Coming from the USA, so it will probably take a week or two. If anyone has experience with these tobbys, let me know what your thoughts were. Looking forwards to firing that big funny looking pipe up (just not in public). Rusticated Bent Dublin Churchwarden Fishtail C & D Kajun Kake ... never tried or read anything about it. I got it for a few reasons. Firstly, I really liked Mississippi Mud, and this looks like it's the same "line" or something. I guess it's just a similar package from the same maker. Secondly, I like crumble cakes. In my experience, for some reason they burn cooler and easier. Thirdly, I usually go for strong Latakia blends, so this provides a bit of variety. The write up says, "A crumble cake of Red Virginia cavendish with a little Perique". Captain Earl's "Honor Blend". I got this one for similar reasons as the above. I like crumble cakes, I'm a big fan of the two other Captain Earl's tobaccos I have tried ("Ten Russians", and "Nightwatch"), but they are both heavy Latakia blends and I wanted to try a Captain Earl's blend that wasn't Latakia. The write up for this one says, "This is an all natural stoved blend of red Virginia, mild Cavendish, Turkish and Perique tobaccos pressed in an old-fashioned Crumble Cake. Honor Blend is specially formulated for the discriminating lovers of fine Virginia based tobaccos.". Captain Earl's "Stimulus Package". Again, big fan and couldn't put in an order without buying at least one proper Latakia blend! "Captain Earl's Stimulus Package is a true delight for lovers of Latakia. Rich and full bodied, Stimulus Package is pressed to deliver a perfectly balanced blend to the true aficionado of full English tobaccos.".