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Virginias and a touch of perique matured in old sherry barrels, this Spring Time flake combines the natural, subtle sweetness of the former with the spice and sherry flavor of the latter.
Previously Irish Spring Flake. Learn More
A satisfying, spicy and aromatic blend of black cavendish, golden and red Virginias, mixed with luxury broken flake. The aromatic recipe of tropical fruit, vanilla & rum make this blend smooth and very pleasant. Learn More
A full flavoured spicy tobacco with a slow burn rate. Learn More
Blended Kentucky leaf.
Notes: From Smoking Pipes' web site: Samuel Gawith's Lakeland Dark is a powerful mixture, as it should be; it is in essence a tonquin-less variation on the famed (and very robust) 1792 Flake. Dark, smooth, and strong, it's well suited to a satisfying after meal smoke. Learn More
This box contains 40 activated 9mm charcoal filters for use in any pipe with a 9mm bore.
Highly absorbent and disposable - just throw away and replace when it changes colour.
9mm filters reduce tar and nicotine, whilst ensuring a dry and cool smoke. Learn More
An exceptionally cool, slow burning flake tobacco with a rich and distinctive aroma. Ideal for those smokers who appreciate the full bodied rich flavor of choice leaves spiced with burley and fire-cured tobaccos.
Notes: Formerly known as Odgen's Walnut, currently made by MacBaren. The name changed in October, 2016 to comply with EU laws. Learn More
A blend of dark fired and sun cured tobaccos mixed with the finest Brazilian Lights to produce the unique flavor and mellow smoking characteristics for which Three Nuns is famous.
Notes: The Three Nuns coin tobacco was originally a creation of J & F Bell, dating back to the 19th century. A favorite of British authors (and friends) C.S. Lewis & J.R.R. Tolkien.
In the formula from Imperial Tobacco, Three Nuns was a VaPer mixture.
Pipe Tobacco Hall of Fame Inductee.
Later this tobacco was made at the Orlik factory for BAT and Kentucky was substituted for Perique. The latest version, blended and manufactured by Mac Baren, follows the latter formula. Learn More
The Condor Flake is a full-bodied pipe tobacco blended from air cured Virginia, which has been top dressed with a secret liquor flavouring before been cooked under pressure to form a cake which has been thinly sliced ready for rubbing down. This provides an even cooler, slower burning and richer smoke. Learn More
St. Bruno Flake is a distinctive blend of smooth Virginia and smoky dark fired Kentucky — pressed and sliced into thin flakes that are easy to prepare and enjoy. It's topped with subtle floral and fruity notes for a unique aromatic experience. Learn More
This shape was featured in the BBC Two drama "Peaky Blinders". Inspector Campbell, portrayed by Sam Neill, is seen smoking a Medium Pot supplied by Blakemar Briars. Learn More