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Hearth & Home Slow-Aged Smoky Mountain  1.75 Ounce Tin
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Hearth & Home Slow-Aged Smoky Mountain


Hearth & Home Slow-Aged is a new addition to the Hearth & Home Family. But this tobacco is unique and we know our P&C Faithful will love it! Smoky Mountain, made with dark-fired, combines time and pressure that impacts the tobacco flavor. The blend was pressed into cakes and transferred to holding presses for a month to make the flavors deeper, richer, and smoother. For those that are on the hunt for new and exciting, pick up a tin of Hearth & Home Slow-Aged Smoky Mountain!  




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1.75 Ounce TinIn Stock$20.00
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Overall Rating4.7 out of 5 Based on 10 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Hearth & Home Slow-Aged Smoky Mountain”

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5 out of 5
DFK lovers rejoice!
Wow they hit it out of the park with this one! I was on the fence about ordering for a bit. My top 3 tobaccos are MacBaren HH Bold Kentucky, Peterson Irish Flake, and Solani Silver 660...I love dark-fired kentucky but wondered why I need another. Smoky Mountain may now be one of my top 2! So glad I opted to order. The balance and spectrum of flavor here are incredible. And my word is it SMOOTH! No bite, moderate to high nicotine, and just the right strength to be satisfying but still smoke another bowl should you choose. Ideal sipping blend, will be ordering more for sure!
5 out of 5
Old Dark Fired for ODF Lovers
I feel tempted to write that this tastes like a good cigar, but then I really can’t recall the last time I had a cigar that tasted this good! Sweet and tangy, smoky and woodsy, oily, leathery, peppery - my first impression was that I might as well have saved five bucks and bought another tin of ODF, but the more I smoke this the more the differences become apparent. Smoky Mountain has its own unique underlying fruitiness, and the Kentucky has such a depth and range of flavor that I haven’t cracked open a tin of ODF since I received it - except to compare the two. If you’re a fan of Dark Fired Kentucky, then believe me - Smoky Mountain is more than worth a little extra cost. You’ve gotta try this!
3 out of 5
Finding whats better
Somewhat over powering - Cult Blood Red Moon is my favorite
5 out of 5
I had my doubts but
I had my doubts but was convinced this aged tobacco is one of the finest and most mellow smoke I've enjoyed in some time. It's part of my rotation now.
5 out of 5
I loved the rich bold
I loved the rich bold flavor but not over bearing
5 out of 5
Home run
Tasty. Smoky with pepper undertones. In my top 5 great tin and room note. Mefium body like a good vigar.cigar worth thr money. Grrat nlend for sftrr a steak dinner. Scrrams yo be paired with a top shrlf bourbon
5 out of 5
Very good.
Excellent choice for a daily rotation. I missed it when the tin was empty. Distinctive taste. It grew on me for sure.
5 out of 5
Top Shelf
One of the best Kentucky’s out there. Or in my opinion, the best. The tin note is bbq and liquid smoke. Not overpowering but just enough to enhance the naturally smoky quality of a good Kentucky. The aging smooths it out incredibly and there is a nice sweetness in the background that keeps things interesting. It’s a slow burning, cool smoking, easy to break apart crumble cake. The nicotine will not hit you like a freight train as it does with other stronger blends, but it has enough to satisfy even the hardiest smoker. If you’re a fan of deep, earthy, rich flavors...this is the one to try.
5 out of 5
Spicy!
I'm rather new to pipe smoking (only had ~10 or so tobaccos), so I'm far from an "expert" when it comes to the smoking experience. That being said, I really enjoyed this one. When I first tried it I thought I got some minor tongue bite, but in reality it was just the spiciness of this tobacco. The taste is great, it's got a classic, rustic note to it. Almost as if it tastes the way tobacco looks, if that makes sense. I try to rotate my tobacco I smoke each time so I can experience all the blends in my collection, but this one tends to sneak it's way in more than others.
4 out of 5
Mmmm Kentucky
To be Honest, the First Bowl i had, was less then Stimulating. After letting the Tin sit for a while, i found that i Loved it. The Kentucky is the The Star and Reminds me of my Grandfather's Dinobli's. The Virginia lay's in the background and to Me adds a Light Honey Note to the Smoke. Be very Carefule with this Blend. It starts out very Mild, but it's a set up. About 3 qrtrs in, the Nic hit starts and if your unprepared or haven't eaten, prepare for a Nap. Over all it's pretty good to me, although, i wouldn't call it a All day Smoke. I enjoy it as a Mid day Smoke with A Cup of Coffee.
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