FMOTB

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  1. DWB232

    DWB232 Member

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    I worked in Cincinnati yesterday and it just so happens that my favorite B&M was on my way home. After painstaking deliberation I decided to have my first go round with Frog Morton. OTB was my choice. I'll let you know how it goes when I crack it open.

    Two house blends, an OTC and now two tins. In a couple of years I might have what you guys consider a cellar:)
     
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  2. David Emond

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    Frog Morton is on my list , seems like the go to blend for allot of people that want to jump into the english blends
     
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    I haven't tried the Frog blends yet. They've been on the list for a while now. Time to bump them up towards the top
     
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    The frogs make a great intro into English, Oriental and Va/Per blends. I like OTB as a no nonsense, trouble-free Va/Per. ATP is a great mild to medium English, and OTT is a great little Oriental. All are in my rotation, but OTB is my favorite.
     
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  5. dmkerr

    dmkerr PG- free since '83! Moderator

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    OTB is the Frog I netted first but OTT is the only one I smoke. Hope you like OTB better than I did.
     
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    I like all the Frog's. Enjoy!
     
  7. jgstudios

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    Frogs are top notch. Highly recommend. FMOTB is fine stuff and FMOTT is my favorite.
     
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    Mington Well-Known Member

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    +1 to that!:thu2:
     
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    OTB was one of my first, and still one of my favorite blends, it is my go to tobacco in a cob while I'm fishing!
     
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    I had tried a couple of strong Lat blends before I knew what they were and it turned my off of English blends for awhile. Then I tried the Frog series and loved them. They are mild and a much better introduction into Lat. and I would recommend both FMOTT and FMOTB, I haven't tried the original.
     
  11. Jayson H Bucy

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    I'm addicted to the plain ole Frog and have OTT on back order. I didn't realize OTB was Va/Per I thought it was an English with Perique added..I may have to give it a go now as well....PAD AHHH
     
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    I thought the same thing. Can someone verify? Is OTB a Lat blend with Perique?
     
  13. DWB232

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    Doesn't say anything about Va on the tin or the online description. On the tin it refers to it as a Balkan and the online description says Latakia, Perique, Oriental and Turkish
     
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    All the Frogs are great. Always easy to light and pack, deliver solid flavor, and great to introduce aromatic smokers to English blends.
     
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