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    Quote Originally Posted by thp001 View Post
    Dunhill blends are still being manufactured but are under the Peterson pipe tobacco brand. Dunhill sold the recipes/blends to STG but they could no longer use the Dunhill name. Part of Dunhill's exit from the tobacco world.
    No one I know has said there is any difference between Dunhill and Peterson.

    Same formulas and same factory.
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    I am really enjoying Inns of Court from Drucquer. A year in the cellar and it is A great bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolodave View Post
    No one I know has said there is any difference between Dunhill and Peterson.

    Same formulas and same factory.
    I have to agree. Any differences I notice can easily be explained with the aging of the samples on hand.
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    Having an anniversary smoke with a bowl of 2011 Dunhill deluxe navy rolls my favorite viking rhodesian pipe lit with my new Corona old boy. Name:  20200825_224426.jpg
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    First bowl of this blend in a 1981 Sasieni 4 Dot .
    This is a very nice blend of several tobacco.

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    Pretty one dimensional these days but I been smoking this Boswell's premium Burley like crack . Going to the Bank so having some good strong tea and a Rossi Lucca 8320 EX with some Burley loaded for the walk to(loaded after I took the pic oops). This is now my most current favorite pipe. Its meaty and comfy like an old friend and clenches great with a softy bit.And is a wonderful pointer too.

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    @ Grimclips.....I started out with Vikings and always thought them to be good solid pipes and plus one on the Rhodesian which is also a well liked style.
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    Ive been on heavy Covid
    seclusion so nice to see someone keeping this thread going Plus one and good on ya Rolodave. No I did not get sick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightblade View Post
    I started out with Vikings and always thought them to be good solid pipes and plus one on the Rhodesian which is also a well liked style.
    I am a firm believer that Vikings are some of the best bang for your buck pipes you can find. Sure I've had others in the same price range that smoked as well but rarely does the brand prove to be as reliable in its performance. I tend to clench, so bent rhodesians tend to be my favorite shapes.

    How's the nicotine on Boswell's burley? Old Joe Kratz is a favorite. Unfortunately my tolerance is lower than it used to be, so it can turn me a little green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimClippers11 View Post
    I am a firm believer that Vikings are some of the best bang for your buck pipes you can find. Sure I've had others in the same price range that smoked as well but rarely does the brand prove to be as reliable in its performance. I tend to clench, so bent rhodesians tend to be my favorite shapes.

    How's the nicotine on Boswell's burley? Old Joe Kratz is a favorite. Unfortunately my tolerance is lower than it used to be, so it can turn me a little green.
    I don't notice any jolt like most get from OJK. I like it because it just tastes fantastic and I can smoke it all day and be happy.It pretty much filled the hole that was left by McClellend shutting down.

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    @Grimclippers11 ..........I just spied your Kitty Kat in your pic. Here's my Misha.He's a super chill little guy.

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