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GL Pease JackKnife

The first in the New World Series from GL Pease, JackKnife Plug is an all natural blend of dark-fired Kentucky leaf and red, ripe Virginia tobaccos layered on a central core of golden flue-cured leaf. The whole provides deep, earthy flavors with a hint of bright sweetness. The tobaccos are pressed and matured in cakes before being cut into 2oz blocks. JackKnife is a stout blend with the dark-fired leaf adding a subtle smokiness and a finish reminiscent of dark chocolate while the Virginia tobaccos provide a sturdy backbone. Slice it thick and rub it out for a ribbon cut, slice thin for a shag, or chop it into cubes. The choice is yours and we’re sure you will savor it any way you choose.

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8 Ounce Can Backordered Notify $42.00
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$35.70
GL Pease JackKnife Plug Shipping Constraints
2 Ounce Tin Backordered Notify $12.50
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$10.62
8 Ounce Can Out Of Stock $42.00
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$35.70    
GL Pease JackKnife Ready Rubbed Shipping Constraints
2 Ounce Tin Backordered Notify $12.50
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$10.62
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Overall Rating 5 out of 5 Based on 8 Ratings

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5 out of 5
Mature Virginia Sweetness & Dark Fired Flavor
Excellent Va/Bur blend, and a great plug presentation. Smokes cool and dry with very little bite unless provoked. I love it in the evening with hot black tea and a drop of cream. This, and Captain Earle's Private Stock, are my two go-to everyday blends. It likes large bowls and some breathing room. It also likes to be sipped, and not puffed like a train stack. Superb Virginias and the smoky goodness of Dark Fired Kentucky, you just can't beat this.
5 out of 5
Earthy And Beautifull
Earthy and beautifull.I like to rub it all the way out and trickle it into my pipe.This way I can smoke it ALL the way down,with no Dottle left over,only white ashes.DO IT NOW! !
5 out of 5
American Beauty
What a great looking plug!! When you first opwn the tin you see a gorgeous block plug. Dark on the top and bottom and a golden flow in between. Smells great, a bit hardy the way this style should. Burns slow, very earthy, great tobacco taste, classic! Very strongly recommended for an enjoyable evening smoke.
5 out of 5
A Savory Smoke
This is a fantastic smoke! From the second you crack the tin on this you experience a very savory, meaty tobacco. The tin note is unbelievable. It's a strong beef jerky/barbecue aroma that I could smell all day long. The taste is relatively simple, but it's very full flavored and provides a solid punch of nicotine. Buy a tin, enjoy the ritual of cutting and preparing the tobacco, and then sit back and enjoy!
5 out of 5
Superb plug
This is just fantastic, pure, unadulterated old-time tobacco, and by far my favorite offering from G.L. Pease. The high quality red VAs lend a deep, slightly sweet earthiness, but the real star here is the rich, smoky KY dark-fired. Opening a can transports me back to burley barns firing mid-October in western Kentucky. Charring light seems almost pungent with cigar-like notes, but it settles down quickly to a rounded, faintly sweet and perfect harmony of VA and burley. Plenty of flavor, ideal nicotine, and plenty of long burning, cool smoking pleasure. I enjoy mine sliced thick and rubbed to a ribbon cut in a wide bowl, but I imagine this stuff will smoke sublimely any way you take it. If you enjoy real tobacco, you can't go wrong here.
5 out of 5
Great baccy!
This is one of my favorites. Full flavored and smokes great. Be careful, you may get a nicotine buzz. Smoke easy and preferably after a meal. I truly enjoy this tobacco. First time I smoked JK, I tasted sublimely sweet raisins with a nutty flavor throughout. VERY tasty!!!
5 out of 5
Another good one from GL Pease
I seem to be saying that a lot lately. This stuff impressed me and I ordered another tin after a few bowl's full. Plan to order the JackKnife plug next. Yes I recommend.
5 out of 5
if you like cigars and are a pipe smoker...........
you will love it!
Customer Testimonials
1) First popped tin aroma: Hickory smoke, almost unnoticeably sweet, like a salty hickory BBQ sauce. 2) Resting plug aroma: Hickory smoke-house. 3) First Light: Heavy hickory smoke, almost unnoticeably sweet virginia, tongue and throat tingling with nicotine. 4) Middle of bowl: Wonderfully cool and dry burning, keeps ember superbly, sweet virginia more expressed. 5) Bottom of bowl: Feeling nicotine zing, lightly charred brown bread flavor. P.S. Smoked at proper moistness and slowly in Rattray's Butcher Boy 22 dedicated to non-aromatic hearty English blends and lit with matches, very few relights. Smoker's personal nicotine tolerance is low; smoker's personal nicotine sensitivity is somewhat high.
My current favorite! After trying vanilla, a couple of VaPer blends, CA, HGL, and Latakia (Gas Light; which is great) I think I'll stick to this one. Very nice smoke. Cobs have been my pipes of choice, plan to get a briar soon.
this is a fabulous smoke! just finishing my first bowl in my poul winslow pot. i cut it about 1/8" and rubbed it out letting it dry. i have smoked cigars for years and this reminds me of a padron family reserve. strong and flavorful. vitamin n is there but not overpowering. this is an after dinner smoke with a fine bourbon. i'm relatively new with a pipe and the blessed weed. just over a year. definitely one of my favorites. i also enjoy spc mississippi river and frog morton. sorry for not describing the flavor in a better way but i don't feel qualified. if you like a strong tobacco flavor in a slow cool smoke, try it.