* Pipe Tobacco Tins For Sale: Page-2

VS2 – McClelland’s Blackwoods Flake in a 100g tin that is dated all the way back to 1995, giving this top seller a marvelous almost 22-years of aging. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “The characteristic, natural sweetness of mellow, Red Virginias mingles inextricably with the richness and inherently spicy aroma of Black Stoved Virginias in this doubly aged red and black all-Virginia cake mixture. An artistic achievement in tobaccos for the pipe, this beautiful mottled flake is incomparable in smoothness, balance and refinement.” I have just 1 tin available for $48 – SOLD


VS2 – McClelland’s Blackwoods Flake in a 100g tin that is dated to 2003, giving this top seller a marvelous almost 14-years of aging. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “The characteristic, natural sweetness of mellow, Red Virginias mingles inextricably with the richness and inherently spicy aroma of Black Stoved Virginias in this doubly aged red and black all-Virginia cake mixture. An artistic achievement in tobaccos for the pipe, this beautiful mottled flake is incomparable in smoothness, balance and refinement.” I have just 1 tin available for $38


VS2 – McClelland’s #22 Matured Virginia in a 100g tin that is dated to 1995, giving the contents within a palate pleasing almost 22-years of aging. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A balanced blend of Eastern and Middle belt Virginias aged in cakes to develop their natural sweetness. A zesty tobacco with rich undertones, coarse enough to smoke on windy days outdoors, but easily rubbed-out to suit any occasion.” I have just 1 tin available for $42


VS2 – McClelland’s #24 Matured Virginia in a 100g tin that is dated to 1994, giving the contents within a palate pleasing almost 23-years of aging. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “An unusual form of Flake tobacco, its deep chestnut color results from the extended aging of full flavored Old and Middle Belt leaf very lightly seasoned with Drama. A smooth, robust tobacco good anytime for those who prefer the darker Virginia flavor. Is is especially well suited for outdoor smoking.” I have just 1 tin available for $42


VS2 – McClelland’s #27 Matured Virginia in a 100g tin that is dated to 2005, giving the contents within a palate pleasing almost 12-years of aging. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “An excellent all day, indoor smoke. This beautiful Orange-red, shag cut cake has a mellow flavor and a light subtle aroma.” I have just 1 tin available for $28 – SOLD


VS2 – McClelland’s Virginia Woods in a 100g tin that is dated to 2003, giving the contents within a palate pleasing almost 14-years of aging. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Formulated for a smooth, rich flavor with an incomparable woodsy aroma. Blended from finest matured red cake, Stoved Black Virginia, wide-cut Bright Virginia and other premium tobaccos. Virginia Woods offers one of the ultimate experiences in fragrant Matured Virginia blend smoking.” I have just 1 tin available for $24 – SOLD


VS2 – McClelland’s famous Oriental Series #12 in a 100g tin that is dated all the way back to 1990, giving the contents within a palate pleasing almost 27-years of aging! As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Rich and full of flavor, especially appealing in the evening, still spiced gently enough with Latakia and Turkish leaf to be a superb occasional tobacco for the individual who normally prefers lighter mixtures and Matured Virginias.” I have just 1 tin available for $42


VS2 – McClelland’s famous Oriental Series #8 in a 100g tin that is dated all the way back to 1996, giving the contents within a palate pleasing almost 21-years of aging! As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “An extremely refined medium mixture, its soft round flavor due to the fully rubbed matured red cake tobaccos forming its base. Lightly sweet, smooth and rich, a truly mellow smoke.” I have just 1 tin available for $34


TA2 – This is a 1980’s older 8-ounce tin of Mac Baren Mixture Scottish Blend when Fireside Industries was the importer. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A mild and lightly aromatic Scottish Blend, manufactured from ready rubbed, matured Virginia tobaccos, golden brown Burley, Cavendish and loose leaf ripe Virginia. Mixture is made from more than 35 different tobacco leaves from different parts of the world. This old classic tin sells for $75


TA2 – Although this one has some age with a factory date stamp of 2012, this is a 250 g tin of Mac Baren Mixture Scottish Blend. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A mild and lightly aromatic Scottish Blend, manufactured from ready rubbed, matured Virginia tobaccos, golden brown Burley, Cavendish and loose leaf ripe Virginia. Mixture is made from more than 35 different tobacco leaves from different parts of the world. Just 1 tin available for $38


VS2 – Mac Baren’s no longer made Latakia Blend in a 2 oz tin that has no date stamp but is Swisher Import, so, it is at least 10-years old. As noted on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A “roll cake” tobacco, spun from well matured Virginia and Cavendish with a special touch of Latakia, bringing out a fresh and wonderful aroma.” Just 1 ripe old tin available for $15


VS2 – Hearth & Homes Sunjammer 50g tins that are factory dated to 2006. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A smooth and sweet blend of bright and red Virginias, Macedonian and other Orientals, smoky latakia and a touch of unflavored toasted black cavendish. A traditional Scottish-type mixture, a great alternative for the Dunhill 965 smoker who is looking for the same kind of medium bodied, slightly sweet latakia blend, but would like something a bit different.” I have 2 tins available for $16 per tin – SOLD OUT


VS2 – Hearth & Homes 50g tin of Louisiana Red which is factory dated back to 2006. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A great sweet and spicy blend containing two different Red Virginias and a good amount of outstanding St. James Perique. The rich, round sweetness of the Virginias are complimented by the plum and pepper hints of the cool-burning Perique.” I have just 1 tin available for $16 – SOLD

VS2 – Hearth & Homes 50g tin of Virginia Spice which is factory dated back to 2006. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Virginia, Perique, and cigar leaf. For the pipe smoker who really enjoys the clean, sweet spiciness of a mixture of matured Virginias, but who wants something a little different. The difference comes from the use of cool-smoking Perique for a bit of plum and pepper, with cigar leaf added for a hint of round richness.” I have just 1 tin available for $16 – SOLD


VS2 – C&D’s Star of the East Flake in 2 oz tins that are factory dated to 2006. The flakes are easy to pack and load. Just rub some of the flake and it crumbles into the bowl and darned near packs itself.Lots of Latakia in this one (50% of the blend is Cyprian Latakia) and the taste is rather smokey and full. Not at all sweet and enough nicotine punch to please. You’ll catch the added spice of the Izmir Orientals and some solid depth provided by the Virginia element. But, Latakia is by far the main player. Smoke it late in the evening AFTER kissing the spousal unit goodnight. Otherwise, you may get kicked out of the bed. Just 2 tins available for $16 per tin – SOLD


VS2 – C&D’s 2 oz tins of Sunset Harbor Flake that are factory dated to 2008. As noted on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “For those who love the sea few things in life are more satisfying after a long day on the salt than dropping anchor in a quiet harbor and enjoying a beautiful sunset. C&D invites you to enhance the experience with a bowl of Sunset Harbor Flake, a classic Balkan style blend made with the finest Izmir Oriental to add a touch of spice to the end of a perfect day.” This one also has Latakia and Perique. I have 2 tins available for $16 per tin


VS2 – A long-time C&D staple, this is a 2 oz tin of Rajah’s Court that is factory dated to 2006. As noted on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Red and bright aged Virginias provide an excellent, gently sweet, base for this medium to full English blend. Turkish Oriental leaf and Latakia add layers of earthy smokiness and a mild pepperiness to the overall composition.” Just 1 tin available for $16


VS2 – Nat Sherman’s heralded English blockbuster, 536 in 50g tins that are not dated but come from a reliable consignor who sent them with a batch of tins from between 2006 and 2008, so, I believe these are in that ballpark. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “This classic blend brings together the finest mellow, Georgian, Virginias, black cavendish, Mexican burleys and Cyprus latakia, while evoking an exotic flair uniquely its own. This distinctly non aromatic blend produces an astonishing array of refined flavors ranging from mild to medium strength.” I have 3 tins available for $14 per tin


VS2 – Levin Pipes International’s St. James Woods that is in 100g tins that are factory dated all the way back to 1991, giving the delicious VaPer contents within a solid almost 26 years of aging. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A highly sophisticated broken Flake of matured Red and Black stoved Virginias pressed with the finest Louisiana Perique. This beautiful, mottled tobacco has an especially deep, rich character with that mysterious and compelling aroma that is Perique’s alone. A truly satisfying delight for natural Virginia pipe tobacco.” I have 1 tin available for $60


VS1 – This one started out in 2007 as a PCCA offering, but now, Orient 996 takes the McClelland’s name and these are 50g tins that are factory dated to 2008. This one contains a special Syrian Latakia that makes the compilation smoky and refined. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “A very special blend of sugary bright Virginia and aged, mellow red Virginia, seasoned with a good amount of rare Yenidje and a touch of Syrian Latakia. Ready to smoke, but designed to age beautifully.” I have 2 of these almost 9-year old tins available for $35 per tin


DT2 – Frog Morton on the Town 50g tins that are factory dated between 2003 and 2007 (I’ll sell the oldest to the newest as the orders come in). You must sample a tin of this at least once. It has a sweetness brought on by the Cavendish and Basma. It also contains enough Latakia to be earthy in flavor and delivers a nice rich, blue smoke. I have 1 tins still available for $16 – SOLD


VS2 – The now out of production and highly acclaimed Mac Baren HH Vintage Syrian in 3-1/2 ounce tins that are factory dated to 2008. In particularly high demand now due to the large amount of the no longer made Syrian Latakia used in the blend. As described by 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.” I have just 1 of these almost 9-year old 3-1/2 ounce tins still available for $42


VS2 – This is the original Savinelli English Mixture from the mid 1990’s when they were using the beautiful pictorial tin art. I’m not sure this one is still in production but the more recent tins just had the Savinelli name on the top label. It displays a mild “English” taste with the Burley giving the blend some oomph. The Virginia base is noticeable, yet mild. It burns quickly and for the most part, is very cool. One could do far worse (and, I have), than smoking this weed. Just 1 tin available for $25


ST2 – Astley’s #99 Royal Tudor in a 50g tin dated back to 2004, giving the contents almost a dozen years of aging. Strong flavor — very rich. A palate pleasing wad of stout tobacco that lets you know you’ve had a smoke. Latakia heavy? Perhaps, but in a way that soothes rather than irritates. The supporting Virginia and Orientals must have been selected with great care because they sure enhance the overall presentation. Just 1 tin available for $18


ST2 – Davidoff Scottish Mixture in a 50g tin dated to 2009. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Scottish Mixture’s smooth, flavorful and mild middle-cut blend is enduringly popular. The fresh and delicately flowery aroma comes from select grades of Virginia, Burley, Kentucky and a small portion of Oriental tobaccos – refined with a dash of the finest Scotch whisky.” Just 1 tin available for $16


ST2 – Robert Lewis Tree Mixture in an older style 50g tin that is dated all the way back to 2005. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “This blend is based on a larger amount of the Orient, which is known for its delicious soft and yet aromatic and spicy flavors. A little smoky Latakia and a pinch of Black Cavendish and Virginia perfecting the medium-strong blend harmoniously. Originally this was a “private blend” supplied to a frequent customer – Colonel Tree.” Just 1 tin available for $22


DT2 – C&D’s Consolation in a first year production 2 oz tin that is factory dated all the way back to 2002, giving the contents almost 15-years of aging. An elegant form of the old HOW Barking Dog as William Serad, whom I think is an excellent blender, made sure to have a Virginia rather than Burley base for this one and it shows as it is sweeter than if he had used Burley. The Latakia presence is there but in the background in order not to interfere with the overall presentation. Not a strong blend but not limp wristed either, and has a firm taste. This ripe old tin sells for $18


TA2 – From C&D, this is a 2 oz tin of Red Stag that is factory dated to 2012, giving the leaf within a solid almost 5-years of fermentation and ripening. According to www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Red and Golden Virginias provide a pleasant base for this medium-strength English. Latakia and Turkish Orientals offer their own addition to the blend giving it a pungent smoky and earthy flavors and hints of pepper. An excellent all round medium English, Red Stag is a nicely balanced and very well rounded blend.” Just 1 tin available for $14


TA2 – From C&D, this is a 2 oz tin of Black Duck that is factory dated to 2013, giving the leaf within a solid almost 4-years of fermentation and ripening. According to www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Richly earthy and woodsy, this blend of unsweetened brown and black Cavendish (specially cured Kentucky Burley), Latakia and Turkish Oriental leaf is a hearty full-bodied blend indeed. Certainly not an elegant smoke, it is nonetheless charming and rather complex once the initial surprise at its strength and earthiness subsides.” Just 1 tin available for $14

TA2 – Fox’s Hibernia Mixture in a 50g tin that is dated back to 2010, so, plenty of age on the contents. As described on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “This carefully blended tobacco is made from the finest Virginia, rich Kentucky burley and a touch of perique from St. James Parish, Louisiana. The aromatic vanilla flavor makes this smoke unmistakable, and is known to have spoiled even the most particular of connoisseurs.” Just 1 tin available for $14 – SOLD


TA2 – This is a year 2012 50g tin of Nording’s Hunter Series Pointer. You’ll detect a candy corn odor wafting from the tin when you pop the lid. This is a typical Danish style combination of Burley/Virginia (a light sweetness), and it burns cleanly and fairly cool too. If you like to taste your tobacco in light yet firmly tobacco doses, then flush out a tin of Pointer. Just 1 tin available for $14


FT2 – 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 $16


DT2 – Butera’s Latakia Mixture #2 in a 50g tin that is factory dated to 2008, so, lots of time to ferment and smooth out for the contents. This is a much more laid back tobacco than the #1 version because unsweetened black Cavendish has been added to lighten up the taste while providing fullness and the throttle has been eased back a little on the Orientals. The Cavendish also sweetens–naturally–the mixture. If you are a latakia lover who wants a more delicate taste than Butera’s Latakia #1, then you’ll find it here. Just 1 tin available for $14 – SOLD


TA2 – Mac Baren’s super popular HH Old Dark Fired first year 2012 production 100g tins. A very nice and bold tobacco. The steaming of the leaf certainly took away any tendency for there to be a bite to the leaf and the earthy flavor of the dark fired Burley leaf was stout and palate fulfilling. The Virginia was in the background and slightly sweetened the overall presentation. The taste was certainly on the high side of medium and I am sure the decades old Burley employed is what makes this one very noticeable in the strength department. Personally, I think this is one of Mac Baren’s finest offerings. I have 2 tins available for $20 per tin

TA2 – Mac Baren’s Stockton 3-1/2 ounce tin that is factory date stamped to 2005, so, a solid almost 12-years of aging on this tin. This one is similar to Mac Baren’s Dark Twist, but with a twist…. perhaps a little more body and a little less casing. I liked it, but because it was a wee bit too moist in the tin, had some trouble rubbing the discs out the first few bowls. I did try a larger bowl pipe with the discs just stuffed down in it and that seemed to help the flavor. This 12-year old tin sells for $24


TA2 – Mac Baren’s Mixture Flake in a 100g tin that is factory dated to 2013. As detailed on www.tobaccoreviews.com – “Mixture Flake is made from more than 35 different tobacco leaves from different parts of the world including choice Virginia and Burley tobacco and touch of the original Mac Baren Cavendish. Each leaf has its own special qualities and only by blending and pressing them in the right proportions does Mixture Flake achieve its unique taste. Mixture Flake does not consist of one dominant taste, but a profusion of different nuances of taste that keep changing? all from a single tamp of tobacco A unique, slow burning, slightly aromatic flake which you can enjoy all day long.” This almost 4-year old tin sells for $20


TA2 – Mac Baren Vanilla in a 50g tin that is dated to 2012. Fans of Vanilla aromatic pipe tobacco blends will find this to be quite pleasant. It has a smidgen of a tobacco taste, yet is loaded with enough vanilla to please the palate. I have tried many “Vanilla” enhanced tobacco blends over the years and this may just be the best yet. It burns clean and mostly dry all the way to the bottom of the bowl. This is not a biter either. This almost 5-year old tin sells for $16


 TA2 – Mac Baren Original Choice 3-1/2 ounce tin that is factory dated to 2012, giving the contents close to 5-years of ripening in the tin. I will recommend this one to the pipe smoking hobbyists among us who don’t care for a lot of tobacco flavor or nicotine and have a sweet tooth. Additionally, you can choo-choo train this one with your puffing cadence and never blister your waggle. It is a blend of Virginia tobacco from North Carolina and mild, air-dried Burley from Tennessee. Just 1 tin available for $18

TA2 – Factory dated back to 2012, these are 3-1/2 ounce tins of Mac Baren’s Navy Mixture. This blend was introduced in 1989 and then discontinued in 2014, so, this one is no longer available. From the www.tobaccoreviews.com website – “An exclusive and satisfying blend, manufactured from high class, full ripe Virginia and matured Burley tobaccos, rounded by a tasty, dark Cavendish.” I have 3 tins available for $18 per tin