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Hearth & Home Signature Drawing Room

Hearth & Home Signature Drawing Room is a remarkably rich and fragrant Latakia-based blend with a robust Turkish influence. Sweet, matured Virginias are combined with a hearty dose of Cyprian Latakia, and then finished with fine Izmir, A touch of Perique is added for body, sweetness and spice. This is a great choice for relaxing after an evening meal. You'll feel the cares of the day unwind as you revel in the full, exotic flavor of Drawing Room.

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Overall Rating 4.4 out of 5 Based on 15 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Hearth & Home Signature Drawing Room”

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5 out of 5
New favorite.
I have been a pipe smoker for over fifty years. Starting with the aromatics, many of which smell good but taste awful, I have graduated to smoking the English blends for the most part. When asked to rate tobaccos I generally give them five stars since I'm quite easily pleased and wish to be complimentary to the provider. This practice is perhaps a mistake since Hearth and Home is truly an exceptional tobacco, at least to my taste. More stars are required for this one.
2 out of 5
I wouldn't dissuade anyone from trying it
I have to say that the aroma in the pouch was a little bit different than other tobaccos I have tried. The flavor was, well a little flat for my unique tastes, but I would not dissuade anyone from giving it a try. As is my standard before I review, I tried Hearth & Home Signature Drawing Room three times, and was not particularly satisfied with it to no fault the quality of the product.
1 out of 5
Smelled Like Gasoline
It smelled like gasoline. I was afraid to try it.
5 out of 5
Head over heels!
My first review didn't make it through, but I am writing a second one because I want to lend my support to this wonderful tobacco. This has a wonderful flavor and aroma, from the spiciness of the charring light (the perique and Turkish saying hello), which develops into a wonderfully smooth and tangy, full flavor as the Orientals and virginia come out to play...with the smoky, rich Latakia conducting the choir as all the constituent tobaccos interplay as the bowl progresses. This is a wonderful smoking experience, and burns cool and dry down to a fine ash with next to no dottle...in any pipe in which I have ever smoked it (and there have been quite a few). I have fallen head over heels in love with this tobacco, and it has a permanent place in my rotation...I look forward to kicking back with Drawing Room as my days nears its end...I cannot praise this blend highly enough...it is just right. I was hesitant to try it because of the perique, but took Russ' advice, and he was spot on in his recommendation. On a side note...it sparked my curiosity about perique, which led me to try VaPers...but that is another story. Hats off to Russ and P&C...this is the ONLY place I order tobacco, and for good reason.
5 out of 5
Good blend
It's kinda like a "white knight" light. I'm a big fan of WK so loading up on a weaker version didn't make sense to me. However if your a novice piper this is a great introductory blend.
3 out of 5
Ever-changing
The initial light is reminiscent of WhiteKnight, however, the similarities rapidly diminish throughout the bowl. While WhiteKnight maintains the Balkan sweet, tangy and smoky character, Signature Drawing Room follows with more "pepper" and a brief floral essence at the mid-way point. The remainder of the bowl turns the volume down on the brighter notes, mellowing to an even-flavored English that is lightly sweet.
5 out of 5
A blend for anytime...
From the smell when I opened that bag to the thick wonderful smoke rolling out of the pipe this blend won my heart! It smokes like an English but a little sweetness and spice St the same time. I love smoking this in my easy chair then standing up into the hovering cloud of smoke to enjoy it at a different level. This could replace my Nightcap as my go to tobacco!
5 out of 5
Great Tobacco
First impressions are what tend to make or break you, and all I can say is that Drawing Room truly impresses me. I have been smoking on a four ounce bulk sample for a while now, and have really enjoyed each smoke. The tin note of the tobacco shows that this is definitely a Latakia forward blend and smells, woodsy, smoky, leathery, and slightly spicy. The tobacco seems to be of high quality and the cut is a fine ribbon that does not contain any twiggy or woody bits in it. The moisture level of the tobacco was spot on perfect when I received it and due to the moisture level and cut, the tobacco was easy to pack and took a light with minimal effort. In my opinion, the taste of the tobacco at first light showcased the Latakia and the Perique. The Latakia lends a thick creaminess to the blend and the Perique let itself be known by the tingle on the tongue. The Latakia as expected gives off a campfire smoky taste and the Perique is slightly spicy and earthy. The Orientals are definitely there and give a tangy note to the smoke and give a slightly incense like smell to the tobaccos room note. The Virginias, to me at least, were harder to detect amongst the other bold flavors, but is definitely there giving a slightly sweet undertone though not as sweet as Blackhouse, which is mentioned in the review below as well. The room note of this blend as should be expected is bold and smoky, although unlike that of cigarette smoke, this one tends to smell like a campfire which is tolerated moderately well by the wife. The tobacco required no relights and burned down to a fine white and gray ash that made for easy cleaning of the pipe when I was finished with the bowl. Overall, I have been quite impressed with this new blend From Russ and will more than likely keep it in my rotation as it is reminiscent of Blackhouse and WhiteKnight, both of which I enjoy, but at a much more affordable price point. I recommend this blend to anyone who enjoys bold English and Balkan blends with a Lata
5 out of 5
Great Tobacco
First impressions are what tend to make or break you, and all I can say is that Drawing Room truly impresses me. I have been smoking on a four ounce bulk sample for a while now, and have really enjoyed each smoke. The tin note of the tobacco shows that this is definitely a Latakia forward blend and smells, woodsy, smoky, leathery, and slightly spicy. The tobacco seems to be of high quality and the cut is a fine ribbon that does not contain any twiggy or woody bits in it. The moisture level of the tobacco was spot on perfect when I received it and due to the moisture level and cut, the tobacco was easy to pack and took a light with minimal effort. In my opinion, the taste of the tobacco at first light showcased the Latakia and the Perique. The Latakia lends a thick creaminess to the blend and the Perique let itself be known by the tingle on the tongue. The Latakia as expected gives off a campfire smoky taste and the Perique is slightly spicy and earthy. The Orientals are definitely there and give a tangy note to the smoke and give a slightly incense like smell to the tobaccos room note. The Virginias, to me at least, were harder to detect amongst the other bold flavors, but is definitely there giving a slightly sweet undertone though not as sweet as Blackhouse, which is mentioned in the review below as well. The room note of this blend as should be expected is bold and smoky, although unlike that of cigarette smoke, this one tends to smell like a campfire which is tolerated moderately well by the wife. The tobacco required no relights and burned down to a fine white and gray ash that made for easy cleaning of the pipe when I was finished with the bowl. Overall, I have been quite impressed with this new blend From Russ and will more than likely keep it in my rotation as it is reminiscent of Blackhouse and WhiteKnight, both of which I enjoy, but at a much more affordable price point. I recommend this blend to anyone who enjoys bold English and Balkan blends.
5 out of 5
Very nice.
I like this A LOT! This was my first time using a blend that is predominantly Latakia, and I'm glad I read the reviews. I really enjoys how this smells (campfire) while smoking, and I didn't find myself getting the "bite" that I have had with other tobaccos.
5 out of 5
Great!
Great!
5 out of 5
Wonderful
Exactly as described. A joy to smoke not too strong I have been smoking this quite a lot plan to buy more in the future.
5 out of 5
Another top shelf blend!
I just received this wonderful blend and although I usually like to wait and live with a tobacco, I feel that the character of this one is so well-defined that I'd give it a preliminary review. In fullness and body this one seems similar to Black House, however where that blend has a bit more sweetness balancing the Latakia, probably from the cavendish, this one has got more of that wonderful sourness and tang from the Orientals. It's almost as if it has the best properties of Black House and White Knight combined. I love the sour tang this blend has and the Latakia is still very present,, but certainly not stealing the show. The sweetness from the Virginias are there as well, and to be honest, I thought the Perique component was barely there, maybe just supporting the other players. The moisture content was just about right in my portion, and this burns cooly and fully right through the duration. So far, I would peg this one notch up in taste and body from White Knight--just wonderful and highly recommended!
5 out of 5
Another top notch blend
I just received this wonderful blend and although I usually like to wait and live with a tobacco, I feel that the character of this one is so well-defined that I'd give it a preliminary review. In fullness and body this one seems similar to Black House, however where that blend has a bit more sweetness balancing the Latakia, probably from the cavendish, this one has got more of that wonderful sourness and tang from the Orientals. It's almost as if it has the best properties of Black House and White Knight combined. I love the sour tang this blend has and the Latakia is still very present,, but certainly not stealing the show. The sweetness from the Virginias are there as well, and to be honest, I thought the Perique component was barely there, maybe just supporting the other players. The moisture content was just about right in my portion, and this burns cooly and fully right through the duration. So far, I would peg this one notch up in taste and body from White Knight--just wonderful and highly recommended!
5 out of 5
Signature Drawing Room
Another winner in Russ's line of fine English blends. The Turkish in this blend puts it over the top for me, absolutely top notch leaf. Great job Russ!