Ashton Rainy Day Pipe Tobacco

MSRP: $12.80
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A little nutty and capturing the flavor of the whisky barrels it’s aged in, the Ashton Rainy Day pipe tobacco is a cool-relaxing aromatic perfect as it’s advertised--for sitting quietly watching the raindrops fall. Fans of a sweet smoke.

Brand: Ashton Tobacco

Blended By: Kohlhase & Kopp

Model: Rainy Day

Tobacco Type: Black Cavendish, Burley & Virginia

Cut: Ribbon

Blend Type: Burley

Strength: 2 of 5

Taste: Mild

Room Note: Very Pleasant

Flavoring: Tropical Fruit & Hickory Nuts

Amount: 1.76 oz. / 50 g.

Container: Tin

Country: Germany

6 Reviews

  • 2
    A bit of a bite!

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Aug 2018

    Not very smooth!

  • 4
    Any Day Smoke

    Posted by Big Paul on 26th Apr 2018

    This would be a smoke I think is a bit too citrus for me but don't get me wrong if you are looking for a flavorful tobacco to me this would be all most a desert smoke or with a good rum.

  • 5
    My new “Go To”

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Feb 2018

    This was surprisingly one of the best flavored tobaccos I have purchased to date. It is lightly sweet and nutty, with a nice whiskey undertone that pairs this smoke wonderfully with a good after dinner cordial like Drambuie, or for just sharing a flask of good bourbon around a campfire. I could go to this smoke every time and never be disappointed.

  • 4
    awake tobacco

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Dec 2017

    rainy day is good all day until night when a change is desired

  • 1
    BIG BITE

    Posted by ED on 31st Oct 2017

    Tin note was nice, reminded me of dried raisins
    Tried 4 bowls of rainy day -- twice right out of the tin, once
    dried for 3 hours prior to light, and once dried for a full day before smoking with a very slow paced draw...
    Conclusion - this tobacco has a bite the devil would be proud of.

  • 4
    A decent aromatic blend

    Posted by Isak on 16th Feb 2015

    You could practically empty the tin into a pourpre dish and use it as such. It has a very pleasant, strong aroma from the tin and produces highly palatable smoke. From the smokers point of view however the aroma barely comes through in the taste. Regardless, it's a satisfying, albeit nuanced, smoke. When they say 2/5 regarding strength they aren't kidding, so it's a good last bowl of the evening blend after something that puts hair on your chest. I use it to give my pipes a pleasant aroma after several bowls of a heady english blend.