It's good, Love, and my local B&M sells a 3 oz. bag for fourteen bucks. I smoked a ton of it before I found this site. There are beefier Lat forward blends available and I'd suggest Larry' Blend or Ten to Midnight from Pipes and Cigars Hearth and Home series. You can buy an 8 oz. tin of either for 17.41 plus shipping.
Never tried it, but since it's from McClelland, I'm sure it's gotta be good. I'm just getting into Lats, and theirs are some of the best I've tried, so far I've had 3 of their Lat blends. All have been wonderful.
Thanks guys for all the great looking suggestions. Just a quick line to let all of you know that normally I do not utilize the site on the weekends. It's only because I like to dedicate this time to my family 100%. On the week days I will be very active on the site always. I could not pass up the chance to pass along this info seeing that many of you guys were offering me great information on my favorite blend. I love Latikia and I love it blended with anything as long as its heavy,heavy Latikia. Remember about the weekend post and thanks so much for the info.
Captain ill pm you about your connection Monday. Thanks again and you all have a wonderful night, ill get back to my pipe and my wife and family. Take care
McClellan's "coyote classic full", is an excellent tobacco. I was truly amazed how it's smoked, how it tasted, how it burned, and no tongue bite. It's a little more money than the rest of the blends, and it runs out a lot, so it must be popular. I always try to keep the pound or so on hand.
Truly a good smoke.
This was my first Latakia blend. I like it and actually bought a couple of ounces last night at my B&M. McClelland says it is "latakia heavy." It's relaxing for me to smoke, but I think I can only handle one or two bowls a day. Perhaps that's just because I am new to the latakia scene. I have also had their Dark English Full and Frog Morton Cellar. All of them are good, but I definitely enjoy this blend.
Since my last post in this thread I've tried it. I found it to be a solid medium English. The Latakia is very noticeable, but not what I would call heavy. I've since had many McClelland blends and I'd have to say, if you want a very Lat forward McC , then Blue Mountain is the one! As for their bulks, I prefer 5110 Dark English and Grade 1 Balkan over the Coyote.