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ISO: LJ Peretti Scottish flake - can trade McClelland or others 12/2/2018

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  1. witchofthehollow

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    Hi fellas, ive just nearly finished up a 1oz sample of Peretti Scottish flake and while I have a little bit left, I would love to have some more. I understand this contained some McClelland leafs so I am prepared to trade McClelland for it. An 8oz tin would be fantastic, but id welcome a couple 2oz tins also. I can purchase, or trade equal ounces:

    Sealed
    McClelland 40th Anniversary 2018
    McClelland Blackwoods flake 2017
    McClelland Christmas Cheer 2017
    MCclelland Boston 1776

    I also have available 8oz bags of Esoterica as that seems to hold some value, Dunbar, And so to Bed, Cardiff, Dorchester, . Or PM me what would work.

    Thank you and Happy Holidays

    ps - I got some strange messages last time asking to buy my trades, sorry Im not really interested in selling.

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    I believe the lj peretyi house blends were only sold be weigh. I don't think they were tinned.

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    I thought they came in paint cans.

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    Thanks aquadoc, yes my sample came straight from one of their yellow paint can tins

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    I was recently at the Peretti store and do not recall them having this blend in stock. Is it still being produced?

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    Also, do you know what the McClelland blend was called? Going to drive to several stores this weekend to see what McClelland blends I can find hidden away. Kind of like a treasure hunt!

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    The Scottish Flake is out of production, as it was based on a McClelland tobacco and then treated further according to Peretti's recipe. I believe it was soaked in red wine at some stage. It is very dark and strong and I hoard the ones I still have left.

    You can buy their tobaccos loose or ask them to pack it in an 8 oz or 16 oz "paint can". You can even ask them to blend a unique mixture according to your specifications and pack it in a can with your name on it.

    Like their blends, their paint cans are classic. I remember seeing one in a man's office in a bank in New York City some 40 years ago. He would pop the lid of the can on his desk, dip his empty pipe inside the can, and light up. The scent was delicious and nobody minded in those days.

    Much as I love the paint cans, I do not use them for long-term storage. I repackage the contents in glass jars while keeping a small sample in a jar inside the can as a memento. Over time I have built up a collection of my favourite Perettis.

    Many of their blends are traditional and old fashioned, and are probably the best living example of changing tastes in American pipe tobacco since the 19th century. Very fine stuff.

    Anyone fortunate enough to have tasted Scottish Flake has experienced a piece of history now gone.

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    St Bruno you almost owe her a tin after that post haha, it sounds like some good leaf

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    Gimme a #metoo!! HAHAHHAAHHA

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    The Scottish Flake is out of production, as it was based on a McClelland tobacco and then treated further according to Peretti's recipe. I believe it was soaked in red wine at some stage. It is very dark and strong and I hoard the ones I still have left.

    You can buy their tobaccos loose or ask them to pack it in an 8 oz or 16 oz "paint can". You can even ask them to blend a unique mixture according to your specifications and pack it in a can with your name on it.

    Like their blends, their paint cans are classic. I remember seeing one in a man's office in a bank in New York City some 40 years ago. He would pop the lid of the can on his desk, dip his empty pipe inside the can, and light up. The scent was delicious and nobody minded in those days.

    Much as I love the paint cans, I do not use them for long-term storage. I repackage the contents in glass jars while keeping a small sample in a jar inside the can as a memento. Over time I have built up a collection of my favourite Perettis.

    Many of their blends are traditional and old fashioned, and are probably the best living example of changing tastes in American pipe tobacco since the 19th century. Very fine stuff.

    Anyone fortunate enough to have tasted Scottish Flake has experienced a piece of history now gone.

    Well this may have put the kaibash on anyone trading me a tin of Scottish Flake ha ha.

    Ill up the ante - I also have for trade in sealed tins:

    1983 McCranies Red Flake
    1999 McClelland Dark star
    Frog Morton Across the Pond
    2013 McClelland Black woods flake

    Not looking to sell these and would like to trade with long term members here. Thank you fellas

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