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Peter Stokkebye 702 Burley

Peter Stokkebye 702 Burley is just what the name says - it's straight Burley, processed in the Cavendish method, but with no top-dressing added. It has a smooth nutty flavor, and is a great blending component as it contributes cool-burning characteristics with a flavor smooth enough to mellow any blend it is added to. For the naturally nutty flavor of smooth Burley, 702 Burley is as good as it gets.

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Per OZIn Stock$2.45
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$2.19
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$2.06
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702 Burley Shipping Constraints
16 Ounce BagIn Stock$30.00
16 Ounce Bag + Pipe Tobacco StorageIn Stock$40.00
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Overall Rating4.44 out of 5 Based on 39 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Peter Stokkebye 702 Burley”

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5 out of 5
Best Burley EVER
I love burley tobacco. With my usual blends of the OTC burley's the taste is so good in the very beginning but then comes the dreaded tongue bite. It's so frustrating, no matter how much I caress my smoke, the tongue gets bitten, UNTIL I tried this 702 burley from Peter Stokkebye. OMG. I've finally found a wonderful burley pipe tobacco that smokes well for me. I gravity fill a few pinches, settle it gently each time, then the final pinch, I very gently tamp. I give 2 easy char lights, then light up and OMG - burley heaven! No more burley shopping and sampling for me! I smoke this by itself and it is delightful! 10 stars out of 5!
5 out of 5
Good Blending Tobacco
Nutty and chocolaty goodness. Mixed with a little Virginia and some Perique you've got a very nice all day smoke.
5 out of 5
Burley!
As good as it gets. Nuff said.
4 out of 5
Good straight or in a blend
This stuff is very good straight burley if smoked on its own, and that's how I was smoking it. Then as an experiment, I mixed some with some hearth and home classic burley kake, which has a little casing on it giving it some sweetness. I'm loving these two together, now I've got a great burley blend.
5 out of 5
Great tasting burley
This is the first time I have tried this burley. Compared to other burley I have tried, this one rates high marks for taste, burning, and aroma. I will definitely consider this burley to be my go to tobacco.
4 out of 5
A good smoke.
A good smoke.
5 out of 5
Very enjoyable
Mild strong. Can smoke it straight. For those who prefer unpretentious smoking.
4 out of 5
Blending Burley
Just bought a couple of ounces of this Burley for blending. Seems some of the tobacco from my last shipment was pretty bland, so mixed in some of this nice Burley. It is strong, with a nutty smell, very nice mixed into Virginia.
5 out of 5
Excited to experiment.
By itself: Rich smoke - hazelnut and hay with just a hint of caramel. This was my first time buying this variety because I wanted to try something new to pad out my order. Bought it for use as a condiment but I just tested it in my everyday briar straight as a test - blown away, Peter Stokkebye did it again. No, I don't work for them. Looking forward to working this into my own personal blends.
5 out of 5
702 Burley
This is not just a variation of PA, it’s what a Prince ought to be. 702 is far smoother and easier to inhale through the day. The casing tastes better to me - I get hints of vanilla on my first light (which, right out of the bag, is often the only one needed.) I’ve heard it said that PA has an anise-flavored casing, and I don’t mind it at all, but 702 just seems richer. Otherwise the cut and burn are about the same (702 can be a bit chunkier), and they have the same nutty/tangy/cocoa taste of a pure burley cavendish. One draw back is that more 702 is a week away, PA is 5 minutes into town, so I guess Middleton doesn’t need to change a thing. Can’t compare this with Two Timer, though.
5 out of 5
This is unadorned burley
Puffing on my first bowl. At first, it almost has a peppery flavor to it, but that could be me; certainly doesn't put me off. Different than anything I have smoked before and I am deciding I like it. I have smoked many cans of Prince Albert in my time and still like and smoke PA. May try mixing the two. Satisfying by itself. It smokes with an even burn. I like it.
4 out of 5
Pleasantly mild and flavorful tobacco
Pleasantly mild and flavorful tobacco that "plays well with others" as a blending agent. I like mixing it with 701 Virginia to create my own version of Half and Half.
4 out of 5
Burley lovers rejoice!
Burley lovers rejoice!
4 out of 5
Very tasty, smokes great
Very tasty, smokes great
4 out of 5
Great Smoke!
I don't know if the bulk is inconsistent or if I am being inconsistent in my loading it. Sometimes I think I have finally found the perfect Burley and other times when I get a bite. On those times when I don't get a bite I think this is at least a 5 star Burley. Tha's why I ordered a pound.
4 out of 5
Good reliable!
Good reliable!
5 out of 5
This is a simple tasty
This is a simple tasty burley, think of PA with no chemical taste....It makes a good mixer or great by itself...
5 out of 5
my all time favorite and primary smoke.
I have smoked OTC Burley Tobacco all my smoking life. For years, it was nothing but PA. There was never a thought of any other baccy. Then, PA turned on me and because they changed their recipe and cut. I started giving me the worst tongue bite ever. Then I started looking around and found this Peter Stokkebey 702 Burley. It has become my all time favorite and primary smoke. I like to get it by the pound, and put it in my jars. I can't cellar it because I smoke it up too fast.
5 out of 5
702 Burley
I like what the 702 burley brings to my blends
5 out of 5
Peter Stokkebye 702 Burley
I am partial to Burley so... This is a delicious Burley! Smooth, flavorful, and that flavor follows it till the end. No complaints.
3 out of 5
Too early to tell.
I received this 702 as part of P&C's Burley sampler deal and I attempted to approach trying the five burleys in an organized manner. The initial bowl of Peters 702 resulted in this note in my log. "Packs well, burns well, bites well" Here we are, a week later puffing on the second pipe of 702 as we speak and wondering where did that 'bites well' come from? Same pipe. Same first pipe after work circumstance and I've been sober for seven years so none of that is a factor. Maybe a stem or some other anomaly? Don't know. Check back with me in a month or so.
3 out of 5
Harsh
I found it harsh,to the point of unsmokable. While I like Burley in my blends, I thought I would try it straight, but it was so strong, I couldn’t handle it. I was bummed out because I like PS blends, but this one didn’t cut it for me. It’s a quality tobacco, not overly moist, and smokable out of the bag. Forget the room note for those expecting something pleasant, especially for those who are aromatic inclined. So, I had a bag of Lane Dark Red, and mixed it two parts Lanetoone part PS, and it was delightful. The Burley came through nicely, and was tasteful. The Lane had no Cherry taste, but calmed down the harsh Burley. BCA as is a good mixer for a blend. I may buy it again for blending.
5 out of 5
Fine tobacco
I am an amatuer at blending my own concoctions...I wanted a burley to go with my virginia and this served my purpose. Having yet to perfect my blend and still working on it...it seems only fair to speak of this burly when smoked by itself. It is a very good tasting burley, no bite and burns good. Not to fast and not to hot. I could smoke this all day long .
5 out of 5
natural goodness
love that natural tobacco taste. one of my new favorites
5 out of 5
Peter stokkebye is king
nice light nutty flavor very high in nicotine superior smoke for those who love regular tobacco and the natural flavor of tobacco good enough and light enough to smoke all day but will give you a light nicotine buzz if you smoke a couple bowl fills back to back I love all peter Stokkebye non aromatics
4 out of 5
Four Stokkebye tobaccos
I bought and tried #83 Amsterdam, #702 Burley, #84 Turkish and #201 Black Cavendish. The Amsterdam and Cavendish were the easiest to smoke as they smoked smooth and stayed lit without a lot of drawing. Of the four, the Black Cavendish is my definite favorite as it delivered a wonderful smoke with excellent taste.
1 out of 5
bad tobacco bit big tine peter stokkebye 702 burley not good
bad tobacco bit big tine stokkebye 702 burley not good
5 out of 5
A life time burley smoker
I've been a burley smoker since age 8, and it has always been Prince Albert. I never knew PA was a pipe tobacco until I was about 14. I always rolled my own as my grand dad taught me. Now I'm 73. And I've broadened my taste in tobacco. PA is still my go to, and now I've got some Peter Stokkebye 702 Burley. It's an excellent smoke. Tasty, mild, smokey, and stays lit to the bottom. No mess in the bowl and no soup in the shank and bit. I never learned not to inhale my pipe smoke, so the first taste of any tobacco will tell me if it is any good. The PS 702 just works on so many levels. If you like a burley that is a great, satisfying smoke that tastes good and does not bite or choke you half to death, then try this and then tell me you don't agree. Me? This is a strong contender for replacement of PA as my go to. I will be keeping this on hand as long as I'm around.
4 out of 5
Good standard pipe tobacco
I was previosly a fan of Kentucky Club Mild which was discontinued. This tobacco is a resonable simple non-aromatic substitute even though the cut is stinglier.
5 out of 5
Esxcellent.
I mix it half and half with PS 701 Virginia and a dash of perique for a classic American smoke.
3 out of 5
nice safe burley
702 is agood blender you can smoke it by itself but its only a one note burly .good price good taste
4 out of 5
good smoke
A nice straight burley blends well with stokkebye 701 va. will purchase again at some time.
5 out of 5
702 Burley
My choice for either blending my own mix or smoke on its own, great...
5 out of 5
Robust yet smokes Mild
Excellent full flavor robust yet mild !
5 out of 5
I found my ideal burley
This is a really, really, good smoke. Some folks use it as a mixer, including me, but I also puff it all by itself. Good, satisfying smoke. I mix up a batch of PA and 702 - adds something to both. I'm strictly a burley piper and don't venture into the burley mixes with virginia, cavandish and so forth. I've found my all day, everyday smoke. Could care less about room note and such. I take the position that if you don't like what I'm puffin' then move away.
4 out of 5
I like it
just a straight burley flavor nothing fancy
5 out of 5
Yep !!!!
Yep it is good alone or mixed with something else, smoke it slow it seems to have a lot going on.
5 out of 5
Burley fan !
All I can say is I like it a lot, I am a Burley fan !
5 out of 5
Quality as Usual
As usual my order was processed quickly & shipped promptly. The bulk tobacco was fresh & of good quality. I have never received a poor product from Pipes & Cigars.
Customer Testimonials
Really excellent smoke-everything you love about burley without the bite. I have never tried the Lane version-I'll sample that to compare.
CD of Bristol, CT
This is a richly colored blend of perfectly cured burley. If you like codger burleys, you'll enjoy this. It's straight forward tobacco taste with no additives or toppings detectable. Good all by itself, I will likely be using this as a blend stretcher and enhancer as well as a daily smoke.
MW of Ocala, FL
A GOOD BURLEY BUT I PREFER LANES BL/WB BURLEY.
GS of Allen, TX
A good burley but not as good as Lanes BL/WB..I prefer the Lanes Burley.
GS of Allen, TX
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