G.L. Pease Flake Tobacco?

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  1. K Williams

    K Williams Member

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    Does G.L. Pease make any flake tobacco blends?
     
  2. GlassEye

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    Union Square is a good VA, there are a few others I believe but I am not sure which ones.
     
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  3. K Williams

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    Thanks.
     
  4. BernardLerring

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    +1 on the Union Square. There's also Key Largo and Sextant too, both are darn fine smokes.
     
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    Embarcadero: broken flake
    Fillmore: broken flake
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    Quiet Nights
    Sextant
     
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    derangedhermit Reclusive member

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    www.tobaccoreviews.com will list all the G. L. Pease blends and then for each one tell you ribbon, flake, etc.
     
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  7. craig

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    Union sqaure is excellent and fillmore is a brilliant one as well
     
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  8. K Williams

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    Are any of these solid flakes like Full Virginia Flake, University Flake, etc.?
     
  9. craig

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    I had an aged tin.of union sqaure and the flakes come apart easy as u like and fillmoreis a broken flake.
    They are both the easiest packing flakes i have encountered
     
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    I don't think any of the GLP flakes are solid like that. Most are a loose "broken" flake
     
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    Aquaholic sums it perfectly. Loose broken flake with a nice percentage of loose bits to use as kindling if you like to keep your flake chunky
     
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  12. mattia76

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    Of all of his broken flakes, Fillmore is my favorite. Especially with a bit of age!
     
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