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Gawith & Hoggarth Kendal Dark

Gawith & Hoggarth Kendal Dark combines some fire-cured Virginia and Burley tobaccos that have been matured until fairly dark in color. It's cut into a fine shag which packs easily and burns readily. Kendal Dark may not look or smell overpowering, but this premium tobacco blend is sneaky strong -perfect for any pipe enthusiast. who likes a bold tobacco.

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Overall Rating 4.18 out of 5 Based on 11 Ratings

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Kendal Dark Description
Kendal Dark is a pipe tobacco I ordered because I was unable to purchase my favorite pipe tobacco. Kendal Dark burns down very quickly and does not have a very good flavor.
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Great Service
Thank you all! Always the Best Setvice & Products.
4 out of 5
G&H Dark Kendall
Kendall dark is a good strong smoke with only a little of the lakeland essence. Try not to puff too fast or it can get a little hot. Plenty of vitamin N so its good for the ex cigarette smokers
4 out of 5
Holmes would approve of this one.
This is just a very nice, straightforward dark shag tobacco. However, it's probably not for the uninitiated, as it has quite a bit of strength. Good for late night thinking
4 out of 5
Good Quality
Hint of cigar room note and taste. Good quality shag cut tobacco. Just not my taste preference.
3 out of 5
Good, but there are other better G&H tobacs
Not a huge fan of the Kendal Dark. If your looking for something nice and dark, I recommend either th G&H Kendal Kentucky, or my personal favorite - the G&H Birdseye - careful though - take it from someone who loves strong tobac - this ones for mixing, there is " to much of a good thing " Mix it either with P&S Amsterdam or D&R Ryback Regular.
4 out of 5
Dark and earthy
A basic tobacco blend that provides a full bodied, satisfying smoke. No bite and medium on the Vitamin N. Enjoyable anytime, but it goes well with a strong cup of coffee.
5 out of 5
Kindel Dark
I was very pleased with the taste of this tobacco. It had the taste of dark burley and a little Virginia. Also liked the shag cut. Great old fashioned tobacco taste.
5 out of 5
A strong, cool, traditional tobacco
Kendal Kentucky is a fine ribbon cut, a "strong, cool, traditional tobacco". It is so finely cut that you can easily roll cigarettes with it. The smoke is of a powerful intensity, both in body and in nicotine strength. There is some depth if you wish to discern the aspects of the Virginia from the Burley, but mostly you get a bold body of rich tobacco flavor. It is a simple tobacco blend with an agreeable balance between the Virginia and Burley. For such a bold tobacco, there is a smoothness and finesse that was unexpected. Even so, this is a tobacco for experienced pipe smokers who know when to put the pipe down when necessary. I also experienced a little sweetness from the Virginia. The high point of the bowl was shortly after the second lighting, after the tobacco had been tamped down. The low point of the bowl is in the final stages when the tobacco is almost spent. Kendal Dark smokes cool and dry. It was smoked in an Orlik Captain Black billiard with a good cake.
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Smooth and Mild
Smooth and Mild, Nice Kendal flavor. More of a Medium/Full strength to me, but I smoke full strength tobacco probably 80% of the time so I'm used to heavy tobacco. Very pleasant and friendly.
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Great site with tobacco I
Great site with tobacco I enjoy from England. Fresh and timely delivery
Customer Testimonials
I was impressed with Kendal Dark. It reminded me of the lost and not forgotten (and sorely missed) Dunhill 3 Year Matured Virginia blend--for me, that's a high compliment. Now, if some enterprising, brilliant tobacconist blender, one who works at P&C for example, were to add a modicum of pear juice to the mix (as Dunhill did), there might be a renaissance of that lost, wonderful blend. You could call it "Rowland's Folly".