I’m trying Black Frigate for the first time later today. Looking forward to it. Apparently it has many fans here.
Doblone d'Oro is the latest on my to-buy after I stack a few pounds of my beloved >= 2007 blends.
Great thread OP. I’m interested to read all the responses.
C&D, GLP, McClelland (I know..), Peretti and even locally made Doblone d'Oro. But none of these have been or are available at B&M’s here in DK or neighbour German cities, as far as I know.
Hopefully I will visit USA again. Last time was a biz trip and in my spare time I only visited an impressive cigar shop in Houston and at that time (1997) I had no idea about above US pipe tobacco. :fy:
I shouldn't even post, having so much interesting "stuff" on hand, and smoking glacially slowly, and healing from some oral surgery that has me not smoking at all right now. However, since I'm still posting, I'll say I'm still intrigued with Presbyterian since I have doubled back and explored some milder blends. Several of the Peterson tin and pouch tobacco keeps calling; I enjoyed a sample from a member of 3'P and wouldn't mind ordering that. But if I listed everything I have unopened, I couldn't even write this. So much at my finger tips, not to even name the Dunhill and a few McClelland blends already at their unopened aged prime.
As far as things I currently have on hand that I plan to try once I smoke up some of my currently open tins: Cornell & Diehl's Exhausted Rooster.
As far as things I intend to buy soon: Drucquer & Sons' Inns of Court.
No more blends for me. Its taken some time,but I'm right where I want to be. The last of my "Want to Try" was "Codger Blends" and now I've been there, done that. I have enough variety to scratch the itch. I'm very, very fortunate.