Tobacco Pipes Blog

German Made Pipe Tobacco, An Overview

German Made Pipe Tobacco, An Overview

Posted by Chris Hopkins on 20th Jul 2015

The Americas were the birthplace of tobacco and smoking as we know it today.Once Columbus reached the shores of the Eastern world, tobacco smoking and tobacco production snowballed into popularity. Al … read more
Meet Cornell & Diehl’s Jeremy Reeves

Meet Cornell & Diehl’s Jeremy Reeves

Posted by Chris Hopkins on 30th Jun 2015

Cornell & Diehl tobacco is a personal favorite; so when I was asked to choose a tobacco line blended by C&D to write about here, I was overjoyed!As I began thinking about what series I wished … read more
Re-Introducing Mac Baren HH Tobaccos

Re-Introducing Mac Baren HH Tobaccos

Posted by Chris Hopkins on 27th May 2015

There are hundreds, maybe even thousands, of tobacco production companies.With the vast number of producers out there, it takes seriously delicious tobacco, great business skills, and a passionate ble … read more
McClelland Craftsbury Pipe Tobaccos

McClelland Craftsbury Pipe Tobaccos

Posted by Chris Hopkins on 11th May 2015

Meet Chris Hopkins, a pipe blogger and former tobacconist. Chris worked for his first tobacco company at the age of 17 in Kentucky, then later as a tobacconist in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Chris … read more
How to match your pipe & tobacco, #2

How to match your pipe & tobacco, #2

Posted by Chris Hopkins on 22nd Apr 2015

Meet Chris Hopkins, a pipe blogger and former tobacconist. Chris worked for his first tobacco company at the age of 17 in Kentucky, then later as a tobacconist in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Chris … read more