I was perusing tobaccoreviews.com when I thought about which houses have the most reviews and how many different blends they have. Houses with less than 3000 reviews I am not listing. If we have a math major, try to figure out who has the most reviews to the least amount of blends. That should also be interesting. So are any of you surprised at the findings?

McClelland is the winner with 6087 reviews comprising of 225 different blends.

Cornell & Diehl 4463 comprising of 261 different blends.

Mac Baren 4256 comprising of 83 different blends.

Samuel Gawith 4047 comprising of 93 different blends.

Dunhill 3241 comprising of 71 different blends

GL Pease 3209 comprising of 56 different blends