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McClelland Stave-Aged 35 Virginia Ribbon

So Mcclelland's 35th anniversary is coming up and what better way to celebrate than with an American classic, Bourbon (with a twist)! Instead of aging the tobacco in the barrels, they decided to age the barrel in the tobacco. Inside every tin is a piece of charred Kentucky Bourbon white oak barrel imparting a subtle, long-aged whiskey aroma and flavor giving the tobacco a soft, mellow character. Happy 35th anniversary McClelland!! Cheers!!


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McClelland Stave-Aged 35 Virginia Ribbon Shipping Constraints
1.76 OZ TIN In Stock $14.70 $10.49
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These items cannot be shipped to a Washington state address.
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Overall Rating 4.67 out of 5 Based on 3 Ratings

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Good smoke
Very nice aroma. Easy to smoke.
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35 staved Virginia
Exquisite dusky bourbon taste Will balanced good Virginia base. Excellent
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Bubble gum Virginia
Odd as it may sound when I open this tin I got the scent of classic bubble gum, now I'm not sure how Mc Ketchup and Bourbon turn into bubble gum but that's what I pick up. The burn is great the moisture level is just right upon opening. The ribbon packs easily and overall I'm happy with this blend.
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In my opinion this blend could also be called Frog Morton's Cellar Lite" It's not as strong, but still tastes really good. The tin note has a heavenly bourbon sent, but when smoking does NOT come across as an aromatic. if you rush this tobacco, it will smoke hot, this needs be to savored and enjoyed. It lights easily, and stays lit...very dry in the can, which is not a bad thing. I love Frog Morton's Cellar, and this is very close (including the piece of oak in the tin) but is still enjoyable. Part of me want to mix the 2 together and combine the best of both worlds. Not sure if I need to have both this and Frog in the rotation, but I wont be trading it away and I am sure I will eventually buy more. I will keep this for those long smoking sessions where I know I wont be bothered....a special occasion smoke.