The best part of waking up, is Dunhill in your....errr....pipe.
Mild, pleasant, and delicious. That's Dunhill Early Morning Pipe Tobacco in a nutshell. This mild-bodied pipe tobacco is perfect for the first light of the day, but has enough flavor and aroma to finish a meal. Made in Denmark with sweet Orientals and bright and red Virginias, lightly pressed and lightly stoved, this ribbon-cut pipe tobacco will soothe the palate with each puff. A light English blend with sweet tobacco notes and a wonderful room note.
For decades, the legendary Dunhill name has been a staple in the pipe industry, producing some of the world’s finest pipe and pipe tobaccos. Dunhill pipe tobaccos are high-quality and deliver an unrivaled bouquet and room note. Dunhill Early Morning Pipe Tobacco is no exception.
“It's A marvelous, Mellow English 1 out of 10, 10 being the best, I would say 9. BUY IT !”
RH of COXSACKIE, NY
“Very good! Unlit it smells very strong, but after lighting its a very mild and pleasant smoking tobacco.”
BY of OKEECHOBEE, FL
“It smells very strong in the tin I almost didn't smoke it due to the smell but I did smoke some and it wasnt bad not strong at all doesn't taste like it smells... Which is a plus in my book! When I finished smoking I noticed that the tin smell seemed to stick with me the rest of the day and it left the same after taste which I didn't like, personally I wouldn't buy it again I don't think I like the orientals at all... I'm new to pipes and thought I would give it a try I think I just like the aros more. I would however recommend this tobacco to someone who likes low vitamin n and likes the orientals and Latakia I give it a 6 out of 10 (10 being the best)”
CC of Sun Valley, NV
“Early Morning Pipe has been around for 100 years for good reason, it is simply one of the finest English/Orientals you can buy. As the name would suggest it is on the mild side, if you want something "heavier" go for the Nightcap. EMP is a good all day smoke, burns cool and has just the right amount of sweetness. I buy EMP by the pound (not here) and always have plenty stashed away”