Brigham

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  1. Prof

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    Hey, there are no reviews of the new Brigham tobaccos on tobaccoreviews; has anyone tried them?

    http://www.smokingpipes.com/tobacco/by-maker/Brigham/index.cfm
     


  2. David Emond

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    I was wanting to post too. I find it weird that Brigham has waited all this time to break into the states market. These blends are made in Germany by Solani and should be top notch.
     
  3. Prof

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    The "these are straight tobaccos, not aromatics" is kind of strange?
     
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    Up here in Canada, Brigham has lots of aromatics in pouches made by Lane in the states. Then they have the tins non aro made from Solani. I don't know why they wrote that.
     
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    These are new blends from them, I guess. I haven't seen them up here at my B&M (I should swing by there on Friday after payday hits :D)
     
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  6. Prof

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    I saw them on Smoking Pipes as new arrivals, and I was just wondering...
     
  7. David Emond

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    Jd, pipes and cigars has their king street and ripley blends.
    http://pipesandcigars.com/brigham-pipe-tobacco.html

    Canadians that like brigham blends should now just order from the states.
     
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    Yes it is. But people go were the lowest price is. I have a hard time spending 30$ on a tin when i can get it for 10$
     
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