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Peterson Irish Flake Pipe Tobacco Reviews

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Overall Rating 4.83 out of 5 Based on 6 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Peterson Irish Flake Pipe Tobacco”

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5 out of 5
Dark beauty
I love it. I rub it out and pack it light. This one I won't run out of.
5 out of 5
Nothing Fancy
Just a plan good smoke made with top of the line tobacco !!
4 out of 5
Good, but with small inconvenience
This is a good flake that burns evenly and with good flavors and aroma. The one small issue I had is that it carries a lot moisture into the bottom of my bowl and pipe stem. An issue I don't have with my usual loose leaf
5 out of 5
Mixes well with Jameson and green eyed redheads.
This is strong and excellent with Jameson. The more Jameson the better.
5 out of 5
Strong and delicious
Powerhouse, high nicotine, great to sip on
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Strong and sweet.
I mix 1.76 ounces of Peterson Irish Flake with 1 full pound of Mac Baren Virginia Flake. The mixture is my morning go to pipe filler. Why am I trying to mix a blend with blends that have been around almost 100 years? While the fine people at Peterson's know quality tobacco, and know it well, I happen to know what I like. This is tobacco for someone that is ready to branch out from aromatics.
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A fantastic, flavorful, no BS tobacco. I will vouch for all that said it's powerful. It nearly knocked me on my butt first time I smoked it. I'll have to order more soon! Highly recommended!
I'm happy to see CI offering some pipe related products now! Let me tell you, if you are into full bodied smokes, you owe it to yourself to try Peterson's Irish Flake at least once. This is a standard setting blend, but be warned that it is NOT for everyone. For an idea of how potent it is, think LFD Double Ligero (in strength only, not flavor) This is a full bodied blend, with some earthy, hearty, slightly leathery flavors, and a touch of smokiness offered by a bit of fire cured leaf. Not the type of smokey taste you'll find with a latakia blend, but just solid, robust, tobacco. This one separates the men from the boys, but don't be scared - if you smoke regularly, it takes very little time to get acclimated to this one and pretty soon you may not notice its power...but you'll still be enchanted by very deep, rich, flavor. No sweetness here, and if you're a drinker it should stand up well to any fine rum, whisky or brandy...personally, I prefer it with a good cup of coffee or black tea. If you have experience with Condor Long Cut, I think it has a lot of the same characteristics except for being an unflavored blend. The strength and base tobaccos are quite similar. This is a home run, I'm never without it!