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Thu May 10, 2018 11:50 am

C&D makes wonderful tobacco in other genres outside the typical Burley forward blends. I've worked my way through just a smidge of their offerings, but their English varieties work for me much better than some others. Their balkans are great too.

Can someone recommend a Burley variety that's on the sweeter side of C and D?
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I have a healthy cellar (may last me the rest of my life) and I can say this. There are only a handful of blends that I detest so if my house went up in flames, there will always be a tobacco that I can find comfort in. If there isn't, then the bottom has truly fallen and our personal choices and freedoms have probably disappeared as well.
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Wildcrow wrote:
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Can someone recommend a Burley variety that's on the sweeter side of C and D?
I get more sweet with Pegasus and Epiphany.
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Ruffinogold wrote:
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Actually C&D produces even more. They churn out C&D, Pease, Two Friends, Captain Earl's, Briarworks, and also the Low Country stuff
Yes , I think they're under the lundisi umbrella
Yup. From the outside looking in laudisi seems to be carrying a big stick and making a lot of smart moves. I don't see them faltering anytime soon.
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Mr Beardsley wrote:
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Yup. From the outside looking in laudisi seems to be carrying a big stick and making a lot of smart moves. I don't see them faltering anytime soon.
I really hope not.
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Fr_Tom wrote:
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Mr Beardsley wrote:
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Yup. From the outside looking in laudisi seems to be carrying a big stick and making a lot of smart moves. I don't see them faltering anytime soon.
I really hope not.
True, good things seem to be happening in South Carolina.
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Has anyone had the C&D Green River Vanilla ?
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Has anyone had the C&D Green River Vanilla ?
Yep! Haven't had a lot of it, but what I've had I really enjoyed. It's a good bulk black Cavendish
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How does it compare to SPBC?
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Ruffinogold wrote:
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Yes , I think they're under the lundisi umbrella
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