GL Pease released a special tobacco in December of 2001 called Stonehenge Flake. It consisted of tobaccos from Brazil, Malawi, and Zimbabwe, including excellent Malawi Burley, to which a dash of St. James Perique was added, then pressed and sliced into flakes. Due to the rarity of the tobaccos, only 1500 tins were made. Those that have remained show that this blend ages spectacularly. Good fortune shone on Greg again, so he's able to bring back one more run of this thing of legends. Get some for now and to stash away, but do it quickly before it goes away forever.
Please Note: This flake was made as a collaboration between Greg Pease and the late John Gawith. The blend includes traditional Lakeland essences, so if you're a fan of those types of blends, you're sure to enjoy Stonehenge Flake.