|Tobacco||Black Cavendish, Burley, Latakia, Virginia|
|Room Note||2 - Mellow|
Irish roots that run deep.
Starting in Belfast all the way back in 1810, Murray's controlled a majority of the local tobacco manufacturing by 1921. Their plant produced all kinds of tobacco products, but it was their pipe tobacco that really made an impact and gathered a worldwide following. Unfortunately, the plant closed its doors in 2004, but not to fret! The brand’s most popular mixtures have been revived for your enjoyment. Give one of Murray’s blends a try, and you’ll see why they were one of the biggest names in tobacco for almost 200 years.
1862 Whitehall: An English style blend of Virginia, Burley, Black Cavendish and a touch Latakia. Easy to pack and easy to enjoy, expect a pleasant sweetness with smoky and nutty undertones.