G. L. Pease Stonehenge Pipe Tobacco

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A previously limited blend has been returned to the pipes of many happy smokers! GL Pease Stonehenge Flake is back and as incredible as ever! Virginia, Perique, and Dark Fired Burley flavored with Rose and Chocolate can only be described as incredible. The flavors are carried by the sweetness of Virginias and the subtle nutty tones of the Burley. Allow this “Lakeland” blend to change your mind and ease your soul.

Brand: G. L. Pease

Blended By: Gregory Pease

Model: Stonehenge 

Tobacco Type: Burley, Perique, Virginia

Cut: Flake

Blend Type: Virginia

Strength: 3 of 5

Taste: Medium

Room Note: Tolerable

Flavoring: Chocolate

Amount: 2 oz.

Country: US

3 Reviews

  • 5
    G.L. Pease - Stonehenge flake

    Posted by Aaron Fuchs on 5th Sep 2020

    This is one of the tobaccos I keep as a “Special Smoke”. Not part of my every day rotation. Reminiscent of a Lakeland vibe with an American kick. Great smoke.

  • 5
    STONEHENGE

    Posted by Jack on 1st Feb 2020

    The first bowl out of the tin told me I should dump the other two tins, A pipe smoker who has over the past 45 years carved pipes, repaired pipes, and stems, and smoked for some seventy years, rated this tobacco, to say the least, was terrible. I put it in my humidor and forgot about it until two years later. Read a blog that Pease joined with Gawith to create this blend. In the 80ty's Sam Gawith's best brown flake was smoked by the pound, pound after pound until their marketing manager named Gregory confirmed that it was no longer the same. However, Gawith tobaccos were consistently good. This in mind I opened the two-year-old tin of Stonehenge and it immediately reminded me of the Best Brown tobacco from 15 years past, only better. It took me seven years to develop my own recipes which are quite good. It takes time to mellow and cure good smoking tobacco. Aging is the key to a quality smoke and if you are a nonaromatic puffer, Stonehenge is one of the finest you can buy. However, I have learned that if you put fifty pipe smokers in a room giving them the same tobacco, you would be lucky to find ten who agreed with your taste test. If you are a lover of quality Virginia and Burly in pressed cake tobacco, I urge you to beg, borrow or steal a tin of aged Stonehenge. The difference will pleasantly surprise you. It is that good.

  • 2
    Good but require some aging.

    Posted by SmokingHawk on 13th Nov 2019

    I couldn't get any of the toppings as described in the description. I tried to smoke it slow tried it hard and still bland feeling. This requires some age so for now, it's 2 stars.