The Unknown Origin The origins of flake tobacco are uncertain, but it was developed to address storage, dryness, and flavor issues faced by seafarers who were avid pipe smokers even as far back as 300-400 years ago. In the early history of tobacco, spun and loose forms were common, but they posed problems during long…
Radford Tobacco was a prominent English manufacturer whose products adorned the shelves of tobacconists throughout the 1900s. Originating in Harrow, London the company had many popular pipe tobaccos and snuffs, a few of which remain to this day.
In this blog we look at one of the fan favourite American blends, the luxurious Coffee & Caramel…
A brief look at one of Britain’s most popular pipe tobaccos, Gold Block.
This is a public service announcement. 4th Generation Pipe Tobaccos have entrerd the building!
Century is a manufacturer of loose pipe tobacco in the American Style. Beloved for their aromatic classics such as American Black Cherry and Rum & Maple, the company has released two new, distinct tobaccos unlike anything in our loose pipe tobacco collection.
75 Years This weekend marks the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a country wide celebratory event marking 75 years since her ascension to the throne. Festivities will commence on Thursday 2nd and conclude on Sunday 5th, with many people enjoying a long weekend thanks to the bank holiday. As one would expect the Jubilee will see many…
In the modern pipe tobacco market there are countless Cherry blends to choose from. What makes B.C. Cavendish so special?
Find out about the unique Lakeland/Honey tobacco known as Rich Dark Spring Dew.
In this blog we look at one of the finest examples of a Virginia & Perique Flake, Reunion Series No.27.