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Presbyterian Pipe Tobacco - 50 g.

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Brand: Presbyterian

Tobacco Type: Latakia, Oriental, Virginia

Cut: Ribbon

Blend Type: English

Strength: 3 of 5

Taste: Medium

Room Note: Pleasant

Flavoring: None

Amount: 50 g.


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19 Reviews

  • 5
    One of my favorites

    Posted by Ron on 12th Aug 2020

    Such a unique blend. One of my favorites, and I've tried most of them. Latakia is pretty light and the Oriental blends seamlessly with the Virginia. A masterpiece.

  • 5
    Meat and Potatoes

    Posted by Matthew on 14th Apr 2020

    This is not flashy tobacco. But wait for a second, the reason I like this tobacco is that it is straight forward. Light smoke throughout the bowl. The smooth subtle sweetness and creamy. Little to no residue in the bottom of the bowl. Great for breaking in a pipe.

  • 4

    Posted by Ric on 30th Jan 2019

    A decent English / Balkan type blend that to me is in the same vein as SG’s Squadron Leader. However Presbyterian is significantly lighter on the Latakia with Virginia’s & Orientals controlling the flavor. TobaccoPipes is the best ... hands down!!!

  • 5
    Presbyterian Mixture

    Posted by Tom on 4th Oct 2018

    A nice smooth tobacco mixture. Good for an everyday smoke.

  • 3

    Posted by charles on 4th Oct 2018

    It is tobacco and it lights and smokes but otherwise it is pretty bland stuff. Won't buy again.

  • 5
    Interesting Stuff

    Posted by JR on 24th Sep 2018

    As blends go this one of the more interesting ones. No latakia mentioned yet you may detect a note of it. It's smooth with a slight sweetness, it's an English that really isn't an English.

  • 5
    Presbyterian Mixture

    Posted by Paul Schmolke on 23rd Sep 2018

    A mild blend of Latakia, Turkish and Virginia tobaccos. There are ribbon cut and coarse cut there that help maintain a very easy burning characteristic. Moisture is held at a good level by the plastic inner packaging. It was smokable when freshly opened and maintained the critical moisture level that is key to flavorful, bite free smoking. It’s mild enough for any time of day or all day if such should be the pipesters desire. Stays lit easily and burns to the bottom with no wet residue. The smoke has a definite sweetness that is artfully combined with Latakia...a little unusual in my opinion. Neither aspect dominates...the Turkish must be there somewhere but doesn’t leap out and grab you. All in all, I’ll give it high marks as an everyday smoke and suggest that it would be a fine starting point for those interested in trying a Latakia Blend. Its name is famous for good reason and it deserves a might love it. I tried it in a large cob, large briar, and small briar. All of them worked well but the cob was especially able to bring out the Virginia sweetness.

  • 3

    Posted by Nickolas Trubov on 23rd Sep 2018

    I was not particularly impressed. Too bad for me. Probably because I’m an atheist.

  • 5
    An unusual, but wonderful smoke!

    Posted by LSUTigersFan on 23rd Sep 2018

    I tried this one on a whim given some people's devotion to it. And as always, the recommendations were correct. It is a little different with a bright Virginia base and a nice layer of orientals that helps to tame Virginia based. The latakia is supposed to be there, but it is very light, and I cannot really tell if I can taste it or not. But, since I am not a fan of lat-bombs, it really appeals to me. It is a very relaxing smoke without being overpowered with latakia. Being in one tin-lead to buying four more.