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Maple Flavor

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    supdog

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    I love, love all things maple. Other than Maple Street by Sutliff what other brands or blends would you guys recommend? I want to taste (not just smell) MAPLE. I've done the search thing and there's not much talk about maple tobaccos except for Maple Street.

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    Altadis Rum And Maple

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    C&D Autumn Evening
    Boswell Maple Leaf
    Gatlin-Burlier Mountain Maple

    Those are the three I have open at the moment.

    If the tobacco has CHOCOLATE in the name, then surely you bought it for ME!
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    I'm not much of an aromatic smoker, but, thanks to a recent visit from the Canadian box pass, I have been thoroughly enjoying a small sample of C&D Autumn Evening. I will be purchasing a large quantity for aging as I suspect the magic is in the moisture level with this one. Give it a try. It's a nice red Virginia with a maple topping that leaves the room smelling like pancakes

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    Autumn Evening is excellent! It's the only aero that I always have on hand.

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    The best maple flavored blend I've had was McClelland's Town Topic from their Premium Aromatic line. It burns really well and leaves a good note and flavor of maple. Didn't get tongue bite at all from it and I've pretty much finished the tin. It was my daily morning smoke on my way to work for almost a month.

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    Brigham makes a Vanilla Maple blend that's not too bad though keep in mind im not a fan of flavoured tobacco

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    +1 to autumn evening

    People sleep peacefully in their beds at night, because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.
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    Thanks for the responses, I've got Autumn Eve, Town Topic, Maple Street and, Latham Circle by H&H on my radar.

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    Thanks for the thread, I'll be checking out these blends. Especially if the Autumn Evening turned a non-aro guy.

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    When he has it, Steven Brooks of House of Calabash's Canadian Maple is great. Sterling Tobacco Maple Leaf is a good blend also.

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    Brigham makes a Vanilla Maple blend that's not too bad though keep in mind im not a fan of flavoured tobacco

    Does anyone actually sell Brigham tobacco here in the U.S. now? I've yet to see it anywhere but in Canada (50g pouches for $20-$25 Canadian IIRC).

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    McClellands Townsman's Cavendish Blue. It is from an old 19th century style maple tobacco. Very tasty, not overwhelming.

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    Secret Insider tip: ssssh Pipeworks and Wilke's Vermont Maple Cavendish!

    Suffering from a serious case of "EPARD", also known as the Estate Pipe Acquisition and Restoration Disorder.
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    C&D's Pot O' Gold.

    Blowin' smoke since 1970.
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    I LOVE autumn evening. This is the only blend i have an actual pipe dedicated to. I have an english/balkan blend pipe but autumn evening has its own pipe. Not that it needs it, dont get me wrong, but everytime i load this one pipe with autumn evening it is nirvana.

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    Agreed with mikeacrdlnds, Steven Brooks (House of Calabash), Canadian Maple, very special

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    I cast another vote for P&W Vermont Maple Cavendish. Carole, the lady that owns the company, will adjust the amount of maple syrup in the mix according to what you want.

    Smokey

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    Autumn Evening is a definite must try!!!

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    Pipeworks and Wilkie is my goto Maple blend, followed up by Autumn Evening...Great stuff...and the stache note is awesome...

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    Just cracked a tin of Town Topic and smoking it in my Meer. Very moist from the tin. No drying time. It taste very nice...........

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    Wow, I wrote off aromatics when I realized that I liked balken and vaper blends. This was actually quite pleasant. This is a nice change of pace.

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    I found some Townsman Maple at my local b&m. It's old (the girl had to dust off the package before she rang it up) that and the fact that their prices are normally higher than internet prices but this was marked several $ lower than what I can find on the internet. The maple flavor and aroma are gone. The tobacco is sweet and nutty and very smooth.

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