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Cornell & Diehl Black Frigate Pipe Tobacco

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Another Naval-themed blend, Cornell & Diehl Black Frigate is a seriously strong Krumble Kake with Black Cavendish, Oriental and Latakia all pressed together to give the smoker a one-two-hit of nicotine and rum-filled smokiness.



Brand: Cornell & Diehl

Blended By: Cornell & Diehl

Model: Black Frigate

Tobacco Type: Latakia, Orientals, Virginia

Cut: Cake

Blend Type: English

Strength: 3 of 5

Taste: Full

Room Note: Tolerable

Flavoring: Rum


  • 2 oz. Tin
  • 8 oz. Tin

Country: US

Cornell & Diehl
Black Cavendish
Room Note:

11 Reviews

  • 5
    Black Frigate

    Posted by Robthelender on 20th Feb 2023

    Awesome. Wish I could find a way to get my own slab instead of the 2oz blocks

  • 4
    Great blend

    Posted by Bob on 6th Jul 2022

    I am currently enjoying a bowl of this fine blend as I write this post. The rum is distinct and pleasant to cold draw for a while before lighting. After a number of charring lights it settles down to a rich flavorful blend that has plenty to keep your attention yet is smooth and satisfying. This blend is both outrageous and delightful which is due to the great quality C&D seems to be able to provide tin after tin. They really are one of my favorite tobacco houses. Highly recommend to all Enthusiasts and newcomers wanting to try an excellent rum based blend.

  • 5
    Nautical nostalgia

    Posted by Jim R. on 14th Aug 2021

    I like this one a lot more than I thought I would. This one has quite a strong rum flavor that I can't taste the latakia that is supposedly there. But the tobacco blend is very rich and strong and gradually balances out the rum. Not for everyone, I think, but the right smoker will love this. Burns slow, cool and long.

  • 5

    Posted by Jim R. on 4th Aug 2021

    This sounds like an odd combination of tobaccos, but they blend amazingly well. No one component stands out, but it's a strong, smooth and pleasant blend. Just a slight rum aroma. It makes me want a pint of grog to accompany this wonderful smoke.

  • 5
    Black Frigate

    Posted by Brian on 16th May 2021

    5 Stars all the way

  • 4
    Wait for it............ boom!!

    Posted by Rodney Epperson on 27th Jun 2020

    If the Tobacco Gods are listening, I’d love to see more Crumble Cake style Tobaccos! This is a dandy blend, if you like 2 things. Rum, which will entice you from the jump on the tin note. Then 2nd but not exactly fashionably late to the party Latakia. This cake breaks down easily. Takes a flame eagerly, no drying time necessary. The smoke is tasty, Rum is up front in the first 1/3 of the bowl then bows out gracefully to make way for the Latakia. Room note was mixed, some loved it some said it was fine. That’s a win in my book as no one had anything cross to say!! I definitely will buy more Black Frigate! Happy Piping!!!

  • 5
    Black Frigate

    Posted by Brian L. in Laguna Hills on 19th May 2020

    Man is this stuff good! I like to take long slow tokes and let the exhale get sucked up my nose a la les grenouilles. I've read that the nic hit is quite high, but I don't notice that observation when compared to one of my other favs - C&D'S Speakeasy. Regardless, BF is at the top of my list.

  • 5
    Black frigate

    Posted by Doug L. on 22nd Mar 2020

    Man o man! This stuff is good!!! :-)

  • 4
    Naval Audacity

    Posted by Matthew G Cooley on 22nd May 2018

    Bold to blend a Navy out of Turkish and Latakia instead of Virginia or Kentucky. Cavendish is added, flavored to a rummy tang, and packed in layers as a moist crumble. The flavor is outstanding and quite strong enough to merit its description as an aromatic. The taste is excellent, fair to fairly strong with a liquor vape sweetness and nice room note. It's got serious nicotine and going power. This is an outstanding if not unique blend among Navy's, worth trying. I'm buying the 8 oz to cellar some and to keep in daily rotation. Definitely, the best of it's kind. Pease is a Master of the craft and this is a contemporaneous classic.