**Manufacture Change: Lightly Vacuum Sealed with Plastic Seal On Tin**
Samuel Gawith Full Virginia Flake relies on a multi-step process of cold-pressing and steam-pressing to add strength and deepen the flavor of this straight Virginia blend. It’s an all-natural smoking experience that Virginia fans will enjoy, but smoke it slowly and after a meal if you’re used to lighter blends. It packs more punch than regular Virginia blends.
Brand: Samuel Gawith
Model: Full Virginia Flake
Tobacco Type: Virginia
Cut: Broken Flake
Blend Type: Straight Virginia
Strength: 3 of 5
Room Note: Tolerable
- 50 g. / 1.75 oz.
- 250 g
Country: United Kingdom
- Samuel Gawith
- Broken Flake
- Room Note:
I liked this blend. It is a full and rich Virginia.
The flake provides mildly tangy dark fruit sweet, very earthy Virginia taste with a touch of pepper/spice, a fair amount of wood, a little tart and tangy citrus, grass and mild floralness. The tinned flakes are cut nicely, however, the bulk comes with almost broken flake form.
By far my favorite Virginia blend. Notes of lemon shortbread cookies and nice gentle tobacco flavor. When I first started smoking I expected to like the darker richer stuff (Latakia heavy), however, this is my go to, and I purchase some each time it's in stock. It is a fickle tobacco blend, and requires just the right level of humidification to burn right. Once you get it going just right using the breath method, you will be rewarded with an intense and pleasurable experience.
Great virginia, hints of honey, very smooth.
It's my favorite tobacco. In my country, Spain, is imposible buy it. I love this tobacco, virginia cured and delicate flavour. Just perfect.
Hard to find Pipe Tobacco was really happy they had it! Fast shipping! Thank you! The best pipe Tobacco is this. One of the select few I like.
Nice smooth flake. A little past center in strength..
Excellent blend. Full, rich, and smooth Virginia experience. A little bolder than HH Pure Virginia which is a nice change of pace. Definitely lives up to the Sam Gawith name.
This is the standard by which all other Virginia blends should be measured.