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The Greenhorn

The Greenhorn

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$28.00

For those who like a tastefully flavored tobacco that will provide a pleasant smoke not just for themselves, but for their company as well, we’ve put together a set of our finest aromatic tobaccos, including sweet and easy Vanilla, as well as the infamously mysterious Grousemoor.

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Cornell & Diehl: Autumn Evening

With the Autumn season comes one of the finer times of the year. Cornell & Diehl’s Autumn Evening reminds us of the season’s simple pleasures. It is a red Virginia, Cavendish blend enhanced with a sweet maple flavor. Smoke this exceptionally smooth aromatic while enjoying the glorious colors of fall.

Peterson: De Luxe Mixture

While rich enough to please any pipe smoker, De Luxe Mixture is a perfect choice for any newly initiated pipe smoker. This aromatic is comprised of matured Virginias from Brazil and Africa, blended with a loose cut, mellow black Cavendish. The final blend is tastefully flavored with vanilla, walnut and honey to produce a smoke of mild strength and wonderful room-note.

Samuel Gawith: Grousemoor

A 200 year old secret makes Grousemoor a mysterious mixture that conjures up visions of the Cumbrian Fells. A fresh and complex flavor from an old recipe, using combinations of Virginias, leaves the smoker with an almost white ash testifying to the recipe’s purity.

Additional Information

Weight 12.3 oz
Dimensions 6 x 4.5 x 4.5 in

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