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Peterson Hyde Park

Peterson Hyde Park is a unique combination of tobaccos. Bright flue-cured and fire-cured Virginias are blended with Indian Orientals and robust Burleys and are cased with maple sugars and topped with a splash of rum with other Lakeland-type essences. This singular aromatic is a great change of pace. Try Hyde Park for a one-of-a-kind experience.

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Overall Rating 3.33 out of 5 Based on 3 Ratings

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4 out of 5
Love this quirky tobacco!
Hyde Park may not be my favorite tobacco, but it's DAMN close! [4-1/2 Stars] Upon opening the tin, you immediately get a sense that something special awaits. (Yes, I realize that the plastic bag thingy is a bit unconventional.) Anyhow, the cut is a broken flake, along with odd-shaped bits and pieces. Both the tin smell and texture of the tobacco suggest a very refined quality. Lighting up, you taste some seriously good VA and burley, along with a light touch of Lakeland scent. The flavoring is more or less noticeable throughout the bowl, but it unexpectedly wafts in and out. Very satisfying smoke, leaves behind a clean bowl with no stickiness. So there you have it... an awesome "English-style tobacco" without Latakia!
3 out of 5
Don't know if it is suppose to be this way?
I don't know how to describe this kind of smoke since it has a certain type of tobacco I usually don't buy. But to give you a layman's description it had a perfume licorice aroma and taste. Or something like underarm smell masked heavily with deodorant perfume. Am I making fun? No, but it is the only way I can describe it. What I did like about it was the makeup of the tobacco itself. Thick, yet stringy and moist. I almost wanted to chew on it. Would I buy it again? Sure, if it is supposed to be this way.
3 out of 5
Unusual, but still good
I am undecided on this, I don't detect the notes out of the tin and it smokes very well, but I can't put my finger on the taste. It's a good smoke and burns well though.