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kabot

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Samuel Gawith - Skiff Mixture

This is my after a sturdy meal "Nightcap" type smoke. To me this is a full bodied oriental forward English. It needs a wee bit of drying time to get that body though.
Presbyterian

All day, any day smoke. Mellow but not too mellow.

 

mso489

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965, PS Proper English, Nat Sherman 536, C&D Stratfordshire, Lane's English Luxury

 

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Dunhill London Mixture

Peretti Royal

Pipeworks & Wilke Bestmake

Rattray Black Mallory
Now, if we include Scottish and Balkans, the list is a lot longer.

 

phantomwolf

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Frog Morton- (Town and Cellar)

Samuel Gawith - Skiff Mixture

Dunhill- Nightcap

Peter Stokkebye- Proper English

Dunhill- Early Morning Pipe
In that order, though it could change around a bit depending on my mood or if I'd had a drink or two.

 

woodsroad

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Pardon my obvious and unrepentant bias, but I am partial to the John Cotton's line, especially No. 1!


 

doctorthoss

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If we are defining an English blend as one with a good bit of lat, then mine are

Comptons York Full

Magnum Opus

Odyssey

Northwoods

Gaslight
But there are plenty more - it's hard to pick even five faves.

 

unkleyoda

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Your mom\\\'s house
excuse me going a bit off-topic, but: What defines a "English-Blend"? I always thought of them to be blends that contain Latakia and maybe Orientals. But some of my Va/Per and Kentucky Blends are also titled "a typical English blend/mixture".
I read an article that GL Pease wrote that said, "A blend with Virginas as the base were truly an English blend". I believe it was the standard set in the early 20th century. I think most people today consider anything with Latakia an English mixture, I know that is my category.

 

ophiuchus

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Oh, boy ... tough one ...
McClelland Legends, No. 5110 Dark English and Frog Morton Across The Pond

Dunhill My Mixture 965, Nightcap and Early Morning Pipe

Peter Stokkebye Balkan Supreme and Proper English No. 52

Samuel Gawith Squadron Leader
I know I've missed something ... :puffy:

 
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