Sutliff 701 Creme Brulee Pipe Tobacco

$3.23
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SKU:
TP-4315A

Brand: Sutliff

Blended By: Sutliff

Model: 701 Creme Brulee

Tobacco Type: Burley, Cavendish, Virginia

Cut: Ribbon

Blend Type: Aromatic

Strength: 1 of 5

Taste: Mild

Room Note: Very Pleasant

Flavoring: Honey, Caramel, Vanilla

Amount: 1.5 oz. / 8 oz. / 16 oz.

Country: USA

12 Reviews

  • 5
    Sutliff Creme Brulee

    Posted by Terrence A Nelson on 29th Mar 2020

    Sweet, smooth, flavorful and fully capturing the spirit of the name. There is no tobacco I have ever tried that has been exactly as it has been everywhere I have had it, this one is no different - it is better than all other Creme Brulee tobaccos that I have had in 6 countries and 13 states!!!

  • 5
    701 Creme Brulee

    Posted by Don on 20th Mar 2020

    Very good.

  • 5
    Keep on Hand

    Posted by Anthony Hudson on 17th Mar 2020

    My chose blend!!!

  • 5
    Great Smoke

    Posted by TOM NEWMAN on 10th Mar 2020

    After dinner smoke. Smooth and great taste. The room note is wonderful, the wife likes this one. Also no if any tongue bite. I would recommend this one. Pipe used Missouri meerschaum cob.

  • 5
    Room note is wonderful!

    Posted by Shannon Harvey on 5th Mar 2020

    A very pleasant and mild tobacco with a wonderful room note. People nearby always compliment the aroma.

  • 5
    Great aro

    Posted by Brian on 4th Dec 2019

    I love this aromatic. great taste and the smell is amazing too. I smoke while I walk my dogs and my neighbors always comment on how great it smells. Very smooth smoke.

  • 5
    Creme Brulee

    Posted by Mike D on 17th Nov 2019

    Very tasty tobacco that will make you want to smoke it all day!! Nice, mild, and satisfying.

  • 4
    Sutliff Creme Brulee

    Posted by Grant on 23rd Oct 2019

    Deep vanilla with a hint of coconut. Produces massive clouds without any tongue bite. A rich after supper smoke.

  • 3
    Good after dinner smoke

    Posted by David Gere on 22nd Oct 2019

    I would call this an after-dinner smoke..pleasant dessert room note. It lacks any sort of real strength in the flavor of the tobacco itself. That being said though creme brulee by Sutliff has little or no tongue bite to speak of, a good beginner's kind of smoke.