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ben88

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Jun 5, 2015
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Howdy folks...
When you open up your tin, do you see intact flakes of more of a broken flake?

My experience - broken flake, unless them flaked break up easily in transportation.

 

derfargin

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Mar 3, 2014
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A little bit of both, however it doesn't matter, you gotta crumble it up anyway to put in the pipe. I'm a big fan of Bengal Slices it's approaching a spot as a top smoke for me.

 

twoonefive

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The dozen or so tins I've gone through so far have three or 4 large thick slices. There is sometimes a bit of crumble in the tin as well.

 

cerfer

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May 8, 2017
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This latest batch has been two large, tin-sized slices--mostly intact--with another half of a slice added. Fusilier's Ration, OTOH, has been more like Plum Pudding--lots of broken slices.

 

pipesticks

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Jun 29, 2016
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Since we're talking Bengal Slices and Plum Pudding, check out the "Saved By the Bell" battle combo at P&C. Tin of both for $18 compared to $13 each separately.

Good deal if you are in the market for both right now...

 

pipesticks

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Jun 29, 2016
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I don't see that Battle anymore on P&C website.
https://www.pipesandcigars.com/p/saved-by-the-bell/2004851/#p-2002800
I also highly recommend grabbing some Sutliff Virginia Slice while on sale. If you like Orlik Golden Sliced, you will like this too if not even more.

20% off with code MAR18

 
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