In 1922, Henry Comoy joined forces with his cousin Chapuis. Together they created the Chacom brand name in 1928. After World War Two, Chacom became leader of the French, Belgian, German, Scandinavian and even the American markets. In 1972, Yves Grenard, Pierre Comoy's second cousin took over the reins of the brand. Today, due to its age-old tradition and an immeasurable know-how. Chacom remains the leading French brand.
Now there are superb tobaccos to go along with Chacom's amazing pipes. Grand Cru is a unique aromatic blend that contains a bit of spicy/sweet Perique. Royale is a mellow blend of red and bright Virginias with a splash of Latakia, and Saint Claude is a smooth chocolate/vanilla aro.