New Pipe Tobacco Cigars from Steve Saka and Jeremy Reeves

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I'll wait for the closeout. They may be wonderful smokes, but the price, in my opinion, is too high. By New Year's I expect to see them at Cigarpage for $49.99 for a ten pack.

I'd like to try the English No. 27, described as a "mixture of Burley and Turkish with Latakia pressed into a cake before being rubbed out and paired with Nicaraguan cigar tobaccos." I'm surprised there's no Virginia in the mix.
 
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I read the email, it’s not exactly a completely new idea. Durango cigars would probably agree. Never really got into the idea of pipe tobacco cigars myself. Aside from a lot of black and milds in my youth lol
 

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Yeah Steve, I'm keen to try the #27 myself but those prices are too steep for me. I'll wait for some reviews to see if it's worth it.
 

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It's not surprising that the aromatic version sold out first at Smoking Pipes. I assume it's the same customer that paid big bucks for Lars Tetens.
Now, I see that three of the four varieties are sold out. Wow at $15.30 a stick.
 
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It’s definitely an interesting idea. I’m sure I’d smoke one, if someone handed me one.
 
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