The Royal Yacht Mixture from the Peterson company is the tobacco world's epitome of a pure and full flavored Virginia blend. Made from a combination of sweet, heavy, and cool Virginia leaf, this blend enters the palate and assaults it with an almost overwhelming flavor. Blended for those who know how to enjoy tobacco on a higher level, this Dunhill blend is one for the record books.
Model: The Royal Yacht Mixture
Tobacco Type: Virginia
Blend Type: Aromatic
Strength: 5 of 5
Room Note: Tolerable
Amount: 50 g. / 1.5 oz.
Country: United Kingdom
The Peterson version of Royal Yacht is a weaker strength, harsh version with no discernible plum whatsoever. What once I would have said was perhaps the best tobacco in the world is merely a solid average. I don't know what happened, but something did.
This is certainly an exceptional tobacco. The Virginia tobaccos are definitely top notch. Smokes and tastes great. A hint of plum shines through, so guessing that's a topping on it. This is not an everyday tobacco, but one I grab when I have some time and want a nice treat.
Will smoking this tobacco make you more of a man? I can't answer that for sure. But I can tell you it's quite possibly my favorite pipe tobacco I've ever tried. I've smoked a pipe on and off for a little over a decade, mostly smoking aromatics from my local tobacconist and only recently branching out. Since I started branching out, I've tried 20-25 tobaccos of varying dominant tobaccos (perique, dark fired Kentucky, cigar tobacco, etc.). However, out of all the tobaccos I've tried this and Dunhill 965 are unquestionably my favorites. I'm trying to determine an absolute favorite between the two, but I'm really leaning towards Royal Yacht. This tobacco is amazing. It has some smokiness to the flavor, it kind of reminds me of Early Morning Pipe but with a little less "sharp" of a flavor. I know that's not a technical term at all, but that's the best way I can describe it. To compare it to craft beer, it's not lighter like a session IPA, it's more like your workhorse IPA, good strong flavor & nothing fancy (like say a tropical IPA or New England IPA), but immensely enjoyable. So enjoyable you can go to it any time you're in the mood for a good, reliable smoke.
Does that description not make any sense? Well then, you'll just have to buy a tin and try it. You will love it.
This is one of my favorite varieties. I appreciate it for its strength and original specific flavor. However, for a long time already in my country (Russia) tobacco of English manufacture disappeared. Dunhill products are only Danish. Tobacco produced in Denmark is also quite good, but a small Danish flavor is present, but in this, I like tobacco, the smell of wheat was gone ... When making a purchase I was guided by the description on the site: "Country: United Kingdom" .... Maybe I misunderstood (because of the inaccuracy of the translation), but I wanted to buy English tobacco, but I came again with the Danish ... it is also enough in Russia ... it grieves that all the famous brands are bought up (or already bought up) by German and Danish companies and lose their former taste
Smooth- as- can- be matured virginia mix and a real flavorful and unique natural casing with notes of rich cream, vanilla and sweetgrass that is sort of reminiscent of soft, delicate Japanese Morinaga caramel candy without actually tasting sweet in any tangible way. This is getting much harder to find btw, the only reason I would want others to buy it is so I can always get fresher tins later on lol! ;P Highly recommended, a Dunhill blend that will prove just as tasty to the aromatic fan as it will with the English blend lover
I like a non-flavored, natural tobacco and this fits the bill. I enjoy it very much, and it tastes and smells great. My brother smokes flavored tobacco (Borkum Riff) and surprised me by asking if he could try some. Maybe a new convert, he hasn't commented yet.