I'm told that this is Stonehaven under a UK name. Well its made by the same people down in Jersey which is all I can say on the matter not having ever smoked Stonehaven, I'll leave that comparison to smokers better qualified and who have smoked both. But what I can say is that having smoked this for a week now and having just received another load, I'm ready to put yet another order in. Beautiful beautiful tobacco, from the aroma out of the packet, a rich fruity, figs maybe? and definately a hint of whiskey in there somewhere. The long thin dark flakes which just ooze quality and the totally trouble free handling, packing and smoking. Full of the richest flavour and giving off a remarkable plume of smoke and great roomnote to boot. Jeez what can I say, this tobacco is just total class and now my absolute top favourite.It never goes out!! Just keeps sitting there waiting for the next draw without burning away, holy .... ! If Stonehaven is even remotely anything like GRDF then its just oh so obvious why its gained such a reputation and also why smokers are so eager to cellar this beauty for future times. Now I just took to smoking cobs for the first time also in the past week, two Generals, a CG and Corndog are what I've managed to pick up and I have to say they match the GRDF perfectly. Amazing how in the space of a week the smoking habits of over thirty years can be changed and improved on, what a remarkable hobby this is, don't you just love it. I'm off to Greenwich to enjoy the sun with a couple of cobs and the camera, hmm, nice pipes and a beaut of a baccy, can't go wrong.