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Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding Bourbon Barrel Aged Pipe Tobacco
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Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding Bourbon Barrel Aged

What a difference a month makes.

When we heard that they were going to age some Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding in a Bourbon barrel, we just had to check it out. We got a chance to see the tobacco not long after it had been put in the barrel, We were told that the barrel had only been emptied of its boozy cargo two weeks prior, so the aroma of Bourbon was intense. After a month-long nap, the tobacco was pressed into the familiar crumble cake format, and in a nod to other well-known infused blends, a chunk of one of the staves from the barrel is included. Although the scent of Bourbon is very noticeable, it melds well with the tobacco so that you get a burst of the flavor at first light and then it moves into the background, but is always present. Fans of the original are going to want to pick up some Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding Bourbon Barrel Aged,

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Overall Rating4.82 out of 5 Based on 28 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding Bourbon Barrel Aged”

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5 out of 5
Love this Plum Pudding, I am buying more!
Good stuff! Buy and enjoy like me!
5 out of 5
Finest smoke I've ever enjoyed.
I'm no good at reviews. I'm transitioning from aromatics to Latakia blends, and this one rang my bells. Delicious smoke, no bite, no dottle. More expensive than what I usually smoke, but worth every penny! Highly recommended.
5 out of 5
To modify a previous review. I initially reported that while the tin aroma was apparent i noted no taste difference in the smoke as the standard Plum Pudding I opened a second tin about 3 months later and much to my surprise the tin aroma was much greater and the smoke was drastically changed for the better, with a much more vivid taste of the bourbon. Really great smoke. Will be buying more
3 out of 5
Just not for me.
I'm sure for those who enjoy something more along the lines of old dark fired Kentucky this would just make your day, but it's definitely not for me. Way too much of the oak wood firied barrel comes out as I'm trying to find anything resembling plum pudding. It's there I'm sure, but I think the smoky flavor is just overpowering.
5 out of 5
First timer with Seattle Pipe Club's Plum Pudding Barrel Aged.
Complex, sweet, peppery, deep with a hint of cocoa and caramel. Loved it. The down side is, I only purchased one tin.
4 out of 5
Love all the notes
Love all the notes
5 out of 5
Great stuff!!!
Just when I thought Plum Pudding couldn't get any better, they come out with this! Really enjoyed this blend.
5 out of 5
Pipe tobacco
Awesome product.
5 out of 5
It’s difficult to improve on perfection, but they managed. The bourbon is not the primary player, it plays a supporting role that adds sweetness and a savory whiskey taste, and enhances the room note. I can’t wait for 8oz tins of this to really stock up my cellar. Absolutely delicious!
5 out of 5
Two words: A Mazing
The smell when you open it. I could stop there. A great blend with no bite and a pleasure to smoke.
4 out of 5
I love Plum Pudding and this is a wonderful variation on it. The Bourbon note is just right. The flavor is rich and satisfying without being overwhelming. l will definitely be purchasing another tin in the future.
5 out of 5
Love The Pudding
I Drive A Truck So I Have Long Hours To Enjoy The Pudding.
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
One of the nicest tobaccos
One of the nicest tobaccos I've ever smoked.
5 out of 5
GREAT Smoke!
This is one of the best tobaccos I have ever tried. Highly recommend!
5 out of 5
Perfectly blended tobaccos.
I love Latakia but I also want subtlety and nuance in what I smoke. This blend provides both. The bourbon aging, while a bit of a gimmick does show itself in the tin note if not as a major player in the flavor. The mouth feel is full and creamy. After a half hour of drying prior to lighting I found it to smoke cool and dry...and I would highly recommend that drying time. It isn't "wet" out of the tin by any means, but I think the time to breath brings the best out in it. I also had little trouble maintaining an ember, which I also attribute to the time allowed for it to dry and breath. A fine smoke I would highly recommend.
5 out of 5
I compared the barrel aged to some Plum Pudding I had on hand. While the tin aroma was markedly different and very nice. I couldn't detect any marked difference in the smoke. Still a great tobacco
5 out of 5
Well done
If you like plum pudding and if you like bourbon this is for you.
5 out of 5
Bourbon barrel aged!! Plum pudding!!! Oh my!!!
Great bold, rich flavor! Will most definitely purchase again!
5 out of 5
Just in case you haven't been told enough times...
This is one sumptuous smoke. Delivers and then some.
4 out of 5
Great blend
I really enjoyed this one. The whiskey is not overpowering in taste but really stands out with the tin note. To me this is much better than the new Miss. River run aged.
5 out of 5
I’m fairly new to pipe
I’m fairly new to pipe smoking. So far this is the best tobacco I’ve tried
5 out of 5
Great tobacco
Very smooth. Gentle infusion of burbon, but definitely noticeable... Not picking up as much latakia as the original.." and that campfire aroma and flavor is what I love so much about the original is not there ???" Not very much like the original at all. Very good, but different. Interesting how the infusion of burbon fumes affects the complete flavor and experiance with the same tobacco. I will be cellaring a can for a few years to see how that will affect it . I prefer the original over this rendition. But this is still very good.
5 out of 5
Amazing. Nuff said.
5 out of 5
My Favorite!
This is now my favorite, by far. A great flavor with complex notes, with some sweetness ftom being barrel aged, but without being aromatic. I'm going to pick up a few tins and stay ahead of it just in case it becomes hard to get. Just wow!
5 out of 5
#2 with a bullet...
My first review! That's how special I found this blend. I have, over the course of about 2.5 years after restarting piping, tasted over 100 different blend where I've force ranked every single one. After 1 bowl, I put this #2, just behind Frog Morton Cellar. Complex without overwhelming in any category, sweet/smoky/creamy etc...I concur with the others' tasting notes. Well balance dried fruit - retrohale smooth and a great aftertaste. Maybe you don't smoke this one all day, but to end a great day of life - you can't beat it.
5 out of 5
A truly fantastic blend!
i won't waste time going into any sort of lengthy descriptions about the tobacco's in this blend. I will give my opinion to you straight up - this is truly a fantastic blend! totally worth all the hype. It is just as great as the original plum pudding and better in its own way. The taste is consistently balanced and smooth with a hint of the bourbon. Smokes cool and slow. It is a bit moist out of the tin and needs a good half hour dry time before lighting up. i find it a bit more mellow than the original which is fine by me, and if you love the original as much as i do than you're in for a real treat. It can easily be an all day smoker, but i'll enjoy it as an extra treat here and there. I smoked in a briar but i'm sure it will smoke great in whatever bowl suits your fancy. Enjoy!
5 out of 5
Delightfully distinguished...
I will start off by saying that the bourbon in the tin note is delightful and strong. I took one of the slices out of the in, crumbled it very easily, and left it out to dry for an hour. Not that it necessarily needs any drying time, I just find Cyprian Latakia to hold a good bit of moisture. Between this blend and Gentleman Caller I am not sure which I would rather have as a cologne. The bourbon is there and in my opinion noticed throughout the bowl; however, it does not take away from the smoke. The normal burnt rubber, spicy goodness of Cyprian Latakia is complimented with a tingle of bourbon in the nose and on the tongue. Although, that could also be the Perique. I do not believe it to be bite. Sweetness from the Virginia came in towards the middle of the bowl, which was welcomed on my palate. The blend really melds well towards the end of the bowl when the Orientals kick in. That is when you can tell the blender was going for Balkan qualities in the tobacco. This is a very good contemplative blend. Let me get this out of the way - this is nothing like Frog Morton Cellar. If you were hoping for such, keep hoping. I cannot say for sure, but I am pretty sure FMC was topped with something and this blend is not. This blend is infused and smokes as such. Is it a 5-star blend? Absolutely. Just do not get into it expecting it to be what it is not. #PeacefulPuffs
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