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What's Your Favorite Frog Morton Blend?

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  1. fitzy

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    I love Frog Morton Cellar(my first and only frog so far). I really want to try all of the Frog's but can only buy one tin for now. So if you could smoke only one Frog Morton blend which would it be and why?

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    P.S. That Frog Morton Cellar is what get me to start liking English/Balkan blends and now I love them.

    Edit too Corrected capitalization in title, L.


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    Actually of the two I've tried, Cellar is my favorite. I found Cellar to be bordering on a crossover (maybe that's why I enjoyed it more). You could try the original Froggie (it took McClelland four years to perfect and release and is blended to be a softer, gentler, but full flavored English) -- but I don't think you can go wrong with any of them.

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    I've only tried On The Bayou and On The Town. On The Bayou is my favorite of the two. I have some Cellar, but I haven't opened it yet.

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    I have triend Frog Morton, On the Bayou" & On the Town and I prefer On the Bayou, but not sure exactly why yet. I have a tin of Frog Morton, Acrosss the Pond, but I have not opened it yet. Likely I will be trying Cellar this summer as well.

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    FMOTB... I have tried all but cellar. Wife like the room note!

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    Haven't had them all, but love OTT.

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    I haven't tried Cellar yet (Must resist TAD!), but have tried the other 4 and like FMATP the best. They're all good but I'm nearly done the FMATP and the others are still over half full.

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    I've only tried the original from Morton... I didn't care for the smell but loved the taste... Enough for me to try the others.

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    FMOT

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    So far I have tried across the pond, on the town, and the original Frog. I enjoy these equally well. .

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    I have tried all the Froggies. Cellar is my pick. It is pleasing, mellow on the tongue and burns to a nice white ash. It is a very good tobacco, as are all the Frogs. But Cellar is pretty special. Smoke slow and enjoy.


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    Cellar

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    In Europe I can't find any of these blends, but I am moving to KC in a few months and I am going to smoke the living crap out of them.

    Sorry for not contributing, just a thought I felt like posting

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    I've tried Regular FM, On the Town, Across the Pond, and Bayou. Of those, my favourite is On The Town. I have yet to try FM's Cellar as I hear only good things about it!

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    I got a sample of FMOTT and I really enjoyed it. I am in fact going to be buying several tins to keep in stock very soon.

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    Regular is my favorite, I've also tried ATP and didn't like it.

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    On the town is my favorite.

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    Cellar is my fave.

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    I really like the original and OTB but Cellar is my favorite.

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    I've only tried FMOTB and FMC. I love cellar but FMOTB is still pretty great. I need to try the other Froggies as soon as i can afford it.

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    On The Town is my favorite. Smooth and easy to smoke.

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    I can't wait to try all of them. I decided to order the original Frog Morton then when I can afford it I'll get On the Town followed by Across the Pond and then finally On the Bayou.

    I also need to buy a few 100g tins of Cellar. That stuff really is fantastic.

    rotschefeller you are in for some great times when you get here. Tobacco here is really cheap and easily accessible compared to other countries.

    P.S. Thanks for the editing Lawrence

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    Just bought my first frog tin today. Went with cellar and really enjoyed it. As a VA smoker it was a nice change of pace

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    To be honest, I've yet to find a frog I didn't like. But if I had to pick I guess the standard From Morton is mine.

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    I got Across the Pond and On the Bayou during the Secret Santa Exchange, I'm gonna put in my vote for On the Bayou. But if you saw my post on it you probably already knew that. I have yet to try the others but that days approaches swiftly

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    I'm a "On The Bayou" guy myself.

    I'm so awesome, I make myself jealous of myself.
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    The Original Frog and On the Bayou are the only ones that I have tried, but I have to admit that Frog Morton is one of those smokes that I really have to be "in the mood" for. Its really only a blend that I like when Im transitioning from warmer to colder weather like something in the Fall, but when I crave it, nothing else will even remotely come close. Its also good for those times where I want a smoke that I dont have to think about, just something to load up and puff away because its so nice and mellow.

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    LOVE the FM Cellar. Somehow they managed to combine the best features of English-style, Latakia and flavorful aromatics without any of the bad. And absolutely NO tongue bite, even when I get to chuffin' pretty fast.

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    I've received my tin of original Frog Morton can't wait to try them all.

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    Always been partial to the original myself. The others are good, but never stuck with me like the original. Used to have a Sasieni 4 dot billiard that was born to smoke Frog Morton.

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    Cellar

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    original

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    I've yet to try the original, but I've tried all the rest at one time or another. So far the Cellar and Bayou are my two favorites, with the Cellar taking a slight edge. I just picked up another tin of Cellar to stash away the other day.

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    I said original, but I like them all

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    This:

    LOVE the FM Cellar. Somehow they managed to combine the best features of English-style, Latakia and flavorful aromatics without any of the bad. And absolutely NO tongue bite, even when I get to chuffin' pretty fast.

    IMO, Froggie Cellar is the quintessential representation of the crossover blend.

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    I'm a newb, and have so far only smoked aromatics. I picked up a tin of cellar this week. When I opened up the tin, the latakia knocked me over. I didn't expect my tobacco to smell like barbecue! i thought for sure I would hate it, but lo and behold, the taste was nice, and indeed, no bite at all!

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    Happy to hear you liked it, Jeremyh

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    Great more stuff I must try

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    Glad to see some votes for On The Bayou. Just got a tin of it tonight and will try a smoke after dinner.

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    Never smoked a frog. Ate one once. Pretty good.

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    Just tired FM Cellar. Wow. A wonderful sweet nuance to an already good series of blends.

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    I really Love FM Cellar. It is just unreal good tasting to me.

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    I talked to a friend the other day who'd smoked the whole line of Frog Morton blends and had to call me to say he had just opened his last can in the series, Frog Morton Cellar and fired up his first bowl of it.

    I really liked his take on the Frog Morton blends:

    "If you smoke a pipe and you can't find one or more Frog Morton blend you really love, you're puffing on your pipes from the wrong end!"

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    The only one I've tried is On The Town and it is absolutely wonderful!

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    Sorry for the double post!

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    I thought I'd responded to this, but must have been another, similar thread.

    Anyway, FMOTT, followed by FM (original), then FMOTB. Have Cellar in the cellar...and just got FMATP. Will likely try the FMATP next.

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    I really like them all, some more at differing times of the day.

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    Original is my favorite, but they are all very good blends. Now working on my first tin of Cellar.

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    I've only tried FM, and FMOTB, original is my favorite so far. A really flavorful line of tobacco. I'll be ordering ALL the other frogs soon.

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    'Cellar' is my "go to" right now. In fact I just finished a bowl in my Butz-Choquin Churchwarden on my patio. I have tried all of the other froggies and regular FM would be my next favourite.

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    Really like FMOTB and FMC, but I guess I don't have enough of a discerning palate to pick up much difference between the two.
    I tried one one night, and then one the next night, and they still taste and smell almost identical to me.
    But both are great, so no harm, no foul.
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    I love all of the Frog Morton blends but I think Cellar is the crown jewel of the bunch.

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    I guess that I am going to have to pick up at least one of them on my next order.

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    Frog Morton Cellar is currently my favorite pipe tobacco. I haven't tried the rest of the line but I would love to. Plus I'm a Tolkien fan and love that it's named after a town from his work just outside of the Shire! It's a beauty.

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    Have a tin of Frog Morton (regular) and love it. Had a sample of In The Cellar; thought it was weak with an artificial whiskey taste. Had a sample of On The Town; nice, but like Tashkent a lot more. Will be replacing the Frog Morton (regular); enjoyable smoke with great taste!

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    I can't believe that Across the Pond is getting like no love here. The Syrian Latakia component in this one makes it the most balanced and interesting of the series, in my humble opinion.

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    Ive only tried on the bayou, not too impressed with it. It's good and all but just not so good I would need to stock my cellar with it. It's all a matter of opinion of course

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    All I have tried is the original that is 8 years old...it is pretty awesome, definitely on my list to stock up on...gonna get all of them.

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    I have tried regular frog morton, frog morton cellar, and frog morton on the town, and I loved them all but cellar was my favorite with on the town close second and the original 3ed

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    I've tryed them all, On the Bayou is probably my favorite. I don't smoke it all that often, but always have a tin or two on hand.

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    Cellar...without a doubt. And that's what I've done too. I've cellared about 50 100g tins.

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    I've only tried Frog Morton regular and Frog Morton Cellar. Both are fantastic but the Cellar is by far one of my favorites. Easily an all day smoke.

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    After researching some reviews on the ‘Frog Morton’ line of tobacco and its positive reviews I decided to purchase the sample pack from Pipes & Cigars. I’m certainly not a veteran pipe smoker, and rather new to it after my failed attempts at doing so some 35 years ago. I just received the 5 can sample pack today and decided to first try the “Frog Morton’ to try something other than aromatics.

    Obviously, the first thing one does is to give it a whiff and I’ll honestly have to say that it (Frog Morton) was one of the most obnoxious smells I’ve encountered! Well, certainly not the worse after smelling some of the things I encountered thanks to Uncle Sam back in 1966 – ’67, but pretty freaking bad! Anyway, seeing all the positive reviews on this blend I simply figured that there was no possible way on earth that it could conceivably taste as horrible it smells. However, much to my dismay and disappointment… it did! I’ll admit that it smoked quite smooth, but after smoking a bowl full I immediately had to rinse out my mouth with mouth wash to try and get rid of the disgusting taste. It smelled like rotten tree bark mixed with compost, and regretfully, tasted like it.

    Maybe this particular blend is an acquired taste, but I’ve never understood that term. Years ago my uncle would drink Scotch, and said it was an ‘acquired taste’. To me, if you don’t care for something, then why on earth continue with it? Personally, I hate fried liver and would rather shave my head with a cheese grater, chew on aluminum foil while sliding down an asphalt roof bare naked all at the same time rather than place a fork full of liver into my mouth. But… that’s just me, my taste and I’m much too old of a dog to try and change it.

    Anyway, I opened up the can of FMOTT and it smelled exactly the same way, albeit not quite as pungent as FM so I’m not holding up much up for that either. I still have unopened 50g tins of FMOTB, FMATB, and FMC. I’ll certainly give them all a try seeing that I spent the money on them, but if they are at all anything whatsoever like FM… FORGET it!

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    I've only tried the Original so far, but I like it. Then again, I've come to love Latakia, so that's no surprise. I was a little startled to find it so robust after hearing so many people describe it as a "crossover" blend, but perhaps my sense of such things has been addled by my love of Black House and House of Lords...



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    I see that when I first posted on this thread, the only Frog I had tried was OTT. Well, I have since tried all of them and OTT is probably tied for 2nd with Cellar. I'd say the original FM is number one, and ATP is third followed by OTB in the rear. That being said, I really love all five of them!

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    Oh by the way, I've also had Deep Hollow from the Craftsbury line, and it's one of the few Va's that I truly enjoy!

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    Bought them all in 100 gr tins, all were good, but only one that i bought a second tin of is "on the town"

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    I like all of the Frog tobaccos, but I would say the Cellar was my favourite.

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    For me it is just basic Frog Morton, though I do like the cellar. I plan to get a couple of tins of Frog Morton to put in the cellar on my next order.

    I know what I need, smoke, I can't recall the last time I tasted it....Gandalf in the mines of Moria.

    "we shall have to share pipes, as good friends must at a pinch'....'I keep a treasure or two near my skin, as precious as rings to me. Here's one: my old wooden pipe. And here's another an unused one...He held up a small pipe with a wide flattened bowl, and handed it to Gimli. 'Does that settle the score between us', said Merry. 'Most noble hobbit, it leaves me deep in your debt."
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