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Rattray's Stirling Flake

Stirling Flake is a robust blend of Burley, Virginia and dark-fired Kentucky, firmly pressed and sliced in an easy to prepare format. This tobacco is best savored by experienced smokers who want a full-bodied blend without Latakia or Perique.

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Overall Rating4.67 out of 5 Based on 3 Ratings

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4 out of 5
Excellent. Strong. Yet Very Satisfying
This is an excellent yet quite strong tobacco, but full of very satisfying real tobacco flavor. I am not experienced enough as a pipe smoker, not eloquent enough to give a more expanded review about why this tobacco is so good. I just know that it is very good from having smoked a few tins. I would buy this again.
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Irish Flake Under Another Name.
Kolhase Kopp used to produce IrF but no longer. Shortly after that KK came out with Stirling Flake under the Rattray banner. To me, identical in every way. I can't find any differences with IrF. If there are differences, they are very flight indeed. Regardless, a stellar smoke!
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A little like Irish Flake, but maybe a little better
I bought this because I heard that it was Irish Flake in a different tin and as Irish Flake is one of my favorite blends I thought I would investigate the matter myself. The tin that I smoked convinced me that, although very similar, it is a little different. I found the differences to be in two ways. First, I found the nicotine strength of Stirling Flake to be less overwhelming than Irish Flake. By that I mean it was still strong, but won't clobber you as much as Irish FLake. Second would be in the topping or perhaps just the composition. I am pretty sure both of these do use a topping. I found the Stirling Flake to be more nutty sweet than the earthy sweetness that I get from Irish flake. Other than that they look and act very similar. It is good. I bought two tins after I finished the tin I had. I will likely age one and smoke one.
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