Well, It's Official...... I'm Hooked On Carter Hall.

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redglow

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Jan 7, 2019
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Tried my first bowl last night. Then smoked another. Got up early before work to smoke CH with a cup of coffee.
Now, back home from work relaxing with some more CH.
Glad I bought the 14 oz. tub :mrgreen:

 

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sittingbear

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It's good stuff, and been around for a hundred years for a reason. Some prefer Russ O's Hearth and Home Chatham Manor, which I burn through, too. It is a match for Carter Hall because it uses higher quality leaf. Also, some detect a chemical taste to Carter Hall, although I can never taste it (but I'm a sloooow smoker).

 

madox07

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As a European, so please understand I have a bit of a different taste that you guys, I like Prince Albert better than Carter Hall by a long shot.

 

the85boro

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I'd like to get some more Carter Hall. Once I learned there were premium pipe tobaccos in the world I just flat out left the "common" brands behind.
I did get a sealed tub of Prince Albert when I ordered a pipe lot off of eBay. I didn't know it was coming with the pipes. Also, I got a sealed tin of Solani 660 silver with another lot I ordered. Nice surprises.

 

mso489

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Carter Hall is one of the grand old codger/over-the-counter blends that almost everyone can enjoy. If it gets a little routine, you can always jazz it up by mixing another blend or condimental leaf, and it is often good to go back to, as a change of pace. Along those lines, I like Iwan Ries Three Star Blue, Sir Walter Raleigh Aromatic, and PC Midtown series Chestnut, a match to the discontinued Walnut, not to mention a variety of pouch blends, most recently the new Amphora Burley. No one will like every one of these, but codger blends have something for everyone.

 
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