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PostSubject: The wondrous world of tobacco   Mon Sep 10, 2012 11:53 am

Just got back from McCranie's in Huntersville and got some Dunhill Royal Yacht (my oldest sis remembered our father smoking it) and some Sharons Crossing. They told me it is actually McClelland blend (2000). Smoking some Royal Yacht now and wow, really like the nic hit, will have to be careful with it. Will try the mature flake later and let y'all know my thoughts.

Just to add, McCranies never said their re-named McClelland bulk was theirs...makes you wonder why even bother.

No new pipe yet! ugh!

MC


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PostSubject: Re: The wondrous world of tobacco   Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:33 pm

Smoked London Mixture and Nightcap for years. Tried Royal Yacht this summer and found it quite enjoyable.
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PostSubject: Re: The wondrous world of tobacco   Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:38 am

Very familiar with Royal Yacht. I like both blends you mentioned. I just recently tried the McClelland 2000 and it's a nice sweet smoke. Smells good too.
You can't loose with either of those.
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PostSubject: Re: The wondrous world of tobacco   Tue Sep 11, 2012 11:16 am

So....after trying McClelland Bulk No.2000 Fragrant Matured Cake I have yet again found a new favorite.

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PostSubject: Re: The wondrous world of tobacco   Tue Sep 11, 2012 6:27 pm

MC wrote:
Just got back from McCranie's in Huntersville and got some Dunhill Royal Yacht (my oldest sis remembered our father smoking it) and some Sharons Crossing. They told me it is actually McClelland blend (2000). Smoking some Royal Yacht now and wow, really like the nic hit, will have to be careful with it. Will try the mature flake later and let y'all know my thoughts.

Just to add, McCranies never said their re-named McClelland bulk was theirs...makes you wonder why even bother.

No new pipe yet! ugh!

MC


"When people fear their Government, there is Tyranny, when the Government fears the People, there is LIBERTY!"
Thomas Jefferson

Royal Yacht is really one of the most unique and flavorfull Va's out there! I always have a tin in the stable and McC's FM 2000 is really my fave all day VA. Dunhill's Flake is one of the FINEST ALL VA flakes made, get some, you will like it !! Razz
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