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What tobacco is similar to St. James Woods?

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free_byrd15

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I really love the St James Woods Blend and was wondering what other blends are similar. I'm assuming it's the perique in it that I love?
 

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Ah, yes! Perique, Perique, how delicious you are! St. James woods is good, but try Escudo and try the champagne of vapers Solani 633. If you like these, which are perique heavy, you are a vaper fan. There are many very good vapers out there, try G. L. pease Fillmore for a more earthy creamy taste. The pipe collectors club of America has a blend called Beacon which once it has some age on it is heavenly. Sam Gawith has St. James flake, which is very good, though a little hard to keep lit. in fact i will have a bowl right now. Russ Oulette has many very good vapers, they can be obtained from pipesandcigars.com. enjoy. :pipe:
 

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My shop only has a very very small selection....St james woods was the only vaper blend they sell. I'll have to do some searching online and try to acquire these others ones you speak of.
 
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If you like McClelland’s St. James Woods you might try the McClelland’s bulk blend 2015, it's very similar.
 

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You should give Hearth and Home Anniversary Cake and SG's St James Flake a try. I also enjoy McConnell's Scottish Cake as well. All are very good Vapers. I enjoy the St. James Woods as well and it is part of my Vaper rotation along with the others I have mentioned.
 

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Gawith & Hoggarth Louisiana Flake..........must be tried. ;)

Winslow :sunny:
 
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