Arkie's review of Balkan Sasieni reminded me of a question I've had at the back of my mind since I first noticed it but never asked about. Does anyone know anything about the origin of the name? I realize Sasieni is close to Sobranie and it was put out to (a little more obvious than subliminally) cash in on the Sobranie name. However, I'm curious where the Sasieni comes from. Joseph Sasieni created a pipe company that made pipes like 2-dots, 4-dots, Coventrys, and such. I'm not sure if it's still around. But it seems an odd choice for a tobacco name unless Stokkebye bought the rights to it. Anyone know the origins of this tobacco name?