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Hearth & Home Slow Aged Home Sweet Home Pipe Tobacco
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Hearth & Home Slow Aged Home Sweet Home

All the tobaccos in the Hearth & Home Slow Aged series are made the same way. The blends are all pressed into flakes. left to age, and mechanically separated back into ribbon-cut tobacco. Then the ribbons are returned to the mold and pressed again and held for at least 30 days. This process reinvigorates the leaf and then starts the marrying and maturation of the tobacco again. 

Hearth & Home Slow Aged Home Sweet Home is made using superlative golden Virginias and earthy Burley with a unique, gentle top flavor. After a full month in the press, the sharpness is removed from the tobacco, and more aged tobacco flavor comes through while maintaining a pleasantly mellow sweetness and incredible room note. Try this phenomenal, pressed aromatic and we'll bet you'll want to grab some more for the future.

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1.75 Ounce TinIn Stock$21.83
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Overall Rating4.75 out of 5 Based on 4 Ratings

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1st of all, this blend
1st of all, this blend is quite different from what I normally smoke. I mostly like virginias and va/pers, however, I do enjoy a good burley based blend if it's done properly. Home Sweet Home has been. When you open the tin and smell, there's really not much of an aroma other than a toasty burley smell. It's a very light fragrance so that caught me off guard. This crumble cake is very easy to process and get ready for smoking. It definitely doesn't have excessive moisture in it and takes a light very easily. This has a toasty flavor to go along with the tin noteand also has like an old wood kind of taste going on which I really like. All in all, this is an awesome blend and I believe the majority of pupe smokers would agree. The only thing I wish hearth and home would do is put all the ingredients and pertinent information on the tin. I forget exactly what's in it and how old the tobaccos are and about the only way I know of to find that information is either on the p&c site or their magazine. That's really the only negative thin I have to say about Home Sweet Home. Definitely a winner.
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Has a very nice slow
Has a very nice slow burn and a pleasant taste!
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Old Smokey Mountains
Tried this on a whim and it surprised me. The first note you get is of sweet nuttiness but with a bit of spice to it as well. The first thing that came to my mind is the aroma when you throw a cedar pinecone on a log fire on a cold winter's eve, nestled in your log cabin. it instantly took me back to my youth up in the Smokies. Needless to say, this is likely to become one of my new favorite blends.
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