Rattrays Exotic Orange

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Fri Jul 27, 2018 6:50 am

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Thu Jul 26, 2018 5:23 pm
For anyone that thinks Exotic orange is over the top but dig that type Danish flavoring , as opposed to a sutliff cavendishe flavoring , and wish it werent so bright and flavored .. ya gotta try the Villiger line ! Theyr Danish type flavored blends toned down and they are just wonderful and super under rated , imho

Th only one I havent had yet in the English ..
https://www.smokingpipes.com/tobacco/by-maker/Villiger/
I'll have to give these a shot...IF I like the Rattrays orange! LOL
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Exotic Orange gives me anxiety, It's very overwhelming.
It does not really sound like my cup of coffee. Eventually I will try it though, and you never know.
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Exotic Orange gives me anxiety, It's very overwhelming.
It does not really sound like my cup of coffee. Eventually I will try it though, and you never know.
Tommy sent me some, I liked it. I bet you would think it's smokable but not something you'd go hunting for.
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Fri Jul 27, 2018 7:57 am

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Tommy sent me some, I liked it. I bet you would think it's smokable but not something you'd go hunting for.
This is my prediction as well.
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Exotic Orange gives me anxiety, It's very overwhelming.
It does not really sound like my cup of coffee. Eventually I will try it though, and you never know.
I liked it first but the lingering aroma of Orange in my pipe storage area kinda put me off it. I file this one in the goopy category.
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based on comments I've seen at the prior PSF, will probably stay from it
HU Bahia Orange is rumored to be good if you like orange. Problem is, it's only available overseas and is a bit spendy.
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based on comments I've seen at the prior PSF, will probably stay from it
HU Bahia Orange is rumored to be good if you like orange. Problem is, it's only available overseas and is a bit spendy.
no thanks

one thing i need to do is trade off some of what i got and expand my horizons...when i get around to messing around with this stuff
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HU Bahia Orange is rumored to be good if you like orange. Problem is, it's only available overseas and is a bit spendy.
The spendy bit moves it down on my list. To date, OGS represents the orange extreme in toppings.
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HU Bahia Orange is rumored to be good if you like orange. Problem is, it's only available overseas and is a bit spendy.
The spendy bit moves it down on my list. To date, OGS represents the orange extreme in toppings.
Orlik Golden Slice? I haven't smoked that stuff in years. I gave up on it because it's very flat to my taste buds. Maybe I'll give it another go to see if my palette has changed.
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Orlik Golden Slice? I haven't smoked that stuff in years. I gave up on it because it's very flat to my taste buds. Maybe I'll give it another go to see if my palette has changed.
I should have said the extreme from my experience. It is pretty mild, but a tasty Virginia w/ citrus topping to my taste buds.
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