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4th Generation 1931

Erik Stokkebye's father, Erik Peter, known to the pipe smoking world as Peter Stokkebye, was a gregarious man who was liked and respected around the world.  4th Generation 1931 salutes Peter with a uniquely aromatic flake made of top-notch air-cured and aged Virginias with some velvety black Cavendish and a subtle top-note which sets it apart. 4th Generation tobacco and pipes are a great addition to your collection for when you want to relax with a pleasing tobacco blend. 

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3.5 Ounce Tin Backordered Notify $19.55
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1.42 Ounce Tin Backordered Notify $12.00
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Overall Rating 4.56 out of 5 Based on 9 Ratings

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5 out of 5
Nice tobacco
Well done! A mild blend that stays lit and easy to break in a new pipe. The online store provides good service--
2 out of 5
Not as robust as I
Not as robust as I expected
5 out of 5
This is by far my
This is by far my favorite pipe tobacco. Easy to fill, a smooth smoke without the `bite` I used to buy these at another outlet but it got too expensive and then I found this pipes and cigars site.
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A+
Perfect flake.
4 out of 5
In the end I did like it.
This was really harsh out of the tin. Produced a lot of tar/condensation and didn't expand much as it smoked down (I fold and stuff flake usually). So it would be too loose to start then just fold down and clog the pipe on the second or third gentle tamp. When I knocked out tobacco it was still in "folded flake" form and just crumpled up. Then I made two adjustments to my method. First adjustment is that I opened up the tin and put it in my humidor for a week and forgot about it. A bit more moisture mellows tobacco usually. Second adjustment was to my packing method. Instead of just "fold and stuff", I tried "fold, crush and stuff". This helped the tobacco expand evenly as it smoked/heated up. These two adjustments helped me enjoy this tobacco more. Over all good smoke a little more full bodied that I was expecting. Notes of cigar tobacco even. I like it! 4 stars.
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1931
Great vintage flake, smoke well smells great out of the tin.
5 out of 5
Sailorjerry1rum
This an excellent flake, the taste is smooth with no bite. Right out of the tin the smell of the flake is pleasant. I enjoy this with a corn Cobb pipe.
5 out of 5
I am not an expert
I am not an expert on flake tobacco, but bought 4th Generation 1931 from comments and views on youtube. I personally found this flake tobacco to be very smooth and rich with a character similar to Navy Flake but with a deeper and slightly more complex nature. I am sure this would age nicely.
5 out of 5
4th Gen 1931
One of my favorite flakes. Seems like always in the rotation. I always keep a tin on hand.
Customer Testimonials
This is my first review of a tobacco product so I may not be as flowery as some but here goes! I first ran into 1931 at my local B&M, I had finally made the switch from regular Aero smoking (one day I woke up and they had just become too much - Goodbye 1-Q my old friend) and I was now tearing through my B&M's Virginia selections seeking that "perfect smoke". I had just about tried all of the bulk straight Va's and Va Per's, flakes, cubes, ribbons, ect... Every time you go in and purchase they always offer you a 'bowl for the road" of something new you may be reluctant to purchase. Well on this day there was nothing that I had not sampled and he said... "Have you tried any of the tins?" I responded, No a little too risky for me. Don't want to go wrong. He reached into his blazer and pulled out a tin of 1931 and said, "I know you well enough to know that you will LOVE this" It's what you've been looking for - SMELL! I was like, "Okay buddy - You aren't getting my money on humbug!" The tin note was amazing!!! Grassy, Hayloft, with a slightly floral and spice top note... NOW YOU'VE GOT MY ATTENTION!!! He said "TAKE ONE, This one's for the road!" He was right and knew me better than I knew myself. 1931 was an amazing smoke. Fold, Stuff, and Puff away. Great from char to bottom! Very little left behind, not to hot, absolutely no bite and I puff like a mad man when I drive home. My only regret was not getting a tin right there! Last night my order arrived, very fresh, a little moister but all the same rich grassy hay like flavor that I remember, with just a hint of sweet to remind me of my long forgotten friend 1-Q! If you are a flake lover: Navy, Bullseye, Etc. YOU'VE GOTTA TRY THIS!!! Only second too my all time fav "Dunbar", but definitely a top contender that will always be on hand in my cellar!