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Samuel Gawith Fire Dance Pipe Tobacco

$14.15 - $51.00
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**Manufacture Change: Lightly Vacuum Sealed with Plastic Seal On Tin**

Fire Dance is a dressed up version of a Samuel Gawith favorite. When the Virginia flake you already love is dressed up with toppings of brandy, blackberries and vanilla the result is a sweet treat with little bite, a delicious room note and a memorable taste that gets better and better the more you slow down and savor it.

Brand: Samuel Gawith

Model: Fire Dance Flake

Tobacco Type: Virginia

Cut: Flake

Blend Type: Aromatic 

Strength: 2 of 5

Taste: Medium

Room Note: Pleasant 

Flavoring: Blackberry, Brandy and Vanilla


  • 50 g. / 1.75 oz
  • 8 oz.

Country: United Kingdom

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6 Reviews

  • 5
    Samuel Gawith Fire Dance

    Posted by Owen on 29th Dec 2021

    This is one of the the best aromatic blends I’ve ever smoked, it has a great room note that is very pleasant & a great fruity taste. It burns nicely from beginning to end & has no bite. Highly recommended!

  • 5
    Blackberry tea

    Posted by Alex on 5th Oct 2020

    This stuff is great. Burns cool and slow, and has those deep rich fruity flavors I love about Sam Gawith flakes. This one has an excellent room note, and the topping is a tasty one. The Blackberry seems to come through the loudest for me. And that is not a bad thing. The whole thing comes together and reminds me of a good cup of Blackberry tea. After I tried this one, I immediately turned around and bought a 250g box. Excellent stuff.

  • 5

    Posted by jimmy liss on 3rd Aug 2018

    Very good relaxing smoke enjoyable!

  • 4
    Distinctly different

    Posted by Sean Faires on 4th Jul 2018

    This blend really threw me for a loop on the first try. First off, I misread the description and was expecting Black Raspberry, not BlackBerry. After I realized my mistake it was much better. The tin note is like sour BlackBerry, a lot of people describe it as mustard in odor. I agree with the basic tin note, but if you really give it a good waft, you can pick up the berry and tobacco note. I think the tobacco is the sour note. The smoke is distinctly different. You pick up the berry, the liquor, and the typical Virginia grassiness. The flake is top notch and is not 100% uniform, but considering it's still being made with the same equipment from 1792 it's very high quality, and has an artisan look to it. Room note is pleasant. The more I smoke this, the more it grows on me. Not a regular smoke for me, but I will enjoy when I'm in the right mood for it.

  • 5
    My New Mainstay

    Posted by Verified Customer on 11th Jun 2018

    This will be an everyday smoke for me next to MB Navy Flake. This has smooth blackberry brandy flavor, the vanilla I think just mellows it all out and you don't really notice it. Otherwise it is a cool burning one of a kind tobacco you won't forget.

  • 5

    Posted by Vidal on 17th Apr 2018

    This Samuel Gawith is good the smell is like mustard it tastes sweet like blackberries vanilla creamy and I believe some aged would do better.