Sutliff Red Virginia Crumble Kake Pipe Tobacco - 1.5 oz

MSRP: $14.99
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TP-7838

Aged Red Virginia’s pressed into a vintage crumble kake providing an exceptionally sweet and smooth smoke.

Brand: Sutliff

Blended By: Carl McCallister

Model: Red Virginia Crumble Kake

Tobacco Type: Virginia

Cut: Cake

Blend Type: Virginia

Strength: 1 of 5

Taste: Mild

Room Note: Tolerable

Flavoring: None

Amount: 1.5 oz.

Country: USA

6 Reviews

  • 5
    Pert Good

    Posted by Jeebs on 15th Aug 2019

    I give this a 5 start because it is as close to a good red Virginia as you can get, since We don’t have Mccranies, opening the tin you get bombarded with vinegar but just let it air for a bit and you are good to go, unlike another brand of red kake , the kake crumbles well and lights and stays lit for a good smoke.

  • 4
    Sutliff , Red Virginia Crumble Kake.

    Posted by James Jones on 17th Apr 2019

    A unique Kake tobacco that easily breaks apart for a good tasting smoke with a great tobacco aroma. For me that last until the final quarter of the pipe bowl when it becomes a little harsh. At that point I empty the remaining portion. I fine this tobacco shines when mixed with other tobaccos as a blender which is the reason I purchased it in the first place. This tobacco is a valuable component for blending as also dark fired Kentucky and Perique. Smoked on it’s own I fined it slow burning and cool down to that last portion. IMO it is top quality red virgina tobacco and happy it is being produced.

  • 5
    Crumble Kake Red Virginia

    Posted by Glfjunke on 17th Jan 2019

    Fantastic.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  • 4
    Not McClelland, but scratches the itch

    Posted by Nick Maxfield on 9th Jan 2019

    I've only been more "serious" into pipe smoking for about a year. Extremely late to the McClelland party, but I've been lucky enough to try a few blends over the last few months (including some 20+ year old Christmas Cheer). Now, anyone who's tried McClelland VA's will know about the ketchup/vinegar smell to it. Sutliff definitely leans more towards vinegar, than ketchup, so it's a bit sharper on the nose if you just crack a tin/jar and stick your nose in it. Underneath that, I get dark fermented fruit. The kake is very easy to deal with. It breaks/falls apart quite easily. Easy to pack. It does well with a few minutes of drying time. As far as the flavor, it is definitely not McClelland, but some similar characteristics are there. Tangy sweetness and some creaminess that I would almost attribute to having a touch of Cavendish in there. I've seen no mention of Cavendish in the red va kake (only seen mention of that in the vaper), but I wouldn't be surprised if there was a touch in there. While still being somewhat "new" (my palette is still quite untrained), I've tried a handful of va/vapers, and while I can enjoy all of them at times, this red va kake is something I could smoke all day. Since McClelland will continue to be in shorter supply and/or quite expensive, this kake will definitely be a staple in my rotation. I'm looking forward to trying the vaper and English kakes next!

  • 5
    Yup, it's good

    Posted by Nick G. on 28th Nov 2018

    This could become my every day go to Virginia. A nice smoke!!

  • 5
    Almost McClelland - No. 5100 Red Cake Sub

    Posted by Mark Robertson on 10th Nov 2018

    Tried this a few times and I must say, though it's def not 5100 Red Cake, it is a good tasting close second. This will now be in my normal rotation. A must try for a 5100 substitute.