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One Aromatic to Rule Them All???

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  1. aro222

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    Ok gentleman I know that this has been discussed many times over, however I haven’t seen this topic come up in a while.
    What is your favorite aromatic ? The one that you wouldn’t ever want to run out of. The one that you crave while in a meeting at work. The one that every now and than, the faintest whiff of it can magically transport you to a simpler time, the one aromatic to rule them all. Perhaps choosing is the hardest part of that question. While I ponder this...what do you guys think ?

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    One aromatic to rule them all

    Well, you pretty much made my mind run to it with that line. Right now, it's Old Toby from the Country Squire. So yes, it was the potentially unintentional Lord of the Rings reference that got me. Yes it's cased with sugar, but dammit, it's one tasty aromatic. I bought 4 ounces of the stuff and I'm running through it faster than anything else, since I'm smoking it all the other times of the day, until I get home and have that before bed latakia kick.

    Edit: Thank you Anthony, you're the reason I'm addicted to Old Toby now......

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    Is St Bruno an aromatic? Semi-aromatic? Anyway, I love it.

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    The only two straight aromatics I have in my cellar are Cult Blood Red Moon and Sutliff Molto Dolce. I don't smoke them that often, but when I am in the mood for something really sweet, these provide a nice change of pace for me.

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    Gunner, Black Frigate. Say "Hello" to my little friend!
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    I haven't found it yet There are a few that I smoke occasionally, but I haven't got an aromatic for that occasion that I'm stranded on that island often spoke of here....

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    Haven't found it either. I enjoy all the ones I've bought. It's like you asking what's my favourite camera lens or lens type: it's impossible to pick one: they all have their place.

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    Geeezzz Jay... Thanks a lot.

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    I've avoided aro's, though some have crept in.

    Some would technically call Black Frigate and other rum/navy styles aro's. I enjoy those.

    I've been enjoying the LJ Peretti Thanksgiving Blend I opened 5 months ago and I have some Exotic Orange/Passion waiting to try.

    Generally, though, I buy non-aro's.

    EDIT: Glad to be of service, David...

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    Right now it's a tossup between MacBaren Vanilla Cream and Hearth & Home Trout Stream

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    My first knee-jerk reaction was that there were no aromatics that I would only want one of... then in reflection, there is no one tobacco of any genre that I would want to smoke exclusively.

    Michael
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    Your right it is difficult to narrow the list down to one
    I really enjoy my aromatics and have tried so many that I’ve loved. At this point I can bring it down to the top three.
    In no favorable order
    Boswell’s chocolate cream
    Cornell and Diehl mocha
    Sutliff vanilla custard
    But there are so many more which are fantastic
    Lane bca
    Boswell’s pipers pleasure
    Sutliff molte dolce
    Bobs chocolate flake
    The list goes on and on and I’m so grateful that there is such a wonderful variety of tobaccos available to us for that exact mood or time of the day
    This is such a great little hobby that we are involved in and I consider myself lucky to be a part of this community
    Thanks boys

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    My two Aromatic blends of choice are Dan Tobacco Sweet Vanilla Honeydew and Sillem's Black.

    The "One To Rule Them All" was McClelland Best In Show. I still have a jar in the cellar and that comes out when I'm smoking around company or in public around nonsmokers. It always gets compliments for the overt the top sweet smell. A real crowd favorite.

    You mention Bob's Chocolate Flake above. I personally don't consider that an Aromatic. It is a favorite of mine, but I think it is very tobacco forward.

    Neal
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    The two aromatic blends I really love are Frog Morton (original) and Troost Slices (tinned). Neither is strongly aromatic...maybe they are more of crossover blends? For most of the stronger aromatics, I find the tin notes and even room notes delightful but am not overly fond of the smoking experience.

    Unfortunately, one isn't made anymore and the other isn't imported to the US. Although I know that every time someone brings it up there follows a chorus of "there will never be another McClelland," "Glad it's not me, I finished buying tobacco two years ago," etc, I still search for a substitute for these blends in the remote hope of finding something to fit the bill. I have quite a bit in the cellar, but not a lifetime supply....

    PS: npod, agree on Sillems Black, a very fine blend.

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    Right now, it's Old Toby from the Country Squire.

    Same here. And not just because of the Lord Of The Rings reference in the title of this thread. I tried this for the first time... around Thanksgiving I think, and I've been hooked on it like Balrog's whip on Gandalf's leg! It has nearly become my one solitary blend. If not for the fact that I just like variety, I'd be neglecting just about everything else. But even so, I'm smoking at least three bowls of Old Toby to any other blend.

    Thank you Anthony, you're the reason I'm addicted to Old Toby now......
    You're welcome!

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    I'm still too new to the pipe to have a best, and so far I've liked every one I have tried, some more than others, of course. Mac Baren Original Choice is a favoritem as well as Lane 1-Q. But I have too many unopened tins yet to try.

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    I actually have 2 because I mix them 50/50. Lane Limited 1Q & BCA. Sometimes I'll mix Lane's RLP-6 50/50 with the BCA.

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    I'm not an aro guy, as a general rule, but I enjoy GL Pease's Virginia Cream fairly often (it's one of my few indoor-approved blends, so it gets a lot of smoking on rainy days), and to me the classic aromatic is Lane 1-Q.

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    I agree bobs is tobacco forward however I still pick up some sweetness of the chocolate way in the back so I tossed it in the mix anyway
    I love the Lakeland’s and it’s in my rotation. Just something satisfying about it...

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    Molto Dolce wet straight out of the tin...I like the crackling.

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    Have not tried that gl pease Virginia cream
    What’s it like ?

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    Hahaha
    The crackling is satisfying isn’t it ?

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    Is any aromatic good enough to rule them all?

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    Molte dolce is only one i got right now rarely smoke it finally dried out been open since dec. Lol its pretty good stuff though

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    Just one? Doesn't that miss the point? Aromatics are like going to the cafeteria and asking for this salad, that entree, this bread and that dessert. Settling on one aromatic is like going to the cafeteria and ordering just one item. That's why there are so many food and drink flavorings.

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    Have not tried that gl pease Virginia cream
    What’s it like ?

    JimInks probably has the best review of it on tobaccoreviews. I'd describe it as an aromatic for people who aren't super into aromatics.

    Here's an analogy: I love black coffee, drink it every day. I hate overly sweetened lattes and various other Starbucks-style drinks. But every now and then (maybe twice a year), I get a caffe latte, but made with half the flavoring and half the sugar. It really hits the spot when I'm craving something sweet, but it doesn't mask the underlying coffee taste. This, to me, is what The Virginia Cream is all about-- good Virginia tobacco is the point of this blend, but the topping provides an added element when you're craving something sweet. Also gives it a wife-approved room note.

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    Easy. Boswell Christmas Cookie.

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    G+H dark flake scented.

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    Billy Budd. Kendal dark vanilla would be a close second.

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    Ennerdale

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    Hiland's Black Gold.

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    McClelland Captain Cool

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    Oh Hi lands black gold...I forgot about that one
    That blend is absolutely fantastic

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    -Question ... too ... hard ...

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    My favourite aromatic is definitely Peter Stokebbye's Nougat which, with reference to the thread's title, was the actual blend smoked by the LOTR cast on set.

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    Wow that’s interesting Ali
    I might pick some of that up out of curiosity
    Is it good ?

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    enjoyed cult brm, ashton guilty pleasure and winding road. then found va/per.. then english blend. still have tins of few aros that i haven't opened. too many tobaccos to try.

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    HGL is my favorite

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    Mixture 79.

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    L.J. Peretti's Blend 432. It has never let me down when I want a sweet smoke. I hope one day to try the Country Squire's Parsons Blend. Maybe that will take over...

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    My current favorites are C&D Founding Fathers, Sutliff Apple and good ol Lane 1Q

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    Erinmore Flake is as close as I can go into aromatics. I like GL Pease blends and have been thinking of trying his Vanilla Cream.

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    I smoked aros of one type or another from the time I was 18 to when I quit at 40 and I have to say that Lane's 1Q is as about as good an aro as you will find. If you want it a little smoother, just mix a bunch of BCA in with it and give it a little drying time. That was, and now that I'm back into smoking a pipe again; is still my "go to" aromatic. That being said I'm now getting a little more into English blends...Especially "split the difference" blends....I find they seem to provide the best of both worlds and unlike true heavy english blends, the wife doesn't give me too much grief about the smell and one less thing for her to complain about is a win / win for me.

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    Sutliff Apple

    Their 245 ZBC isn't too awful bad either.

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    1. Extinct- Mc Clelland Easy Street. 1. Living and well Savinelli Aroma and Sutliff Vanilla Latte.- Sorry it is a tie with the ones living...

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    Too many good aromatics to choose from. You might as well ask me which of my grand-daughters I love the most.

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    I don’t really consider Condor & St. Bruno to be aromatics I prefer to call them Scented Tobaccos. I see aromatics more as being flavored with things we would commonly see in foods and desserts, that being said some countries use rose and other florals in foods, drinks and candies so it’s not exact. Anyway, my favorite full on aromatic without a doubt is:

    DTM Blue Note

    It’s been with me since the start and I still always keep it on hand. Wonderful flavors that don’t just come through in the room note but it’s one where the tin note translates to taste. Just delicious and will get you a lot of compliments, even by none smokers. The Tobaccos are of high quality and it’s more of a RR than a ribbon cut, if you buy it by the pound you’ll see a lot of loosely rubbed out flakes. Will ghost your pipe so it’s worth dedicating a briar or a cob to it. No other aromatic has ever come even remotely close in my opinion and it has decent nicotine to boot.

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    Actually I take that back, Glenn Piper is up there with Blue Note and I enjoy Bagpipers Dream as well. So, yeah, can’t just pick one but as far as heavily flavored aromatics go, those three are my top dogs. Crossovers such as Pembroke (or SH Cognac Mixture) and Black Frigate are also nice from time to time.

    Scented blends:

    Condor Plug
    Condor LC
    Condor RR
    St. Bruno RR
    St. Bruno Flake
    GH Dark Flake Scented
    GH Kendal Flake
    GH Ennerdale
    GH Westmorland Slices (lightly scented)
    SG Bracken Flake
    SG Kendal Cream
    SG Grousemore
    SG RB Plug
    SG Canon Plug
    HU Sissinghurst
    HU Daddy Gefftl
    HU Hadde’s Best Irish

    Never ask a man to pick just one, cause you’ll never get “the one” response.

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    Maybe Granger, because no one thinks of it as an aromatic, but I have it on good authority that it is. Kentucky rough cut with a little, what? Anisette or something.

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    GH Dark Flake scented,Ennerdale and Bosun are my regular aromatics.
    dont like any of the cherry,vanilla,maple type aros that I have tried,In fact GH top balck cherry was one I actually threw away before the tin was empty

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    I'm not a big aro smoker, but I do like SWRA because it's not too over the top.

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    Lane's 1Q and Cult Blood Red Moon are my top aromatics.

    Still have a good amount of them in the cellar, but these days it's more VaPers, VAs, or Dark Fired Kentucky blends that are in my regular rotation.

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    I am more interested in natural tobacco flavors but I have pouches of Prince Albert, Carter Hall and Half and Half within hands reach.

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    McClelland Deep Hollow, GLP The Vanilla Cream, GH Ennerdale, Grasmere, Condor, 1792. There are others but these are in rotation right now.

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    Guess we can safely conclude that there's no such thing as The One Aro.

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    Favorite aromatics:

    GH American Delight
    GH Bob's Chocolate Flake
    GH Cherry Cream Flake
    GH Ennerdale Flake
    GH Kendal Flake
    PS Sambuca
    Skandanavik Full Aroma

    I also like Sutliff Black Cordial. I don't smoke it straight but mix a little with another blend that I want to liven up or sweeten.

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    Well I’ve really enjoyed reading the above comments, thinking about the original question I’d have to say my favorite aromatic would be Drew Estate’s Harvest on Hudson. When I heard they were going to stop producing pipe tobacco I stocked up, but am slowly running out. It’s such a unique taste and room note. Perhaps one of you know a substitute for it? Drew Estate produced sevral similar blends, all of which I’m missing now.

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    My "one" aro to rule all other aromatics would be The Country Squire's Rivendell. It is the only aromatic I would need in my tobacco rotation.

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    Samuel Gawith - Cob Plug

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    I don't smoke many aros, but my favorites are Dunhill Royal Yacht, Ratrays Exotic Orange (now Passion), and McClelland Deep Hollow.

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    If I could still find it
    McClelland chocolate cream hands down
    Damn I miss that blend !
    Such a shame we lost McClelland

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    I go to Lane BCA a lot and have a pouch mixed half and half with Butternut Burley. Now I'm going to have to try Old Toby. In general, I don't like fruit flavored blends and threw away a Cherry flavor one time. It sort of stuck in my throat. It's all about what you like.

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    I’ve been smoking a lot of two aromatic blends lately.
    Both are MB blends...Scottish Blend and Amphora Original Blend.
    If I much choose one, then Scottish Blend rules them all.

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    Stanwell: Melange has to be one of my all time favorites

    Black Cavendish, toasted Burley, Orientals, and bright Virginia, with apricot and vanilla.

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    1792 for me.

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