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Sat Sep 08, 2018 12:35 pm

I recommend Samuel Gawiths 1792.
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Sat Sep 08, 2018 12:38 pm

And if you don't like Tonquin, Samuel Gawiths Lakeland Dark is 1792 sans topping.
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Sat Sep 08, 2018 2:32 pm

Sadly nicotine doesn't really affect me anymore. The last blend that gave me the nice heady feeling of lady N was Haunted Bookshop which kind of fits into that same style as Old Joe. Another one that supposedly carries plenty of nic and flavor is Peterson Irish Flake
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Rusticated wrote:
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I'm interested in the choices of those more seasoned than I regarding tobaccos that you consider to have a strong nicotine content with great flavor...thanks!
I would have added one more qualifier...cheap! Err, I mean "a good value smoke". :king:
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Kevin Keith wrote:
Sat Sep 08, 2018 2:43 pm
Rusticated wrote:
Fri Sep 07, 2018 11:05 pm
I'm interested in the choices of those more seasoned than I regarding tobaccos that you consider to have a strong nicotine content with great flavor...thanks!
I would have added one more qualifier...cheap! Err, I mean "a good value smoke". :king:
Always a consideration...
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Since I just finished smoking some and I always get that throat tingling about halfway through I'm also going to toss C&D Black Frigate in the mix for consideration. TR rates it at medium strength. Rummy goodness. It's a crumble cake and can be pulled apart and rubbed out easily but I think it tastes best when I slice a chunk off with a knife and then rub it out. Maybe I'm crazy but it seems more balanced when I cut it vs going caveman and tearing off a wad

Another favorite is GLP Sextant. It's got a bit of punch to it and TR rates the strength medium to strong. Even rummier goodness. Both taste best when you go really easy on them
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Sun Sep 09, 2018 5:23 am

aside from others mentioned, I'm a big fan of GH Kendal Dark. Great in a pipe, great as a cigarette.
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5 Brothers is a no brained to me AND
C&D’s Dark Burley really kicks ass
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MacBaren's has a couple tobaccos with a lot of Dark Kentucky that are really good. But the biggest nicotine kick I ever had came from a C&D blend called Exclusive. 50% perique! I bought that at Smokingpipes.com
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MacBaren's has a couple tobaccos with a lot of Dark Kentucky that are really good. But the biggest nicotine kick I ever had came from a C&D blend called Exclusive. 50% perique! I bought that at Smokingpipes.com
Exclusive is really good. I smoked up a pound of it pretty quickly. I have another pound I will open when I polish off thebag of Three Friars I am working on.
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