|Tobacco||Black Cavendish, Burley, Virginia|
|Room Note||3 - Balanced|
Nothing can keep Comoy's down.
The early 19th century was a turbulent time in France. They were dealing with the Revolution, Napoleonic wars, reformations, and life was very difficult in general. Despite this, in 1825, Francois Comoy started making pipes in Saint-Claude with his brothers. They switched from clay to the vastly superior briar in 1848, and operated factories in London and the US by 1913. Two world wars took a toll on business, but their excellent craftsmanship spoke for itself and they were back on their feet by 1950, doing better than ever.
Now you can have the same quality, history, and fine craftsmanship you’ll find in their pipes in an exquisite tobacco line with several blends to choose from. Cool burning, uniformly cut tobacco will please even the most discerning palate. Buy from a brand with almost two hundred years of passion for pipes behind it, and you know you can’t go wrong.
Cask 12: For this pleasant, subtle aromatic, Comoy’s topped the perfect mix of bright Virginia, soft Burley, and toasted black Cavendish with just the right amount of vanilla and caramel essence. Expect compliments on the phenomenal room note this blend provides, and just enough sweetness to let you enjoy this blend all day long.