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Sutliff Stoved Black Virginia 507-S Pipe Tobacco
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A lot of the P&C Faithful loved McClelland's 5105 Stoved Black Virginia and are now disappointed that they won't be able to get it anymore. Well, we have an answer to the dilemma. Our friends at Sutliff Tobacco Company have introduced Sutliff Stoved Black Virginia 507-S. 

This tobacco starts out as bright Virginia that is slowly heated over time until it turns a rich black. This isn't a process that can be rushed, as too much heat applied too soon could result in charred flavors. The sugars in the leaf caramelize, so Sutliff Stoved Black Virginia 507-S has a bit more concentrated sweetness. Although it certainly can be an enjoyable smoke on its own, this blackened Virginia makes a wonderful blending component.

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Overall Rating4.64 out of 5 Based on 14 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Sutliff Stoved Black Virginia 507-S”

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5 out of 5
Sutlff
Tasty, well priced replacement for Rattray Dk Fragrant
5 out of 5
Blending
I am new to all of this but in my forum lurking I came across the idea to mix Sutliff stoved black Virginia 50/50 with 515 RC-1 with a dash of Perique of course. I was impressed with my results, though I’m no pro. I would recommend Stoved Virginia for blending purposes but I’d imagine it would do just fine by itself.
5 out of 5
Close to Dark Star.
Very close to McClelland Dark Star. I've jarred the rest of mine. I'll smoke it 5 years from now.
5 out of 5
A tasty jewel
This has fabulous flavor, no harshness and smokes great to the bottom of the bowl with few delights. . Also great for blending. A beautiful black color with a nice, wide cut that packs well. One of my favorite I blended and unflavored tobaccos.
5 out of 5
Very good stuff
I use Sutliff Stoved Black Virginias in combination with Sutliff’s Matured Red Virginia in my English blend, which is has a similar flavor profile as G. L. Pease’s Odyssey. It adds just the right amount of sweetness to the blend.
3 out of 5
Blending tobacco...
A somewhat dry Virginia- the bag aroma is lemony and the processing gives it a chewing tobacco aroma, too. The cut is typical black cavendish style- big, thick strands of varying sizes. It lights easily and has a slightly sweet but dark taste- probably made with lemon virginias. It stays light and mild and doesn't bite much. I bought it to smoke on its own, but it doesn't give me enough flavor or complexity for that. It is what it is. Maybe I can use it to tame down a hot biting virginia. Burns clean with a white ash and no dottle or moisture.
5 out of 5
Dark Star Fans rejoice!
McClelland Dark Star fans should rejoice. This is the closest I have been able to get to that flavor, however missing some of that ketchup flavor. It is naturally sweet and has a pleasant aroma reminiscent of toasted marshmallow. The cut is very different, and may require relights.
4 out of 5
Bold Taste
I really enjoyed the up front bold flavor from this tobacco. It was a little too much at first, but then I tried it in another pipe and it was great. I would recommend it if you enjoy DARK tobacco that won't put you on the ground.
4 out of 5
Great blending component, decent by itself
Just the thing to mellow a harsh or strong blend. Alone, it provides subtle flavors typical of a stoved Virginia (long live the memory of 5105). No surprises here, but no disappointments either. It has a moderate level of sweetness contrasting a mild tanginess and slight spice. To my palate, it is very slightly astringent and without bite.
5 out of 5
Great job Sutliff
I am a micro-blender and in sevral of my blends I used McClelland Black Stoved Virginia. When Mc Clelland shut down for good, no one else carried Black Stoved so I couldn’t blend these blends. I saw that Sutliff came through for all of us and began processing this wonderful Virginia. I actually think Sutliff one upped McClelland, not only does this tobacco blend very nicely, but it smokes great by itself. Thank you Sutliff and thank you Pipesandcigars.com for carrying it.
5 out of 5
Sutliff Stoved Virginia
I ordered some of this tobacco as a replacement for Butera Royal Vintage Dark Stoved Virginia, which is no longer available. I must say I like this Sutliff tobacco very much. I find myself reaching for this instead of one of my other Virginias. It's now a favorite of mine.
5 out of 5
Good, but not a McClelland Match
Very nice tobacco for blending but not exactly a match for the McC stoved Va. IT has a bit more bite in it than I would've liked. BCA or toasted cavendish mixed in mellows it a bit.
4 out of 5
Good effort to match a classic
More than decent Stoved Virginia. No detecable, to me, added flavoring. Could be an excellent bkending tobacco, or an all day smoke for a heavy puffer. Would taste bland to many, but that's kind of the point. It might also come pretty close to the lamented 5105 in natural sugar content, but not equal. Will likely make my reorder list.
5 out of 5
Straight to point
What you would expect from a stoved black. Very well down. I only had McClelland black in flake mixture so I can’t honestly compare it to their black only offering. I will be ordering this again.
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