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Power Punchers

Battle of the Blends brings to you the Power Punchers. War Horse Bar and Cornell & Diehl 5 O'Clock Shadow are ready to slug it out. 
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Pipe Tobacco SamplerOnly 4 Left$16.99
Cornell & Diehl Five O'Clock Shadow Shipping Constraints
2 Ounce TinOnly 4 Left$11.50
save $1.5113% off
$9.99
War Horse Bar Shipping Constraints
1.75 Ounce TinIn Stock$15.00
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$12.40
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  • These items cannot be shipped to Massachusetts state addresses.
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Overall Rating4.72 out of 5 Based on 32 Ratings

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5 out of 5
Warhorse review
This was great right out of the tin. Once I got it broke up and packed it was perfect. Nice little earthy note in the background, with a subtle pear taste. Was a tad tough to get lit but once it got going all I can say is wow! Now I like a strong tobacco with a hearty nic hit to it and this was spot on. Perfect late night smoke paired with a brandy, cognac, or hot tea. Glad I got two tins will be ordering more.
5 out of 5
Surprisingly pleasant
The tin note kicks strong with a fruit and spice. It taste amazing in the back of the mouth. I have a collection of tobacco and I have a feeling I will finish this tin fairly quickly. It's definitely a desert.
4 out of 5
5 oclock shadow
Compared to war horse bar, i liked this blend a tad bit better. It maybe was my mood at the time, ill have to try them again, theyre both fantastic blends. Thanks p+c for pairing these two, theyre almost equal and its a tough call.
4 out of 5
War horse bar
I really liked this blend, and im not a fan of licorice at all, id recommend it, and im going to order it again.
4 out of 5
a good treat
an exceptional blend. very robust and has a great top note which carries over to the taste. it is on the strong side which is why i gave it only 4 stars, but that is just me, if you like strong robust blends i say go for it but i dont think its an all day blend- more like a treat
4 out of 5
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I can't decide if I like this or hate it.The tin note is just strange. Not like anything I've encountered before. It smokes nicely,no bite, and the wife likes the room note, which should make it a home run, but,I just can't warm up to the strange aroma. I'll try it again and see what happens, stay tuned.
5 out of 5
Flavorful and enjoyable
I liked War Horse Bar better than Mac Baren HH Bold Kentucky. Both are full-flavored but the Mac Baren HH Bold Kentucky is a nic bomb and had me very buzzed within just half a bowl. The War Horse Bar was woody, smooth, full flavored, and didn't burn hot
4 out of 5
I liked it but was
I liked it but was a little strong for my taste. I mixed it with some other tobacco and it worked out nicely.
5 out of 5
Wish it came in larger
Wish it came in larger amounts! Very smooth, pleasant any time of day!
5 out of 5
Good Quality!
While this tobacco is strong it's not overpowering. Slightly sweet aftertaste. I really enjoy it after a meal. I will keep it on hand so in my opinion it is worth ordering.
4 out of 5
NOT BAD
If you can get past the strange baby powderaroma you will find a nicely made plug...but floral nose
4 out of 5
Just enough Kentucky
Has enough Kentucky to satisfy. And enough perique to make it nice. I like it.
5 out of 5
Very enjoyable
A good alternate for War Horse Green. It’s not super different so I can’t put my finger on the exact difference but I like them both.
5 out of 5
A great plug with kick!
A bold plug with a great top note and kick! prepares easily and is really enjoyable.
5 out of 5
Riding the Warhorse!!!
Excellent!!! I'm only been smoking pipes for 6 months or so (over 50, never a cigarette smoker, and rarely smoked cigars). I've been "cutting my teeth"mostly on aromatics and OTC blends. Lately I've been dipping my toes into the non-aromatic, and English blends. When I first filled my bowl and lit up, I braced myself for the onslaught of War Horse Bar. What I found was a surprisingly smooth and mellow smoke with a good tobacco flavor. Definitely more nicotine then my usual blends, but nothing that made me ill, just a a little "buzzy". A great tobacco to smoke after a good steak dinner. Started the tin, and I already ordered 2 more.
5 out of 5
Just right
Wife loves room note. Flavor pleasantly dosen't overpower the taste of tobacco.
5 out of 5
Quality
Title says it all
5 out of 5
One of my most have tobacco's!
The flavors from this kake like plug is superb. Easy smoking will very little bite. The room note is simply amazing. I do recommend crumbling up the amount you want to use and allowing to dry for a moment, before puffing.
5 out of 5
Powerhouse
Fantastic. Full flavor, wonderful burn. Nt for the meek or faint-hearted. My go to blend
5 out of 5
Better than I thought
I wasn’t expecting much, but found I got More than I was expecting . This didn’t have such a licorice flavor as I thought it had. It turned out it had a deeper yet subtle licorice flavor; and not in your face flavor. Great for a beginner and pro at same time. I will buy again.
5 out of 5
I loved it
Very different from anything I have tried before, I am adding this one to my regular rotation and intend to try warhorse green soon.
4 out of 5
good sub
I love SG 1792. but who here can get it? well, this is a good second. full flavor and strength. never bites. smooth, and strong as 1792. good topping, even if it's not as goos as my beloved 1792.
4 out of 5
A suitable substitute for Ready Cut
War Horse Ready Cut is one of my favorite tobaccos of all time. This bar version doesn't have the smoothness as the ready cut and seems considerably stronger. The Ready Cut only gives me a little lump in my gut sometimes, if I smoke it on an empty stomach, but the BAR wants to knock my willy down in the dirt! If I'd tried Bar first, I might not have been as impressed, but I think it's a suitable alternative to Ready Cut, and maybe it'll smoothen up a bit with some age. (I tend to think loose tobacco ages faster than plugs, which might explain the difference.) It's not quite a plug -- more of a pressed kake, so you don't need a knife; you can just pinch off a piece and rub it between your fingers directly into your bowl, which makes this tin travel in your pocket well without making a mess of dottle outside the wings of the paper insert. If you liked the taste of this, but it knocked you down too much, try the Ready Cut, which is just a tiny step down in strength -- the momma bear of strong tobaccos.
5 out of 5
First notes of smell were
First notes of smell were that of raw tobacco. It smokes pure and cool and burns long. Easily breaks apart without a knife. Several compliments from older women saying it smell's like what their dad or grandpa smoked. A definite must have in a smokers celler.
5 out of 5
War horse
Love it, wish it came in bulk
5 out of 5
Heavy duty
This is a great tobacco it's strong full-flavored pairs well with a strong cup of coffee. This is in my regular rotation now and by far my favorite. This is one of the few tobacco's that I can actually taste the nuttiness in the flavors in it not sure what all the flavors are but they taste good to me.
5 out of 5
Great tobacco even for a newbie.
As a very new pipe smoker I was a little hesitant to try War Horse Bar. When I first opened the tin I knew that smell ,like it was something from the past but I still can not place it. When smoking it is indeed a bit stronger than what I was used to but not overbearing. It has a almost moss like taste and smell,it lights easy and stays lit. My girlfriend loves the room note
5 out of 5
A Solid Horse to Bet On
Pipes and Cigars has a winner here. The tobacco is fantastic; it's easy to prepare, pack, light, and smoke. It tastes great. The fire-cured Kentucky has a unique and delicious flavor, like it was cured by burning cedar or some other wood not normally used to fire-cure tobacco (yet, it does not taste like latakia). The aromatic topping is very mild and complements the Kentucky perfectly. The red Virginia component is noticeable, and very pleasant. When you pack your pipe, just rip small chunks off the plug and pack them into the bowl more or less intact. The moisture content is perfect fresh out of the tin for smoking the tobacco in this manner. If you rub this stuff out, it burns too quickly and you won't get much flavor. I highly recommend that you try this tobacco—even if you have tried Warhorse Green and hated it (as I have).
5 out of 5
Yummy
Just tried this and I am amazed. Wonderful
5 out of 5
Two thumbs up!
Not sure on the blend or the "topping", but i really like this tobacco. Really stiff plug to cut but it crumbles easily and packs well. Burns well and left very little if any moisture. I think this would be a fantastic crossover blend between aros and englishes. Ordering more come payday.
5 out of 5
Great smoke
Good flavor, tin note and room note. Only complaint is its is more of a kake than plug. It has a tendency to crumble up a little small and sometimes block the air flow. Other than that it's great!
5 out of 5
Very Pleasant and Relaxing
This and War Horse Green are my first plug tobaccos. I was a little nervous about trying something other than a Cavendish or Latakia. I'm glad I did!
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