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Drew Estate Meat Pie Sale

Mmm-Mmm good.

​Meat Pie doesn’t taste like an actual meat pie, but it sure as hell is reminiscent of one. By skillfully combing a bevy of Latakia, old belt Virginias and Oriental tobaccos, an extremely English-esque profile is born. Full-bodied smoke coalesces with smoky, toasty like flavors as hints of spice and thick, creamy smoke coat the palate. If there ever was a pipe tobacco that stuck to your guts like a hearty meal, this is it. 

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1.76 OZ TIN Out of Stock $12.00 $8.40    
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Overall Rating 4.18 out of 5 Based on 11 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Drew Estate Meat Pie”

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3 out of 5
Drew Estate Meat Pie
Decent , satisfying smoke for fans of latakia tobacco. Burnt wood notes coupled with spiciness.
5 out of 5
Meat Pie
Just simply amazing tobacco blend. To me the Latikai is the kicker, love that pit smoker weekend bar-b-q smell.
4 out of 5
meat pie. unadulterated
This tobacco is pure leaf with no added flavors or aroma. When you own the tin and take sniff its full body reminds of a campfire, deep, dark,smokey, and rich. I have Ben smoking a pipe for a couple years now and have grown to love Drew Estate tobacco and it is one of my go tobaccos due to its smoothness and rich flavors. If your looking for a sweet aromatic tobacco, meat pie is not what your looking for, but if you want an earthy, pure tobacco flavor you can't go wrong here.
4 out of 5
lots of flavor, fairly strong...liked is a lot
5 out of 5
Great product
Would highly recommend
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4 out of 5
Makes you hungry when you open the can.
When you open a can it smells like a fireplace ashes or your BBQ smoker 2 days later. Extremely aromatic in that regard. This is not the velvety, soft pipe smoke your grandfather had -- it is mild compared to a cigar but for a pipe rather full bodied. Will I buy it again ? probably not but i will still smoke the can.
5 out of 5
It is a rugged smoke
It is a rugged smoke I like it.
1 out of 5
Not something I would buy again
The stench of this stuff is almost unbearable. Smoked about the same. Threw the whole can away.
5 out of 5
WARNING: Takes Over Your Mouth.
Man, this is the stuff. Let me state outright, I hate infused cigars, and avoid aromatic pipe tobacco. The exception is fire-cured tobacco. C.I.s description of the smoke-infused Meat Pie is accurate: it coats the palette, and has a smoky, rich flavor profile. I had boring, plain turkey burger for dinner, with nothing else, then smoked a partial bowl of The Pie. Fantastic first impression, followed by full engagement with the clouds as the smoke billows. I instantly felt like I was sitting at a campfire! In the best possible way, I might add. I mentioned the yawn-fest dinner because once I commenced to smoke my pipe, the dreary repast suddenly tasted like a fine, smoked turkey!The flavor dominates the taste-buds long after you have finished. As an experiment, I tried smoking a Connecticut cigar within minutes after smoking Meat Pie, (never advised) just for kicks/science. Couldn't even taste the first half. But that was okay. The Meat Pie is a "filling" smoke. It is not light. If you like a strong, flavorful and satisfying smoke, go for this one. I would advise against smoking this before a meal, but after a spicy dinner, this is my new go-to. Have a bowl or 2 after dinner (if you dare!), and maybe have dessert. Better yet, skip dessert, like I did, and just sit around smacking your lips with the after-savor. Mmm-mmm-GOOD!
5 out of 5
Excellent aroma and no real
Excellent aroma and no real bite on the tongue ;)
Customer Testimonials
This stuff is a great english blend and a good way to understand the flavors of latakia without an overly sweet virginia or dressing.... If you like an occasional peppery and smokey smoke or just love english blends, this is worth a try!
I love drew estates cigars which is why I jumped at trying there pipe tobacco, so it pains me to say it but this is a terrible smoke. I purchased meat pie as part of an assorted pack of pipe tobacco and will not be purchasing it again. on the tin they describe it as pungent, more like acrid and foul the smell and taste is awful. this has not and will not make me shy away from trying other drew estates pipe tobacco, but unless you like burning tar stay away.
Was not a big fan of the smell when I opened the tin. after a few puffs I was not a fan of the taste either. Kinda has that liquid smoke taste you would put on meats.