Bbf My New Favorite

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BBF

After trying this flake for the fifth time in just a couple of days.
This smooth blend has outdone CH is all aspects.
Thanks dub! Now I have two tobaccos I am buying a few pounds of next month.
 

Falconeer

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Honeyed is a taste I like in a pipe tobacco - I actually prefer EA Carey's Bruno Mix to the original St Bruno simply because of the honey note in the copy which is absent in the original.

Oh and by the way could someone tell an aged Scotsman what BBF's full name is so it can get added to my "wanta list"

Best to all

Gerry
 

jpberg

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Honeyed is a taste I like in a pipe tobacco - I actually prefer EA Carey's Bruno Mix to the original St Bruno simply because of the honey note in the copy which is absent in the original.

Oh and by the way could someone tell an aged Scotsman what BBF's full name is so it can get added to my "wanta list"

Best to all

Gerry
Samuel Gawith Best Brown Flake.
 

woody

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For me, BBF is best smoked in a Falcon or a smallish pipe because it tends to clog when smoked in a large bowl.
 

jpberg

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Thanks jp - now I know this could be added to list when it becomes available again

Gerry
You're very welcome, Gerry. Sorry to hijack this, but do yourself a favor and put some Germains Brown Flake on your list as well. Rare as hens teeth, just like the BBF though.
 

Marc

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BBF sweetened with honey? I thought honey was only used for tea, toast and Mac Baren tobaccos. https://pipesmokersforum.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/xd.gif
 

CarlBC

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BBF sweetened with honey? I thought honey was only used for tea, toast and Mac Baren tobaccos.
BBF has a touch of honey sweetness. I'm not sure it has actual honey in it, or if it's a by-product of the pressing & aging process.
I use honey in my coffee, too, Marc. And on fresh, hot biscuits with butter on Sunday mornings. :crazysmile:
 

Marc

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BBF has a touch of honey sweetness. I'm not sure it has actual honey in it, or if it's a by-product of the pressing & aging process.
I use honey in my coffee, too, Marc. And on fresh, hot biscuits with butter on Sunday mornings. :crazysmile:
Honey, hot biscuits and butter, now you're talking! :goodjob: BBF is not flavored with honey, it's a natural cold pressed Virginia tobacco.
 
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