* Pipe Tobacco Tins For Sale: Page-3

bargain-tinsIf you want great tobacco at a sizzlin’ savings, you’ve come to the right place!


ST3 – Factory date coded to 2012, I have just received a large lot of these almost 5-year old 50g tins of Orlik era Dunhill Early Morning Pipe in perfect, vacuum sealed condition. As described by www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Sweet Oriental carefully blended with Bright and Red Virginias, pressed and lightly stoved. Great as the `first pipe` arousing the palate for the further pleasures of the day. I have 5 tins still available for $16 per tin


ST3 – This is F&K Cigar Company’s uniquely named blend, Bat with a Hat in a 1-1/2 ounce tin that is dated to 2015. Described on the side panel of the tin as a sweet Burley, Virginia and Green River blend that “tastes like heaven and is crazy as hell.” Just 1 tin available for $12


TA3 – W.O. Larsen Limited Edition 2013 in handsome presentation tins. As described by www.tobaccoreviews.com – “This year W.O. Larsen offers a sophisticated blend of Virginia tobaccos and toasted burley. After a slow heating process Black Cavendish and Highland Whisky is added. A slight hint of orange is noticeable.” I have just 1 tin still available for $14 – SOLD


TA2 – This is Vauen’s Black Pepper in a 50g tin dated to 2014. According to the www.tobaccoreviews.com website – “The double-fermented Black Cavendish based on Virginia and Burley tobaccos delivers a uniquely smooth smoking experience with a distinct aroma of black pepper.” So, don’t smell the freshly opened tin or you might sneeze. Just 1 tin available for $12


TA2 – Mac Baren 7 Seas Series Regular Blend in a 3-1/2 ounce tin that is factory dated to 2013, giving the contents close to 4-years of ripening in the tin. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Black Cavendish and Golden Burleys. A soft and exceptionally mellow smoke. Delightful, aromatic taste.” This one has hints of cocoa and vanilla. Just 1 tin available for $15


TA2 – Mac Baren 7 Seas Series Royal Blend in a 3-1/2 ounce tin that is factory dated to 2013, giving the contents close to 4-years of ripening in the tin. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “An aromatic blend of black and golden tobaccos. A soft and exceptionally mellow smoke. Delightful, aromatic taste.” Just 1 tin available for $15


TA2 – Mac Baren 7 Seas Series Red Blend in 3-1/2 ounce tins that are factory dated to 2012, giving the contents close to 5-years of ripening in the tin. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Golden Virginias, light brown Burleys and just a touch of Cavendish sweetened with real Cherry extract.” Just 2 tins available for $15 per tin


VV3 – The new John Cotton’s #1 and this is a 5-pack of 50g tins that are first year 2016 run. Blended by Russ Ouellette. John Cotton’s No. 1 is a light and refreshing English blend made of matured and bright Virginias, select, small-leaf Orientals and latakia. It’s ideal in the morning or as an all-day type of blend. The subtle interplay of the Orientals and latakia are supported by the mellow sweetness of the Virginias. The blend has been reconstructed through research and sampling of vintage tins, which triggered blender Russ Ouellette’s memories of having smoked the blend in the seventies. This 5-pack sells for $45


JS3 – This is a 50g tin of the Lane resurrected Crown Achievement. This is a powerful Latakia blend. The leaf is of exceptional quality and provides huge volumes of smoke. The Virginia and exotic Orientals add a depth to the blend no often found in tobaccos of this style. The Perique plays cat and mouse with the palate the entire time and that was a good thing. No date stamp on this tin but made within the past couple of years. It sells for $12


RB2 – This is Jess Chonowitsch’s T-15 in 50g tins that are dated all the way back to 2003, and that may be the first year of production for this one. If not, I know that I’m close. I really liked the combined elements of this light, but savory blend. You can taste just about everything in the blend, but if you are a latakia lover, this may be a bit thin for your blood. The Burley and Orientals are the stars of this one with support mostly from the Virginia elements and then the Latakia back drop. If you are an aromatic fan, this won’t excite you either. If, like me, you have a palate that accepts a variety of flavors (as long as tobacco is one of them), then I think you’ll like ole Jess’s T 15. I have 4 tins available for $12 per tin


JS2 – The long out of production Chonowitsch series blend T-17 in 50g tins that are dated to 2009. Double broad cut light and dark Virginias, Old Belt plug, Macedonia, and Latakia make this characteristic medium Scottish mixture cool and slow burning with flavor. I have 2 of these almost 8-year old tins available for $12 per tin