I trust mso's suggestions, though I have only tried Stratfordshire amongst these and definitely resoundingly echo that rec. I am a big fan of C&D's Super Balkan as well. But for something a little different, try C&D's Habana Daydream. The chopped cigar adds a certain je ne sais quoi that doesn't scream "CIGAR" but really deepens the smoke.English is such a wide genre that it really depends on finding the ones that suit you. I'm a fan of several C&D English blends -- Old Joe Krantz, Billy Budd, Stratfordshire, Bayou Night, and Tuggle Hall included. Good old 965 is a dependable English, and of course, Nightcap. And so many others. I smoke enough blends with no Lat, that I don't get burnt out on it. But it is true, to me anyway, that Lat and Perique are overdone as default condiments in English blends.
I rarely smoke English blends now, but this is almost exactly what my lost would've looked like.Presbyterian
Kramer's Father Dempsey
Star of the East
The list goes on...So many out there with so many different nuances.