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Velvet Pipe Tobacco

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Brand: Velvet

Model: Velvet

Tobacco Type: Burley

Cut: Ribbon

Blend Type: Burley

Strength: 2 of 5

Taste: Mild

Room Note: Pleasant

Flavoring: None


  • 1.5 oz. Pouch
  • 7 oz. Can

Country: US

Room Note:

13 Reviews

  • 4
    Use it to blend with Sir Walter Raliegh Areomatic

    Posted by Roger on 15th Mar 2023

    I enjoy blending the two tobacco's together as get a good even burn, nice areomatic flavor. I have done this for years.

  • 4

    Posted by Jerry Shantz on 5th Jan 2023

    This is a good tobacco, my uncle smoked this Back in the day. Good memories.

  • 4
    Sutliff eastfarthing

    Posted by Jerry Shantz on 4th Jan 2023

    Good tobacco, set back put lord of the rings on, have a bowl , you won't be disappointed

  • 4

    Posted by Robert Day on 26th Oct 2022

    Good Tobacco

  • 4
    Velvet pipe tobacco

    Posted by Walter Spalvins on 14th Mar 2021

    Nice flavor, moist but not too moist. Ready right out of the pouch.

  • 4
    Good Tobacco

    Posted by Erik on 5th Jan 2021

    A good old favorite. The room note and flavor are good. My only issue is that it gives me a little tongue bite.

  • 4

    Posted by Yung Codger on 16th Dec 2020

    PERFECT entry level smoke. The velvet will always forgive. A loyal dog that would never bite its master Can leave a bit of a film If you huff and puff, but that's just to teach you. Mellllllloowwwwwwww. If you WERE to try to quit smoking cigs with a pipe, which I wouldn't necessarily advise, velvet is the bold you want to do it with. Entry level codger smoke. Don't forget how well it treated you when you move on to greener, more complex pastures. Not every blend will be so nice to you, nor forgiving of your mistakes. It was good enough for grandpa. It's good enough for you too. If you like it, cellar a big drum of it and move on to half and half. Tell em yung codger sent you.

  • 5
    Velvet pipe tobacco

    Posted by Gary gast on 9th Nov 2020

    Good smooth smoke with no bite, nice in the ole corn cob.

  • 4
    Godger Velvet

    Posted by dbl-bbl on 23rd Apr 2020

    I must confess that I am a burleyphile. This is not to say that I only smoke burleys ... as I do enjoy a myriad of tobacco blends. Nevertheless, when I'm in the mood for a no-nonsense, smooth, and nutty tobacco taste ... I'll reach for a burley. I've smoked quite a few codger burley blends in my day (e.g. Carter Hall, Prince Albert, Sir Walter Raleigh, Half & Half) and still do ... but for some unknown reason, I've put off trying Velvet. Perhaps because like so many pipers I've gotten caught up in that whirlwind of trying many of the so-called "boutique blends". Oh well, so many tobaccos ... so little time! I recently saw a Youtube video by the "artful codger" who did a great job of sharing the history of this long time blend. It piqued my interest so I decided to pick up a pouch and give it a try ... and boy I'm glad I did. This blend reminds me a lot of Carter Hall ... yet it's still different ... perhaps even a tad smoother and nuttier ... just what I like & expect from a burley blend. That's saying a lot for me as I really like Carter Hall (it's been my go-to burley smoke for many years). So now I understand why Velvet has withstood the test of time. By the way, burley's smoked in a cob pipe seem to make a perfect combination ... just like baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet!