The Mixture blend from Mac Baren is an old favorite. Made since the late 1950s, it’s a mild Aromatic flavored with liquor, vanilla and other mysterious bits. A blend of many different tobaccos, it will have you reminiscing about an afternoon fishing with your grandfather.
Brand: Mac Baren
Blended By: Mac Baren
Model: Scottish Blend
Tobacco Type: Burley, Cavendish & Virginia
Blend Type: Aromatic
Strength: 2 of 5
Room Note: Pleasant
- 3.5 oz. Tin
- 1 oz. Bag
- 2 oz. Bag
- 4 oz. Bag
- 8 oz. Bag
- 16 oz. Bag
- 5 lb. Bag
- Mac Baren
- Room Note:
A classic blend smoke slowly for honey on toast flavor.
Oh the reward that awaits the slow sipper! There is a lot going on, yet at the same time it is all in sync. Each sip has a different nuance. I will be adding this to my rotation , wonderful!
Very dry, lots of stems.
It tastes better than it smelled coming out of the tin. Cellaring most of it in hopes of it maturing a bit. The taste was mild. Probably a blend I wouldn't buy again.
As a new pipe smoker will leave the details to the experienced. This mix highly rated and I join the fan club.
Perfect for a nightcap.
It's my first time smoking a tobacco pipe in a while. This tobacco has a nice aroma... in the bag & after lighting. It's a bit strong but I don't think it's overpowering.
I had placed my pies in a drawer for 30+ years, but decided to jump back in the pool. Forgotten what I used to smoke and decided on Scottish and Modern to start. Perhaps a bit bold on my part, but actually I have been enjoying both (outside). Neither were as harsh as I recalled from my earlier days, and do have a bite, but not overwhelming. The Nicotine hit is a bit hard, but nothing worse than a cigar. The Scottish is more on the robust side than Modern. What I remember my grandfather smoking. Don't believe I will light this indoors though.
This is what i think they call rubbed flakes it makes for a good strong flavor that is not overly sweet.