I’m a big fan of condor long cut, but as it is a pain to source, I have found gl pease Stonehenge scratches that particular itch enough. Not quite as heavy, but it does the trick. Occasionally erinmore flake even though the topping is farther from condor. But that’s for the flake, not sure about the RR. A Gawith Hogarth blend perhaps?
St. Bruno for sure, like a lighter version of Condor. Same idear but different variation. Some also say that Irish Flake scratches that same itch. I find them to be very different but it’s worth a try. Ya might also want to try Dark Flake scented.
I’m apparently the only one that thinks the Condor Plug made in Poland tastes pretty much exactly like the stuff made in Ireland. Embers, I didn’t even know you liked Condor, I’ve never heard you mention it before. Ya learn something new everyday, and all that jazz.
"Are there any Condor like tobaccos that are more easily accessible?"
Sorry chum but there is no substitute for the Mighty Condor.
As for the Polish stuff, I cannot comment to say, but such Condor aficionados as Weezell and Condorlover suggest it's not a patch on the original tobacco.
"It's what got me started on Lakelands." Duane, Condor is not and has never been a 'Lakeland Tobacco'.
I'm astonished to read you say that 8O
No real substitute, but some Condor lovers in the past have suggested: Peterson's Hyde Park and GW Rich Dark Honeydew. I love Condor, and I use these when I get the urge to smoke Condor, but don't have any.