|Tobacco||Black Cavendish, Burley, Cavendish, Latakia, Oriental, Perique, Virginia|
|Room Note||1 - Low, 2 - Mellow, 3 - Balanced, 4 - Distinct|
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.
1810 Belfast: This blend delicately marries a touch of burley and Cyprian Latakia with a base of black Cavendish and some flue-cured tobacco mixed in for good measure. Look for mellow flavors with a cool burn, and a balanced room note.
1A Linfield: If you’re a big fan of traditional English blends, the 1A is the one for you. Containing the most Latakia than the other Murray blends, the smoky flavors are balanced by golden Virginia and flavorful Oriental leaves. While still burning smooth and cool, this is certainly a heavy blend best for enjoying later in the day.
1921 Cunningham: Rich, genuine Perique is combined with flue-cured Virginia tobacco, topped with a hint of rum, and pressed into cakes to create this exquisite Navy blend. Pre-sliced for your convenience, you can expect a perfect amalgam of brown sugar and subtle spice flavors.