Pipe Tobacco Tins For Sale: Page-3

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

AG3 – Now here’s a fun deal! A 7-day set of Pease two ounce tins from the year 2012, meaning you get ripe 5-year old rendition of a different Pease blend to smoke every day of the week! If you thought these blends were good fresh, wait until you try them with 5-years of further fermentation and ripening. You get a two ounce tin each of Chelsea Morning, Quiet Nights, Meridian, Lagonda, Sextant, Odyssey & Kensington! This 7-day set of ripe Pease favorites sells for $95

EW3 – Dan Tobacco’s early year 2001 production 50g tin of Blue note. Described this way by www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Mild, golden Virginias, that posses a naturally high sweetness, are mixed with a mild Black Cavendish. A fresh flavor of exotic fruits and a touch of Bourbon Vanilla is added to make this an extraordinarily mild blend.” This 16-year old tin sells for $18

AG3 – This is a factory sealed 16 oz bag of Mac Baren’s HH Vintage Syrian. No longer made, of course, and factory dated to 2016. Almost 50% Syrian Latakia! As detailed on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “The base of the blend, a little under half of the volume, is a smooth and yet powerful Latakia from Syria. This tobacco gives the blend the overall smoky taste, a powerful taste and yet without any tongue bite. To add a spicy note to the blend, Turkish Oriental has been added. A mix of different Virginia tobaccos from 3 continents adds a sweet natural taste. To complete the taste with depth and body, we added a little Dark Fired Kentucky from the US.” This one pound bag of vintage Syrian leaf from Mac Baren sells for $55 – SOLD

FT3 – Former’s Straight Grain Flake in a 50g tin that is dated back to 2006. As described by www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A really full bodied but amazingly smooth dark flake tobaqcco prepared from traditional English recipes and methods. A good pinch of mellow yet spicy Perique brings out the rich flavor of Former’s Straight Grain Flake.” Just this 1 decade old tin is available for $12

FT3 – Astley’s No. 2 Virginia/Perique combo in 50g tins that are just a couple of years old (dated to 2015). This one combines Bright and Red Virginia leaf with Perique in a manner that is somewhat subdued rather than bold in its presentation of the Perique. The two types of Virginia make for a delightful ensemble as the smoker works steadily down the bowl. Just 2 tins available for the bargain price of $12 per tin

TA3 – This is the Orlik re-lease of the old Dunhill Ready Rubbed and these 50g tins are the year 2015 first year production. This Orlik version has a more Virginia flavor at the forefront with the Burley and Orientals as a backdrop. The Murray’s era topping was almost like a background of honey and almonds while this re-release has no added flavoring that I could detect. A good smoke. I have 2 tins available for $14 per tin

TA3 – This is a 100g tin of Stokkebye’s 4th Generation Series 1882 that is a factory dated second year 2013 production tin, so, about 4-years of age on this one. As noted on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Latakia, sun-cured Orientals, mature Virginias, and full-bodied Kentucky leaf are blended together to produce this old-fashioned English smoke by Erik Stokkebye.” Just 1 tin available for $16

TA3 – This is a 100g tin of Stokkebye’s 4th Generation Series 1957 that is a factory dated first year 2012 production tin, so, about 5-years of age on this one. As noted on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “1957 is a ready-rubbed blend of exceptional golden, mature Virginia tobaccos that demonstrates the natural sweet Virginia taste and its pleasant aroma.” Just 1 tin available for $16

TA3 – From Stokkebye, this is Villiger 1888 Late Night in 50g tins that are factory dated to 2010 and 2011. From www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A sweet, satisfying blend of select Virginias and Black Cavendish flavored with Irish Whiskey to bring a pleasant end to the day. Villager is a Switzerland based cigar manufacturer specializing in Dominican leaf. They merged with Stokkebye back in 2010 and now produce pipe tobacco under the label Villiger 1888. I have 5 tins available for $12 per tin

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 2 tins still available for $15 per tin – SOLD OUT

VV3 – The new John Cotton’s Numbers 1 & 2 50g tins that are first year 2016 run. Blended by Russ Ouellette and described by www.tobaccoreviews.com – “This is a mild to medium-bodied blend of ripe Virginias, fragrant Orientals, spicy Turkish leaf and latakia. There’s enough latakia to let you know it’s there, but the marriage of the Cyprian leaf and the various Orientals produce an exotic flavor, and the Virginias add just the right amount of sweetness for beautiful balance. John Cotton’s Nos. 1 & 2 can be enjoyed anytime, and will never overwhelm the palate.” I have 4 of these almost 2-year old tins available for $12 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 $10

TA3 – 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

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