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Granger Pipe Tobacco


Granger is a classic American Burley blend, using rich, ripe Kentucky Burley, that delivers smooth natural tobacco flavor with a moderate, pleasant aroma. This is certainly an all-day type of tobacco. Generation of pipe enthusiasts have kept some Granger on hand at all times, and once you try it, we think you'll want to as well.


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Granger 12oz Tin Shipping Constraints
12 Ounce Can In Stock $41.62
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Overall Rating 4.58 out of 5 Based on 38 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Granger Pipe Tobacco”

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1 out of 5
Used to be a great smoke
I smoked Granger all through my college days, 50 years ago. Back then it was a mellow non biting smoke. Later, I moved on to the English blends Last summer I saw it was back and ordered some. I may have gotten a bad tin but I cannot smoke it. It bites worse than anything I have ever smoked. This is not the Granger I used to smoke.
5 out of 5
good smoke
a great burley good price great taste
4 out of 5
This Dog Hunts
I'm not a routine burley smoker and have tried other OTC burley blends such as Carter Hall and Velvet and found Granger to be the most enjoyable I have tried to date. The rough cut makes for easy packing and burns wells with minimum relights.
5 out of 5
Great srevice, It's to be
Great srevice, It's to be a Chritmas present foy my son, you guys saved the day
5 out of 5
good burley
I like it good taste would purchase again. blends well with other tobaccos .
4 out of 5
granger get it done
granger is a very good burley tobbaco i enjoy it several times a dayto me it is sweeter than carter hall or prince albert
5 out of 5
Granger pipe tobacco
I have enjoyed Granger pipe tobacco for 60 years. For several years I have been unable to find it. Recently my wife found Granger pipe tobacco online. What a pleasure that was to me.
4 out of 5
I like mine best in a large bowled pipe
I enjoyed mine best in the large bowl of a large pipe.The flavor seems to have more time to developed that way.It will smoke cooler as well.Good with breakfast,or any other time. I retracted the fifth star because Prince Albert is a little better,in my humble opinion.
4 out of 5
Like butter which I like.
Starts mild and strengthens at end. Perfect for my old world pipe rotation. Cobs and clay. I like that it is basic. Almost like saltless butter to my palate. I like it.
5 out of 5
Granger
Great Have been smoking Granger for 50+ years
5 out of 5
My Go-to Tobacco
I first smoked Granger back in the '60's when you could still get tobacco at the local drug store for 25 cents a pouch. I didn't care for it back then. It was always too dry and harsh. So, eventually I became a devoted Half & Half fan and smoked that almost exclusively until about a year ago when I bought a tub of Granger from P&C. Boy! What an awakening! Perfect moisture content right out of the tub. The cut makes for perfect packing and the taste is slightly sweet and nutty at the same time and leaves a wife approved room note. After over 40 years Granger has replaced H&H as my go to tobacco. If you like Burley, you'll love Granger.
5 out of 5
Yay Burley!
I love Burley. This one fits the bill nicely. Not as heavy as PA. A very flavorful smoke. Highly recommended if you are a burley fan like me.
5 out of 5
Granger-sweet
I used to smoke a pipe years ago. Picked it up again recently. Granger is as good as it was in the day. Very smooth
4 out of 5
A good smoke.
It's no mistake that old brand tobaccos are still around, like Granger and Half and Half. You don't have to search the world for exotic tobacco when the good stuff is grown right here in the U.S. like it always has been.
5 out of 5
An Old Favorite
If you like Burley, buy this. You can't go wrong.
5 out of 5
Granger is plesant
I like Granger. Perhaps a little bite. Can be a good blender for some blends. Overall great smoke.
5 out of 5
Thanks
You have what I need. PC you do fine work
4 out of 5
This is what my Great
This is what my Great Uncle smoked years ago. i wanted to try it. I like it.
5 out of 5
Very pleasant smoke
Just got a tin. I haven't tasted this in about 50 years and Pipes and Cigars is the only place I have seen it. Just had my first bowl and it is better than I remembered. Very cool smoking, stays lot and a nice, nutty Burley taste with no bite, tons of smoke and none of those ghastly toppings found in so many pipe tobacco. I will definitely buy this again and be the satisfied old dodger that I am. Nice price too.
5 out of 5
Love it !
I've gone from trying the numerous new age blends (which I really enjoyed, no complaints about them) to the simple, time-tested, old-fashioned grandfather's bends and I'm now one of those old geezer types who really do know how to relax and enjoy themselves. Granger, Sir Walter, Prince Albert, all in my rotation and I'm loving them all.
4 out of 5
Granger Good Stuff !
Ive gone from regularly smoking English blends to regularly smoking aromatics, then to regularly smoking non-aro's. Maybe it's all just a phase for me, but English and aro's are my change-up smokes now. Sir Walter is my favorite, followed closely by Prince Albert, then Granger. You can't beat the Granger price and it's a quality smoke.
5 out of 5
It had been almost 40
It had been almost 40 years since I last smoked Granger, I couldn't remember if I liked it or not. Well, I like it now. I will reorder !
5 out of 5
I really like this.
It is mild with good flavor. It is my favorite tobacco.
5 out of 5
What Can I Say About Granger....
What can I say about Granger? Well, I've been a pipe smoker for over 50 years so I guess that puts me into the "Geezer" catagory (proudly, I might add). During those 50+ years I have smoked many types of tobaccos as one might expect. I think I must have tried just about every OTC type offered in drug stores around here, that is when drug stores carried pipe tobacco, but I kept coming back to Prince Albert, Edgeworth Ready Rubbed, Granger and Half & Half (which has been my main go-to tobacco for more than 40 of those 50+ years). Recently I bought a can of Granger partly for nostalgia purposes and partly because I'm a burley freak. I can't believe how much I like this tobacco! It's mild but satisfying with that good old unadulterated burley taste. It just seems to be a better smoke than I remember. It has become my morning smoke and my later in the day smoke when I'm reading. (Currently going through Lord of the Rings for the xx time). It's especially good in my churchwarden. I'm no tobacco snob for sure and really enjoy OTC brands just as much if not more than many of the "gourmet" blends. Now, while Half & Half will remain my main smoke, Granger has definitely found it's place in my smoking regimen. Five Stars in my book...
5 out of 5
Granger pipe tobacco
this is one of the first tobaccos that iv smoked. I really enjoy the lightness and flavor of it. i would recommend this non aromatic tobacco for a amateurs like myself.
5 out of 5
Granger
No calories. No cavities. Just a cool flavorful smoke for a serious pipe smoker. Been my favorite since 1962.
5 out of 5
Granger Pipe Tobacco
An all day smoke tobacco. Love it !!!!
5 out of 5
The pointer
Old school tobacco. Brings me back when my grandfather smoked this.
1 out of 5
Other OTC blends are better.
This was not bad at first, when trying to find a reasonable every day smoke. The more I have smoked it the less I like it. The tin note is of very strong raisen, rotting apples. In the pipe it has a strong citrus flavour that I do not like. Carter Hall, as monochrome as it is, would be a better option in a Burley. I would not buy this again.
5 out of 5
Granger is my old school
My Grandy smoked it, my dad smoked it, and up till I was stationed at Camp Pendelton I smoked it. When my daughter was born I put my pipe and cigars away and only smoked my pipe when out of range of the kids and my mom who had respiratory problems. Well the nite mom passed I broke out the mershum my dad had made for me in Turkey. My son caught me and said that smells good why have ya never smoked before. I fesed up and he said it's ok dad go for it. The next day I started looking for Granger. I have to admit I'm not computer savy so it took awhile. When the tin arrived my son opened it and drew in the the aroma first. Dad I think this'll be a good smoke for ya. Yes it brought back memories. I enjoy every puff. Thanks for having it. I'm looking forward too trying many of your other products. As Mr. Hope would say"thanks for the memories.
5 out of 5
Good
Good burley tobacco. My favorite is still Velvet, but I will purchase Granger again!
5 out of 5
Stands Up To The Test Of Time
Can you be a codger at middle age? The notion of a "codger" blend/burley really cracks me up. Sure, Granger has been around near forever and I believe that's because it's a simple pipe tobacco. You can smoke it all day with little to no bite, it's undoctored, it's nutty and smoky and all you need is a MM Corn Cob to enjoy it. If that's what makes a so called "codger" blend then so be it I guess. I do enjoy this in corn cobs but I also use it to break in new briar pipes. Nothing works quite like it and since burley is such a basic component to pipe tobacco and can go along well with near anything, you will not end up ghosting a pipe. It's also like using an air hammer versus a hand held hammer...you get the job done much quicker. I'm quite happy with this purchase and the product.
5 out of 5
Granger is a great all day smoking experience...
This old stand by is still one of my favorite pipe tobaccos. No bite, no flavor additives, just a pleasant, smooth smoke.
4 out of 5
Granger & Cobs = Enjoyment!
Excellent in my MM cobs. Hadn't smoked Granger in years, this seems much better than I remembered. Just a great Burley smoke. Burns well, full bodied smoke. Rotate this with my other favs, Velvet & PA.
5 out of 5
granger pipe tobacco
very happy with purchase.
5 out of 5
New Lane Limited Granger!!!! Yummy Stuff!
Wonderful chunky Burley with no toppings, Just sun kissed toasty, nutty Burley goodness. I codger scoop it into a cob , light, tamp, light again and it stays lit down to the heel. It burns slow so I pack a bowl the night before and smoke half on the way to work and the other DGT half on the ride home. The best of the codger Burley's IMHO. This ranks up with SWR, Prince Albert and Carter Hall. The best part is Lane is blending this now so the tin you receive will be the good Burley produced by Lane and not the Pinkerton stuff that bit. VERY happy I took a shot and ordered a tub. Delightful!!!
5 out of 5
Granger
My Uncle loves Granger Tobacco and can not get it in Florida. So I make sure I send him some every other month. This month I sent him Half & Half. I also sent him Some from Home and Hearth. He liked it too.Thank You!!
5 out of 5
One of the best old time smokes
Burley tobacco at it's best. A full, rich flavor that never fades, and that wonderful old time pipe aroma. High marks for this one.
Customer Testimonials
My father smoked granger for years and now im carrying the torch.
I enjoy Granger. It has a nice nutty flavor and doesn't bite at all. I think it's right up there with Prince Albert, Carter Hall, Sir Walter Raleigh, etc. Will definitely try to keep some on hand from now on.
I really enjoy Burley tobaccos and this one is no different. However, it gives me cottonmouth like I've never had with any other Burley blends. The flavor and room note are nice, cottonmouth not so much. I may try it again in the future but for now, I'm passing.
Nice and fresh. At a good price compared to local pipe shop.
I first smoked Granger Pipe Tobacco about 45-50 years ago. It still has the fresh, sweet aroma I remember in the can and the smoke has the real, "undoctored" tobacco taste I love.
This is definitely what I remember a good ole USA pipe tobacco should taste and smell like. Not only good by itself but a good blending Burley as well. Granger is my go to everyday, don't have to think about, no nonsense tobac. And just a note: It is better now than in the past.
Perhaps I should begin with a disclaimer: I don't typically enjoy a very nutty burley. This is one of the reasons I enjoy Prince Albert when it comes to OTC's; mild, straightforward burley that you can smoke without really thinking about it. But when I was told that Granger was the meatier, fuller bodied PA, I was eager to at least give it a try it. Sadly, I was disappointed. To begin, this truly is a codger burley. You are getting what you would expect. Opening the tin releases an intense plum-like aroma that whets the appetite for what comes next. Upon the first light and tamp, I was greeted by an old fashioned smoky burley (as that is all there is). It lit well and burned steady. Unfortunately, this was a bit nutty for my taste, which reinforced my choice for PA if I'm smoking an OTC. But if that's your thing, you WOULD be in for a treat; that is, if it weren't for Granger's damning flaw--about three bowls in I started to recognize a strong taste of burning plastic the refused to quit. This remained for many bowls until I finally gave up. After some research, it seems to be an issue of quality control. For this reason, I can't recommend buying Granger. On a good day, Granger is a nutty, flavorful burley for a good price. But on a bad day, it tastes like melted down Tupperware that will leave you running for something to cleanse the palate.