G.L. Pease Cumberland - Pipe Tobacco Reviews

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jonesing

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Feb 11, 2010
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Nicely done Bob.
This sounds like something up my alley with the Dark Fired KY.
How did you find it compares or contrasts with some of the G&H stuff? They are heavy on DF blend components.
You say this one is sweet smoky which is exactly what I like in a fire cured tobacco. G&H swings to the bitter smoky to my buds.
Any insight?

 

python

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I haven't smoked any G&H blends in quite some time, so I am hesitant to compare them.
The sweetness in Cumberland is very subdued after the beginning of the bowl and is there more as a complimentary note, IMO. It is a pretty strong blend.

 

lbarraa

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Feb 20, 2010
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Cumberland has enough nicotine for start or finish the day.

Great review, this blend is fine for cellaring.

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Luis Barra

 
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