We romanticize ye olde pipe shoppe with yt's dusty jars that have been aging for a decade because you know that's the best tobacco, the one that's aged. I suspect that most tobacco retailers want to move inventory rather than serve as everybody's collective cellar. The real money is made in a convenience store found on every corner and not in a pipe shop found.....how many B&M tobacconists are there in the U.S. nowadays? 15?Dr Uhaha wrote: ↑Tue Dec 15, 2020 3:35 pm ... I'm sure cranking out tubs of Carter Hall and Prince Albert that collect dust in plain tobacco shops doesn't look good on an executive's spreadsheet. Why bother when they can take that capital and invest it in further diversified products which will sell: "Spicy Nacho Cheese Flavored Black & Mild? Sold!!!"
I would try Spicy Nacho Cheese Flavor. Cranking up the flavor worked with those Dorito Tacos at Taco Bell. To eat one is love it.
Black & Mild is a machine made cigar and there is no other tobacco product that can rival a machine made cigar on predictable flavor and consistency and downright enjoyable smoke-ability. Capt. Black makes machine made cigars. Why can't we have Carter Hall cigars?