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Sutliff Private Stock Limited Edition Hill of Slane Pipe Tobacco

MSRP: $14.35
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Brand: Sutliff

Model: Private Stock - Limited Edition 

Tobacco Type: Virginia and Burley

Cut: Ribbon

Blend Type: Virginia/Burley 

Strength: 2 of 5

Taste: Mild

Room Note: Pleasant 

Flavoring: Irish Cream 

Amount: 1.5 oz.

Country: USA

Room Note:
Irish Cream

3 Reviews

  • 5
    Excellent Service

    Posted by Joey M on 26th Mar 2023

    Excellent fast service as always! Love tobaccopipes!

  • 4
    Hill of Slane

    Posted by Dethmutt on 18th Mar 2023

    I’m not much of an aromatic smoker , but upon lighting this I knew I smoked it before. I can’t place the name . Enjoyable smoke. Will buy a couple more. But I still can’t place the blend that it tastes like.

  • 4
    Sutliff Tobacco Company - Hill of Slane (Sutliff Private Stock)

    Posted by Dave Ellsworth aka Dave da Dragon on 10th Mar 2023

    Not long ago Sutliff revealed they had sighted a little rascal in and around the factory, turns out it’s Henri a rather rowdy and impish sprite known in the tobacco world to know his leaf. But like most sprites ( the Irish call them Elves and Fairies) he is fond of a drop or two of spirits especially considering he’s been known to hang with the odd Leprechaun…believe me they can be odd…where he picked up a habit for finding fine liquor and for hiding surprises and little treasures here and there. Rumor has it not only did he get his Spritely hands into this blend of leaf and liquor but that he also snuck a special coin into one tine that can be exchanged for a special gift so good luck! He even imposed his image dressed as leprechaun on the label!!! Well Henri and the folks at Sutliff have put some fine stuff in all the tins so really, coin or not, every tin is a treat. They started off with some very good Virginias that give a bit of tang and tart citrus sweetness, hay, bread and a light flowery note. Then they put in some lovely burley to add its nutty robustness along with a loamy, woody flavors and of course being burley it thickens the smoke and adds to the mouth feel which is pretty good. Now when I opened the tin I noticed a few things, one the above tobacco is cut into thin soft fluffy ribbons that pack well and a smell of liquor and at what at first my nose thought was cinnamon but turns out that some fine vanilla to make up the Irish Cream flavor. Now that flavor is a mix of liquor, cream, vanilla, a touch of cocoa or chocolate and sweetness. The topping does vie for the lead with the tobacco but they have decided to cooperate in to a very pleasant tasting balanced blend. Taste is mild to medium, with no chance of a bite. Nicotine wise it is light and much the same in strength. Those soft ribbons pack well and burn cool and smooth yielding a pretty steady creamy, sweet, tangy, nutty and slightly fruitiness and touch of bitterness from the cocoa. The taste lingers a bit and like the room note both are pleasant. In a cob it leaves no noticeable moisture but may in a briar it might. Lights well and relights are needed a bit more often than some blends. It’s a very enjoyable blend and goes really well with a coffee for a sort of Irish coffee mashup and it could easily be enjoyed all day. I am leaning for 4 stars as it’s a nice aromatic. Dave da Dragon