can hardly wait to put some of this aside for aging.
Cheers to all and good smoking! Read Less
Description sounds great, I only tried it once and it didn't do anything for me, I'll have to try again. I really like blends like frog Morton on the town and Cornell & Diehl crooked lane with a combination of latakia and orientals, so if I try a... Read Moregain and decide I like it I will update. Read Less
Peterson's Old Dublin is a light English blend. The tin note is pleasant, with the expected mellow smokiness well-balanced by a sweet floral character. The dash of Basma adds a subtle spice. The tobacco is mostly a fine ribbon cut, with yellow flue-c... Read Moreured Virginia somewhat dominant. It smokes like a light Virginia -- moderately sweet and hot. A bit of Black Cavendish is added to the modest amount of Latakia to further cool the Virginia. A nice blend that has a character all its own. Read Less
This was my first try of an English blend and it did not disappoint. Stared off with a newly broken in Missouri Meerscham. The creamy taste and gentle smoke really came through. It burned a little hot, but that may be due to the cob (or my eagernes... Read Mores to try it). Plan to use it in my new St. Patrick's Peterson which my son brought back from Europe. The tin aroma reminded me of damp leather, so I was a little hesitant to try it, but the smoke and flavor sold me. Read Less
This is my second favorite Peterson blend,right next to Irish whiskey and Irish flake.The very well blended black cavendish ,Latakia,oriental,and Virginia come through well and is quite delightful. However,when it comes to English blends,i prefer ear... Read Morely morning pipe,or Larry's blend. Nevertheless,this is a great tobacco and i highly recommend it. Read Less
To be honest when it comes to English blends nothing comes close to Old Dublin in my opinion. Even if you are not big on English blends I would give it a try. The smokiness of the Latakia and the rich creamy flavor you get from the smoke is why it wi... Read Morell always be at my top three. Read Less
For the rainy nights when the Pirate Kake seems a bit much, this is my thing. It burns so well, the cut is amazing, and the flavours exceptional. Not a huge kick, which I like, but it still delivers. I always have some jarred up.
Peterson's Old Dublin is a good English blend offering a nice round, creamy and spicy smoke but nothing more. Having smoked other English blends, specially in bulk, I don't see any "Wow" in this tin. I'll buy more of it only if my cellar ge... Read Morets short on some of my favourite bulk English blends; which are far cheaper and great to smoke. 4/5 stars. Read Less
Peterson's Old Dublin is a good English blend offering a nice round, creamy and spicy smoke but nothing more. Having smoked other English blends, specially in bulk, I don't see any "Wow" in this tin. I'll buy more of it only if my cellar gets short o... Read Moren some of my favourite bulk English blends; which are far cheaper and great to smoke. 4/5 stars. Read Less
As far as English blends go this is not my absolute favorite. However, this is a very well-rounded blend that is definitely in my "must-haves" list. Smoky, musty, reminiscent of a campfire from my scouting days. Well done, Peterson.
This is a great mix....Old Dublin is the perfect name for this blend of tobacco. It to me, has a very pleasant "Manly" fragrance, that had me seeing cobblestone streets and walls made of fieldstone's. very smooth to smoke as well. I think t... Read Morehat some leprechaun's had something to do with the flavoring, of this blend. Makes you feel like a true, pipe smoking man. I have been smoking it, in my Peterson Kinsale XL15...A perfect fit as far as I am concerned. Try it, You'll love it, if you don't send it to me. I'll smoke it for you. Read Less
Every time I smoke this wonder of a tobacco, I appreciate it more and more. With the name Old Dublin, you would think it as nothing but English tobacco. The smokiness is there, right up front, and tastes fantastic. Then, a few moments after that p... Read Moreuff, a very slight sweetness gracefully dances on your taste buds. There's nothing else out there like it. Read Less
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