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Peter Stokkebye 45 Black Currant Cavendish Pipe Tobacco

Peter Stokkebye Black Currant Cavendish Pipe Tobacco is a mellow blend of Golden Virginias and Danish Black Cavendish. But what's really special is the intriguing flavor combination added to these leaves - black currant and green apple. It's different, but it's very enjoyable. Expect a fruity smoke that's sweet n' tart, rich and smooth, and unlike anything else.
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Peter Stokkebye Black Currant Cavendish 2oz Shipping Constraints
2oz BAG Out of Stock $3.99    
Peter Stokkebye Black Currant Cavendish 4oz Shipping Constraints
4oz BAG Out of Stock $7.50    
Peter Stokkebye Black Currant Cavendish 8oz Shipping Constraints
8oz BAG Out of Stock $14.50    
Peter Stokkebye Black Currant Cavendish 16oz Shipping Constraints
1LB BAG Out of Stock $56.00 $27.00    
Peter Stokkebye Black Currant Cavendish 32oz Shipping Constraints
2LB BAG Out of Stock $50.00    
Peter Stokkebye Black Currant Cavendish 80oz Shipping Constraints
5LB BAG Out of Stock $161.00 $115.00    
Shipping Constraints:
These items cannot be shipped to a Washington state address.
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Very tasty blend. Black Currant lends just enough sweetness, but not overpowering.
This sounded like an interesting change of pace. It does have a pleasant aroma, but is not one of my favorites. It has a little more bite than I like, but does taste to me a little spicy like all spice. I mixed the last ounce with about an ounce of Lane 1Q and that turned out well. Overall, not bad, but not for me. It does burn well in my cob and goes to fine ash all the way down and not bitter at the end. I guess I'm just not crazy about Currants.
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