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Sutliff Private Stock Eastfarthing  1.5 Ounce Tin
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Sutliff Private Stock Eastfarthing

There are two groups of pipe smokers who will find a lot to like with Sutliff Private Stock Eastfarthing. The first group is people who fondly remember lightly aromatic blends that had some Latakia mixed in, like Revelation and Barking Dog. The other group would be those folks who really miss McClelland's Frog Morton blends, and there are a lot of you out there.

Sutliff Private Stock Eastfarthing has a base of red Virginia and toasted Burley, along with a splash of Cyprian Latakia, but what sets it apart is the smooth and mellow vanilla note that lightly sweetens the mixture and gives it a pleasant room note. I'm willing to bet that this will rapidly become one of the best-selling entries in the Sutliff Private Stock lineup.


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1.5 Ounce TinBackordered Notify$7.29
Overall Rating4.5 out of 5 Based on 2 Ratings

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4 out of 5
Mild to medium, all day smoke
Eastfarthing consists of red Virginia, stoved Burley, and aged Cyprian Latakia with a touch of Vanilla (liquor?) topping. It’s a beautiful ribbon cut blend consisting of mostly brown, dark brown, and black tobaccos with the occasional bright golden ribbons, too. The moisture content is as close to perfect as one can get. After opening the tin, one would probably need to jar it so it doesn’t dry out too much. The first thing I get from the tin is a deep vanilla scent — like a french vanilla. And maybe just a hint of cocoa that adds to the depth of the vanilla. Then there’s a deep, damp, earthy smell. I really can’t smell any of the Latakia. Overall I find the tin note very pleasant. As I found the moisture content to be spot on, I didn’t let it dry any before loading my pipe. Of course, there might have been a very slight drying to it since I popped the tin the previous afternoon, but I really couldn’t tell it. I smoked this in my Peterson’s Mark Twain; it’s a System pipe. Eastfarthing packed well and took to the flame without issue. There were no issues with neither the charring (or false) light nor the true light. The taste was nice, too. Nothing too harsh; a mild to medium taste that was similar to the tin note but only barely. I got some wafts of incense from the Latakia that were all but absent from the tin. Comparing this to their 504C, I would say 504C is stronger in the flavor department with more Latakia coming through. The nicotine feel is very mild. As I was smoking this first thing in the morning with only some coffee as my companion, I was expecting more of a “nic-hit.” I’m pretty much a lightweight when it comes to nicotine so I was expecting that familiar, but unwanted, dizzy feeling — it never visited me. There’s virtually no tongue bite or harshness with this blend. Eastfarthing burns down to a nice white ash with virtually no moisture in the bowl. All in all, it’s a mild to medium blend which could very easily be an all day smoke.
5 out of 5
Eastfarthing did not disappoint
I very much enjoyed this tobacco. It was as described. It smoked cool with a mild sweetness that complimented the natural tobacco taste present. Unfortunately, I cannot compare this to Frog Morton blends, since I began smoking a pipe shortly before they called it quits. As such, I cannot say whether this will fill the hole left by Frog Morton. All I can say is that I will definitely be purchasing this again and that it has filled a hole in my own personal rotation. Well done Sutliff.
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