|Tobacco||Dark Fired Kentucky|
|Room Note||3 - Balanced|
Dark-fired Kentucky has been used in all kinds of tobacco products for many decades, but through the years, it was used less and less in pipe tobacco. But for the last fifteen years or so, it has undergone a renaissance. Peter Stokkebye 314 Dark Fired uses Kentucky seed tobacco that is hung in barns and smoked using aromatic woods. This is a potent tobacco that can be very assertive, so it's best to add it with a light hand until you're happy with the result. If you want to kick up a blend, 314 Dark Fired is an excellent option.
For as long as most of us can remember, plaid cloth tobacco pouches have been a staple among pipe enthusiasts. These simple pouches are an affordable, basic way to take your favorite blend with you. But one of the problems with these old stand-bys is that the stitched-in rubber or vinyl liner would begin to tear and crack after seeing some regular use. Our friends at Decatur have come to the rescue with their Decatur Plaid Roll-Up Pouch.
These traditional red or black plaid cloth pouches have been updated for longevity by using a polymer coating on the inside of the cloth. which is permanently bonded to the material, eliminating the cracking and separating that would normally occur, and with Decatur's low prices, you'll spend less and get a longer life.