Gawith & Hoggarth is what you want to experience the full fledged "Lakeland" taste. Even their "unscented" tobaccos have trace amounts of the floral flavouring. (There are a few exceptions, but the majority taste that way from what I've gathered)
As cigrmaster notes, most of the Samuel Gawith blends are just good old fashioned tobacco. Kendall Cream, Grousemoor, and Bracken Flake may be exceptions but I have not had either of them.
I still maintain that 1792 is nothing like the G&H blends beyond the use of fire cured leaf. PipesNovelist I think that you should really spring for a tin while it is readily available - who knows, you may find a new favourite for a tiny investment of $11.
Personally, I think that most people make 1792 out to be a bigger and badder beast than it really is. (It is strong, don't get me wrong, but it was not as bad as I thought it was going to be)