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Peterson Old Dublin


The name might be Peterson Old Dublin, but this is a traditional Scottish mixture consisting of Cyprian Latakia, fine Virginias, unflavored black Cavendish and select Basma. This medium-bodied blend is sweet, smoky and exotic, and incredibly satisfying. Old Dublin is a great choice for those who enjoy Latakia in measured doses.

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Overall Rating4.67 out of 5 Based on 24 Ratings

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4 out of 5
Bring Back the Bulk
If I smoked this w/o knowing what it was, or who makes it, I would guess it was a G.L. Pease blend that went wrong somewhere. It's good, but there's nothing here that makes it worth the price of the tin. If it were at bulk prices it would be worth keeping some on hand.
5 out of 5
Another good English blend ,
Another good English blend , a bit more bold than Early Morning. I like it , top of my list.
4 out of 5
A solid, good smoke. Not
A solid, good smoke. Not much added flavor, just a fairly mild tobacco blend.
5 out of 5
Very good english blend.
Good flavor, similar blend to Standard Mixture and My Mixture 965 (kind of in-between the two) but the latakia is more subdued, more balanced overall, and seems to have less of a nicotine side effect. Smoke has a pleasant room note...slight incense from the orientals similar to Presbyterian Mixture.
3 out of 5
It really wasn’t for me.
It really wasn’t for me. The tin note was to my liking and my wife enjoyed the room note. However, I didn’t enjoy the after taste. Kind of killed it for me.
5 out of 5
Wich way do I go!!
Unique flavor and smell Cyprus latakia. When I first smelled it I didn't like it But that little round tin keep calling my name. Strong the way I like it, but very smooth, I liked the room note different. Bottom line it grew on me! I love this stuff. Gary the Irish settler. Thank you.
5 out of 5
The best English I've tried
This is my favourite English blend I've tried thus far. It is smooth, delightful, and full of character. I can smoke this all day long. It is perfect with a strong cuppa in the morning.
4 out of 5
Nice and mellow
I just started smoking a pipe but this tobacco is a lot smoother than lower priced ones I have tried. Will be buying again.
3 out of 5
Not for me, it may be for you
Not for my taste buds, nice tin note, wife liked the room note
5 out of 5
One of my new favorite tobaccos
This was something that I saw at the tinder box here in Reno Nevada. Being new to the world of English blends I thought I would try a tin. It was the biggest mistake I have ever made. Now I want to do is smoke this all the time. One of my new favorite tobaccos. Do yourself a favor and try a tin. You won’t regret it.
5 out of 5
A classic
Simply put this is my all day, everyday type of smoke. A little sweetness, a detectable smokiness and a consistent flavour. Good from top to bottom. If you are someone who is looking to venture, for the first time, into the world of "English" tobaccos id highly recommend starting here. If you're an old hand and are looking for something straight forward and consistently good, look no further. Perhaps there are better blends on the market with a more nuanced flavour profile, but to find a blend that has never left ME wanting is as good as it gets.
5 out of 5
Nice Celtic Blend
What everyone else has said goes for this correspondent as well. First, it is a balanced blend, Latakia being an ingredient of course, but not a smack in the face. The other tobaccos marry well, and there's a peaty sort of hint in there; whether it's a bit of turf from the moors, or a drop of whiskey someplace, I couldn't say. But if you asked a blender at Peterson's, I'm sure you'd get a sly wink... A big plus for Old Dublin is that it has a wonderfully MASCULINE room note, like what you'd think of if you were sitting around smoking with Ernest Hemingway, or Clark Gable. One might suppose Sherlock Holmes would have indulged as well, except that this is a milder blend, not as strong as Dunhill's My Mixture 965 (which is no more than a medium-strong blend itself), Holmes preferring blends that would be outlawed as poison gas in WWI... The stuff is similar to Half & Half in that, it does NOT like a tight packing and will either refuse to stay lit, or burn fiercely. I just give it a medium pack from the bottom of the bowl to the top and manage the burn during tamping while smoking. Needless to say, this tobacco prefers a larger chamber. Outside of that caveat, I will keep a tin in the rotation, just because.
5 out of 5
At a pub over looking the Leafy.
Smoking Old Dublin transports me beck to that experience even without my reading James Joyce’s The Dubliners.
5 out of 5
person old dublin (1.76)
my on off everyday smoking tabak. If you like latakia and prefer smooth smoking this is for you. Bulk little be different but no bad
5 out of 5
Best
Great balance and flavor. Been smoking Old Dublin for years
5 out of 5
jnelson
A very good smoke
5 out of 5
oh my this is good
I'm a backpacker and nothing beats old dublin by the campfire. I definitely would suggest this to friends!
4 out of 5
It's good.
To be truthful I'm very new to pipe smoking so I don't even know if my words are credible but Peterson old Dublin is good. I don't regret buying it however I don't believe I'm going to buy it again just because it's not one of my favorites.
5 out of 5
Great
Been smoking Old Dublin for years. A well balance English blend with great taste and not over powering.
5 out of 5
A must have!
Always a favorite. Clean and smooth from beginning to end.
5 out of 5
Nice smoke
Not too heavy on the Latakia, reminds me of University Flake. Good flavour though and I would recommend it if you like English blends.
5 out of 5
Great Smoke
A good flavorful cool smoking blend. I used to smoke "Black Watch tobacco that I bought at Vottis Pipe shop in Albany NY and loved it. The shop closed in 1991. This the closest blend to it that I've found yet. I highly recommend it.
5 out of 5
Delightful
This was my first English and at the time I had no idea what I was doing. In fact I'm not even sure why I chose it because all my decisions at that time were based on which flavor I wanted to try. For this to not say cherry or whiskey on the tin would have been a turn off. I got back to the barracks loaded it up and realized I had something special on my hands. After that my friends started smoking it too and we couldn't get enough. The Latakia comes through beautifully, but I think it is the Basma that gives it that extra something in flavor. About the room note-- I never had any complaints but the aroma is strong. If I was smoking an aromatic and a friend lit old Dublin it would ruin my smoke. We had to start coordinating tobaccos.
5 out of 5
This is one of my
This is one of my favorite tobaccos. I find out this after trying many kind of tobaccos and now i smoke mostly this one.
Customer Testimonials
I'm trying to like this blend, but my main comment is that it tastes ... salty. I'm a veteran English and matured Virginia's smoker, and trying this for the first time. It burns nicely, lights easily and leaves a white ash. But I'm missing any sweet undertones in the smoke and a lack of tanginess to offset that salty, sharp quality that I get from it.
JD of Gainesville, VA
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