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Cornell & Diehl Sunday Picnic Review

Sunday Picnic & Dunhill Bulldog

It’s been quite some time since I sat down to write one of these reviews, so naturally I turned to a blend that is an old favorite—Cornell & Diehl’s Sunday Picnic. Sunday Picnic, from C&D’s Simply Elegant series, was one of the first labels I really fell in love with when transitioning from whatever was […]

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C&D Oak Alley Tobacco Review

One quarter of the year 2021 is gone already.  It’s as if each upcoming moment turns to the one before it and says, “Hey dude, hold my beer.”  For example, this review nearly didn’t make it—I had a catastrophic hard drive failure.  Of course I didn’t back up, apparently I’m an idiot who likes living […]

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C&D Yale Mixture 2010 Tobacco Review

Yale Mixture Tobacco 2010

It surprises a few people when they learn I write my reviews in a small, outdoor space barely big enough to fit two folding chairs, attached to an expensive apartment not much bigger.  My pipe tobacco “cellar” is a well-protected, medium-sized chicken yakitori box from my sous days.  Maybe some believe a “pipe guy” is […]

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Cornell & Diehl Manhattan Afternoon Tobacco Review

After a week straight of smoking Latakia blends, I was up for a nice sweet Virginia pipe tobacco. I also wanted to pop open a tin from my collection that I hadn’t tried before. It’s a cold rainy Saturday morning, the weekend before Christmas. It’s one of those lazy rainy days so I’ve queued up […]

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Cornell & Diehl Tuskegee Airman Pipe Tobacco Review

In a word – WOW! I suggest you go out and buy as much as you can of Cornell & Diehl’s Tuskegee Airman right now. This is one of the best English blends I have ever smoked and I am going to try to buy all of it for myself. I just rented a U-Haul […]

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Cornell & Diehl Kajun Kake Pipe Tobacco Review

Cornell & Diehl’s Kajun Kake is aptly named. It has Perique Tobacco, hence "Kajun" and it is a crumble cake cut, therefore, "Kake". We have another reason for the word "Kake", as it is a mildly sweet blend with its’ main component being Red Virginia Cavendish. When you open the tin you see a solid, […]

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