Any particular tobacco you favor the most . . .

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Any particular tobacco you tend to favor over others.

For me it is Three Sails . . . while I have an ample cellar I tend to smoke this tobacco more than others. I also find it plays well to add to or thin down other tobaccos. Price is also very favorable.

Curious about yours . . .

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Too many to list, but I would put C&D's Pegasus at the top of the list.
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simplepipes wrote:
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Any particular tobacco you tend to favor over others.

For me it is Three Sails . . . while I have an ample cellar I tend to smoke this tobacco more than others. I also find it plays well to add to or thin down other tobaccos. Price is also very favorable.

Curious about yours . . .

-sp
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I go with SWR for my top tobacco, the only tobacco I smoked for years and years. It's funny though that I never smoke it much anymore. I'm a cheap guy on a fixed income and that figures into what I smoke, Low Country and Grand Croupier for instance. The old "Pensioner's Blends" as they called them back in the Old Country.
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Prince Albert. Followed by Erin Go Bragh then SWRA. But PA is my go to smoke. I love the stuff.
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Wessex burley slice is the desert island tobacco for me. Pegasus is a very close second
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I get stuck on a blend for a few weeks then move on. Fickle taste I guess. If I listed a couple now in a month’s time I’d be on to something else.
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I like my tobacco affordable and bought by the pound. As a rule, black cavendish is too mild for me to enjoy. I don't mind a little aero flavor, but it does not take much for my palate.

Honorable mentions go to to SPRT, Double Down and LC VaBur.

I have to say that most anything by D&R falls in this category.
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Bayou Morning for me. Old Joe Krantz has has worked its way into the mix also. I’m a cheap SOB so bulk pricing is a must. Probably 2/3 of the bowls I smoke.
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My #1 is constantly changing. This is a good thing.

At present, it is MaBaren Scottish Blend.
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