Discussion in 'Pipe Tobacco' started by user3610, Dec 6, 2012.
Are there any aromatics with a strong nicotine content?
ITs the closest to a true aro I smoke. tons of nic though
I tried it out last week- just knocked me out w/ the nic.
Peterson University Flake (berries, fairly mild flavor, good nic hit).
Petersons 3p. Not sure if it's an aro or not but it's pretty dern good.
Maybe give one of the Gawith Hoggarth Sweet Ropes a try. Rum, coconut or maple I believe. Enough nic to kill a mule.
Edit: It should be noted that these are NOT overly aromatic.
Gotcha, I'm lookin' for a replacement to Nightcap. Something that I can smoke at night, for a fix- but doesn't scare the wife off.
So far, the only non-aro she can stand is Stonehaven (which I don't care for), that she claims makes me smell like peanut butter
Well then maybe steer clear of the GH ropes! There is absolutely no mistake that you are smoking potent tobacco. Not the most pleasant of room notes for an aro.
Have you tried any of the "Lakeland"/traditional British/floral essence tobacs? Well, other than 1792 Flake, that is.
Does Squadron Leader count? I'm a little confused by what the Lakelands are exactly.
Yep there is definitely some Lakeland in SL. It is the flavor many attribute to the soapiness in SG and GH blends.
Look for "traditional British flavoring/essences" in the description. For SG, some are Kendal Cream Deluxe (which I have and hubby says has a nice room note), Grousemoor (mild), Sam's Flake, and Westmoreland (? I think). On the GH side is Ennerdale, anything ending in "Scented", Glengarry, and I believe also Kendal Flake.
Ah how could I forget Firedance Flake, logo? It is strong enough, to my tastes anyway, and has a delicious room note of berries that Wife O' Mine approves of.
Mr. Bones (on this forum) is sending me some- score!
Sir Walter Raleigh Aromatic. It has a chocolate liqueur flavor and nic kick.
Sorry but I have to disagree. There is no Lakeland essence to SL and it is neither strong or aromatic.