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Dunhill Three Year Matured

The legend continues with the re-introduction of Dunhill Three Year Matured. A classic aromatic that had legions of fans was sadly discontinued in 2007. Now, almost ten years later, Three Year Matured is back in production using the original recipe that so many Dunhill smokers enjoyed. A unique mixture of red Virginias, Orientals, with a light fruit essence, to add a sweet flavor, Three Year Matured will show you what a true British aromatic is. 

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Overall Rating 3.73 out of 5 Based on 15 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Dunhill Three Year Matured”

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4 out of 5
Lil dry but good
Lil seeet for my taste. But everything you would expect from a virgina blend. Probably gona buy again
5 out of 5
Long live Dunhill
As a former cigarette smoker I rather enjoy this blend. Unlike other pipe tobaccos this is one you can inhale a bit, if one desires. As far as the aromatic label, I am not really getting that. Smells like matured tobacco in the tin with a slight hint of molasses and dries really crispy rather quickly. The room note is very cigarette-ish. The oriental flavor too is very subtle, almost unnoticeable. Maybe, they use one of the semi-oriental strains which reminds me of a cross between Burley and Turkish. If a ‘fruity’ Virginia is desired I would recommend the Dunhill flake or Peterson’s University flake, not this one. As far as an aromatic Virginia, MacBarens Connoisseur’s choice is my go to. So, I can see why this tobacco disappoints some people, but I really like it, albeit for all the wrong reasons.
4 out of 5
Good, not great
I liked that it was a Virginia blend. It smoked like an aromatic near the end of the bowl, hot and wet. Not my first choice for a Virginia. If you want to experience the true Virginia, you need to get it in flake form: Dunhill Flake or Orlik Golden Sliced.
1 out of 5
Three Year Matured
This is a very average Virginia/burley with a generic Danish treatment in an over-priced tin. To the folks at Dunhill --- If you can't do any better than this then YES you should give up your line of pipe tobaccos or else they will wither and die out on their own.. For shame,, Don't buy this product...!!!
5 out of 5
Dunhill 3 year matured
Perfect smoke for any time in the day; even flavor and a cool burn make a great while working around the yard or in the house. This is a solid staple tobacco.
5 out of 5
Great reminds me of ""
Great reminds me of "" flying dutchman"
1 out of 5
I remembered the Dunhill cigars I used to smoke. This is not the same. Had no taste and burned poorly. Not buying this again.
4 out of 5
Powerful but Easy
I'm an admitted Dunhill fan but am not familiar with the original version of this blend. That said, I found this to be pleasing and reminding me of something my grandfather would smoke. It is powerful but easy on the tongue and leaves a room note that is best described as "pipe tobacco". While it may not be my daily choice, it will certainly have a late night place in my rotation.
5 out of 5
Nice Surprise
First I'm a Dunhill fan. Second, this blend was new to me and I was unfamiliar with the original. I found it mellow with no bite and offering up a pleasant and subtle "pipe tobacco" room note. In my humble opinion, this is one of Dunhills better non-Latakia blends.
5 out of 5
Very good virginia blend
Not a big fan of virginia blends but I had to try this one. This blend offered everything it purported to be. Easy on the bite maybe a little on the strong side room aroma was pleasant. Smoked it a briar and cob and think the cob was a little more to it's liking. Would recommend it to a Virginia smoker.
3 out of 5
I still miss the original
I was so happy to learn that 3 Year Matured Virginia had returned, brought back by Dunhill. Alas, this isn't it. It is not really the same as the original, which had a lot more flavor, and smoked cooler. This version of the blend has the same tin design and the name but the original was darker in color (showing its "maturity"; and more than a hint of fruit (pear). I wish I had been in the tasting room when they were re-creating it--as this is close, but not close enough. Hence the 3 stars, and not 5. In my opinion, McClelland Matured Virginia #25 comes closer to what I was expecting from Dunhill's 3 Year Matured.
2 out of 5
Similar to Elizabethan
I don't like the cigarette flavor/smell out of these blends... Don't know what it is... Tastes a lot like Elizabethan mixture to me
5 out of 5
Wow this is awsom
just wonderful, may be the best I have ever smoked. It was nice and dry and smooth as silk ,It tasted hardy with a hint of fruit. I bought 3 tins and will buy more.THIS IS MY NEW GO TO !!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 out of 5
not what i expected
Not at all what I expected, to my pallet its harsh and has very little room note or flavor , some will love it but its noy my cup of tea.
5 out of 5
A classic flavor!
This blend is balanced and true throughout the entire bowl. Excellent smooth smoke for any time of day.