Solani Yellow Label Blend No. 633 Pipe Tobacco

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Genuine Virginia/Perique blends are the crowned jewel of the pipe tobacco world. A blend of this nature is even better when it has been pressed into a flake and allowed to age for a short amount of time. As soon as you pop the tin and whiff the intoxicating aroma of Perique, then you know this is a fine tobacco. But when you finally light it, you are transported to a euphoric state of pipe smoke lore. Order your new tin of Solani Yellow Label tobacco today!

Brand: Solani

Blended By: R.L. Will

Model: Yellow Label 

Tobacco Type: Virginia and Perique

Cut: Flake

Blend Type: Virginia/Perique

Strength: 3 of 5

Taste: Medium

Room Note: Pleasant

Flavoring: None


  • 50 g. / 1.76 oz.
  • 100 g. / 3.53 oz.

Country: Denmark

3 Reviews

  • 4
    Solani Virginia Flake

    Posted by Alan on 13th Jun 2019

    Very smooth and tasty smoke.

  • 5
    Solani Virginia Flake

    Posted by Derek on 24th Sep 2018

    Make no mistake - this is a Virginia and Perique flake. The tin note is perfect. The presentation is perfect upon folding back the paper. The tobacco itself looks perfect. The texture is perfect. It is a clean delicious smoke. I don't like to give any negative on a tobacco as it is something to be enjoyed and who am I to diminish another man's taste - the only possible downside might be the cost. If this were a $10.75 tin, it would probably rule the world of VaPers. It does have tobacco from a region with which my pallet is not familiar. It is unique to itself within this style of tobacco. If you buy this, you will only experience a disappointment that comes with riding in a new Mercedes Benz or 750 BMW: that you probably cannot afford to consistently repeat the experience.

  • 4
    great va/per

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jun 2018

    I highly enjoyed this blend and will definitely be ordering more. But do yourself a favor and open and jar the 100g tin right away as mine was not vacuum sealed and only in a plastic bag. Jarring right away would have avoided me having to rehydrate the blend.