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Hearth & Home Signature Grandma's Kitchen

Grandma's Kitchen is a blend for those who want real tobacco flavor and a smooth aroma. Nutty sweet Burleys are combined with the mild spice of red Virginia, two natural toasted black Cavendishes, and a bit of a vanilla-based steamed black Cavendish. This mild, cool blend delivers real tobacco flavor with a hint of sweetness, and a pleasant, unobtrusive aroma.

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Grandma's Kitchen 1.5oz Shipping Constraints
1.5OZ TIN In Stock $10.29 $7.49
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Overall Rating 4.6 out of 5 Based on 5 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Hearth & Home Signature Grandma's Kitchen”

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4 out of 5
Flavor you don't have to work for.
I gave three stars to both the Egg Nog and Caramel Apple Pie flavors. I gave this one 4 stars because I enjoyed it the most in regards to overall flavor. I didn't have to work too hard to taste the flavor of GK, which was great, because I hate having to get my bowl hot for a taste. The only reason why I didn't give it 5 stars is because I wish that the flavors were more powerful.
5 out of 5
great tobacco
great smoke !
5 out of 5
Good stuff!
Love this blend. This is the meat and potatoes of pipe tobacco. I will be ordering more.
5 out of 5
I bought this for my fiancé for his birthday to go along with his pipe. I ended up giving his gift to him early as I couldn't wait for him to try them! The flavors are pleasant, not harsh at all. As a lady, I don't mind the smell. Much better than a typical cigar. Very aromatic. I may even let him smoke it in the house on Christmas as it smells so delicious!
4 out of 5
Just like what grandma used to smoke..
This is a very good blend in my opinion, but I'm a burley guy, not too impressed with strong aromatics. This one is Burleys up front, VA close in tow with cavendish now and again. Tin note is deep vanilla, lightly applied. You really only get any tin note at all with your sniffer right in the tin. Once you get there it's vanilla, then burley nut, then a little something from the VA, some spice light enough that I have to leave you guessing as I still am. This weed handles well in packing and lighting but for some reason needs more spark at the halfway point and then again further down. Not sure why that is. Flavor is burley with slight vanilla and super VA spice, light but delicious. Room note is mostly burley with some vanilla. Lady N makes her presence known but ever so smoothly, a great fix for small jobs around the house. Although advertised as an aromatic Grandma's kitchen will certainly let aromatic smokers down as the topping will be too light. As a burley fan I welcome the added flavor but would prefer a caramel or maple topping. Just personal preference, of course. All in all this blend is excellent but is destined to fit a niche of smokers who like the traditional high quality American burley blend but are looking for a taste of sweetness from time to time.
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A good transitional blend. It is just in-between a full aromatic and a classic American blend (non-aromatic). Also a good example of a burley strong blend. If you want to move beyond aromatics in your journey to pipe tobacco nirvana, this is a good first step to non-aromatics. Just enough sweetness to give you cover, but you get a good taste of the tobacco (in this case, the burley is dominant). I personally like to go aromatic, or English, or American and not go "hybrid"; however, I gave it a try, and it was a nice change of pace.
Grandma would not have me smoke this blend in her kitchen, but it’s a great choice for the porch or patio. Strong (but not overpowering), this blend is a bit rustic in its flavor, reminiscent of forgotten farms on country backroads. This blend is born from the feeling you get when you motor down some two-lane highway and you see that lone chimney standing in an overgrown field where once a home stood – it’s melancholy, affectionate and honest. It’s leaps and bounds away from the angry periques and others that bite and scratch the smoker, but a bit too potent to puff around uninitiated guests who are more sensitive to the room note of a pipe. And it may seem redundant, but I’ve also found this blend to be a bit “smokier” than some – that is, it lingers longer and seems thicker as it curls from the bowl. For someone who likes to sit by the low glow of a lamp and watch the patterns the smoke adopts as it flows from the bowl (as I do), this isn’t a bad quality, but one to take into account if sneaking a smoke in the house before the wife gets home or before you’re going to have other passengers in your car. Either way, I would definitely order this blend again, if only because I’m fond of where it takes me.
I like sweet tobacco and it is not what I expected. I may be very good for more experience smoker, but I found it to be a bit bitter and dry.