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bent1

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I’d go with McClellands Blackwoods Flake. It‘s never let me down, and if I’m rescued, and there’s any left, I’d have currency in just about any part of the globe.
 

renfield

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It would have to be McClelland 40th Anniversary.

Anyone picking a Gawith blend would never get them to dry out enough to smoke with the prevailing island humidity. Oh, cruel fates. On the plus side the tobacco could be used to fashion a flame retardant shelter.
 
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luigi

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I would take a barrel of one that I won't name - to burn it so the plane or a ship that would pass by would save me from the island and take me to the nearest tobacco shop.
Seriously now, for virginias it's best FVF, for burleys maybe Solani Aged Burley Flake. No idea for english blends, Balkan Sasieni is pretty cool but is it english?
 
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alexnc

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Telegraph hill, mellow and a bit sweet. I might could do it though it would be really hard to smoke a single blend
 

briarbuda48

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MacBaren Vanilla Cream loose cut, GL Pease Temple Bar, The Country Squire’s Green Dragon or Sam Gawith’s BS Flake would all do the trick for me.
 
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