I was helping a church member who is downsizing and she had thrown it in the trash, so I asked her for it and she said I could have it. Mild Very Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant I've been smoking pipes for about 10 years. I get the feeling that, if this tobacco had been discontinued for a few decades, people would probably be ranting and raving about how excellent it was and paying exorbitant rates for it in online auctions like with, say, Edgeworth Sliced. December 18th, 2009 at 11:52 am Kevin said: It is probably out of production. LongJnSilver - London - 5 people found this review helpful.
It is a great way to enjoy the simple things in life. The clerk replies, yes, we do. Sorry, old phone crank call joke from my youth. They were often finished with gold leaf or a cheaper mixture of bronze powder and lacquer used like an ink. » » Antique Tobacco Tin Value Guide Antique Tobacco Tin Value Guide We handle all types of tobacco tins and tobacciana from single items to entire collections.
How can you know if your tin is rare or common? Don't get me wrong, at certain times I like a bowl that will make your eyes water as much as the next guy. Albert's mom, who was a Victorian snort , despised smoking and would not allow it in the palace. On opening the tin, I got a whiff of burley. I am often told it smells like a cigarette or that it stinks, so I'm restricted to where I can get away with smoking it in public. It's hard to see such an old friend get anything but the high praise I believe it deserves.
I've often wondered if the blender might be using some economy wine for caseing because I taste a port-like influence to the flavor on occasion. A little history here before we begin. This combination of rarity and demand drives prices up into the hundreds and sometimes even the thousands of dollars. I think that everyone should try this blend at least once; I'll certainly be smoking more of it myself! Lucky Strike Flat Cigarette Tin — This flat tin would hold 50 cigarettes and can also be found in a Christmas version. If you find a patent number on your tin, this listing may help you determine it's approximate age. Hair spray and perfume also can dull many gemstones.
It probably isn't for you. What I found was a keeper. Very Mild None Detected Extremely Mild Flat Strong Am I being punked? The peso's are smaller diameter starting in 1907 through 1912. It smolders for almost an hour in the average pipe, delivering consistently flavorful burley smoke with overtones of cocoa and vanilla. I like this tin because every face of it has a lot of decoration and information.
Eat, drink, smoke and be merry! Most of the time, the tin will not have a date marked anywhere on it, and that's where some detective work on your part is required. I can't find any info about it. Reynolds Tobacco Company in 1907. What about an unopened can of Prince Albert? Reynolds himself moved to Winston-Salem, N. Thanks for looking, see you again soon.
I gave it a try, and boy, am I glad I did. Picked up a pouch while on a road trip. Mild Extremely Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant I've heard so much about this blend and I'm glad I've finally had the opportunity to try it. It has been suggested that Albert really had stomach cancer. Pipe Used: Brebbia , Kirsten, Missouri meerschaum diplomat Age When Smoked: 6 years Purchased From: Winn Dixie Similar Blends: In it own class. I could have listed tons of information about various companies histories, their slogans, advertising, etc. Yes its better in a cob! If you only want to be seen smoking Penzance in your three thousand dollar Dunhill pipe at your country club, than don't bother with Prince Albert.
Burns at a reasonable rate to ash with little trouble. Not bad stuff, monochromatic and cool smoking as others have noted. Each tin has great embosses flowers with rich color on a red or green background. They have great deals on many pipe tobaccos. This is the way to really enjoy this tobacco. Match clothing, furniture, table settings, automobile make, and slogans ex.
And then all the reasons why smokers like Prince Albert, i. I'll give this the best bang for the buck I've yet tried. Delicate cocoa flavors caused me to doubt my long-held destain for the Prince. Tapered tins, like those still used for some brands of corned beef, were first marketed in 1875. In smoking this feeling of it being unnatural subsided but did not go away.