Sam Gawith's 1792 Flake Query.

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pitchfork

Lifer
May 25, 2012
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Jay, I've seen that, too, but is it from Gawith? I can't find that anywhere connected to the company itself, only retailers.

 

beastinview

Part of the Furniture Now
Jan 5, 2016
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Poor Sam Gawith. They went to make an unflavored tobacco and then put "Lakeland" in the title.
If only they know how anathema that word is to many pipe smokers in the internet pipe community.

 

hawky454

Lifer
Feb 11, 2016
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Yeah, that's the description I'm talking about but I don't remember where I read it.
Poor Sam Gawith. They went to make an unflavored tobacco and then put "Lakeland" in the title.
If only they know how anathema that word is to many pipe smokers in the internet pipe community.

I know, right. Not too good of a name there.

 

texmexpipe

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Oct 20, 2014
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After reading all this about Lakeland Dark, Im tempted to find me a tin of it!

 

blendtobac

Lifer
Oct 16, 2009
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I think tonquin bean is like deer tongue: either you dig it, or you DON'T.
Interesting that you mentioned tonquin and deer tongue together, since they both get most of their flavor from their coumarin content.
Russ

 

mawnansmiff

Lifer
Oct 14, 2015
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I've often read about deertongue...even looked it up once...but have never knowingly tasted it. I should imagine if it has an affinity to tonquin flavourwise then I would avoid that too if I knew it to be in a blend.
Regards,
Jay.

 
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