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Peter Stokkebye 312 Toasted Burley

Peter Stokkebye 312 Toasted Burley is a new addition to the lineup. This nutty Burley is gently toasted which helps to remove bitterness and adds more depth to the flavor. This is a particularly good tobacco to use when you want to lighten the flavor of a blend. Pressed, sliced and tumbled out to a broken flake appearance, Toasted Burley is great on its own or blended with other tobaccos.

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Overall Rating 4.27 out of 5 Based on 11 Ratings

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5 out of 5
Great blend for all palettes
This a great starting blend for those looking for a longer smoke.
4 out of 5
Smooth
I love the taste good.
4 out of 5
Burley and nothing but burley
As a mixer to cool or slow down another tobaccos burn this is very nice and will work very well. Smoked straight it needs a slight bit of something else for flavor. Nothing real heavy or far out. I think some of the OTC blends with this would be great. Also Stokkebye B&B as it isn't heavy. Maybe a bit of Trout Stream? Try a 1:4 ratio and see how that does. Slow in a cob it's cool and smooth.
4 out of 5
Bare bones burley
This stuff is wonderfully simple. Think Prince Albert, minus any additives. It has a definite cocoa aroma to it, which is less noticeable in the bag than after being transferred to a Mason jar. I love the broken flake presentation...I usually clump and stuff this much like I would Mac Baren Virginia No. 1. It can bite me a bit if I push it, but that is my chemistry, and may be different for others. This is a great blend stretcher and very good on its own. This blended with Stokkebye Natural Dutch Cavendish and a healthy pinch of Perique, yields an amazingly good smoke that you would swear was an aromatic. A solid four stars, and a staple in my cellar. A good, basic, earthy smoke that plays very well with other tobaccos.
5 out of 5
Excellent
Excellent blending tobacco like all Peter Stokkebye tobaccos meant for just that. For a real treat try a mixture containing 70% Virginia, 20% perique,
3 out of 5
Peter Stokkeby Toasted Burley
An OK smoke but it lacks depth and complexity
4 out of 5
Peter Stok. Toasted burley
Great lightening agent to dark blend. Nice thick shag cut. A+
5 out of 5
Good tobacco
Really nice, alone, or even better mixed with the Dark Kentucky 50/50. Smokes slow and cool. The flavor is subtle, no vanilla or cherries, just tobacco.
4 out of 5
good
Like it !
5 out of 5
Full of flavor. Going in full rotation immediately.
This is another one which is immediately going into full rotation. If you like Orlick Dark Strong Kentucky, you'll love this. Though obviously not exactly the same, this broken flake has rich qualities similar to DSK. Very pleasant room note, tin note and absolutely full of flavor. I personally like this better than DSK. Absolutely full of flavor and delicious. No steam burn. Smoked in a Italian-made basket briar with a billiard shape bowl.
4 out of 5
not to bad.
very good alone or mixed with other tobacco.
Customer Testimonials
It tastes like Granger without the casing. Very good everyday smoke.
I smoke this in a corn cob pipe. It has a thick smoky flavor, has very little bite and lasts a long time.