So I have tried a few GH and SG tobaccos but not many. For some time one of my favorites has been the shag cut blend called Kendal Dark....deep, dark tobacco flavor and quite a nice nicotine kick, and only a very faint whisper of the floral/soapy characteristics often associated with a number of Gawith blends. Enough to suggest a faint similarity to a can of Fribourg & Treyer snuff I once had. That snuff taught me that snuff isn't my thing, but I loved the aroma of it and loved occasionally sprinkling a pinch of it on my pipe or into a hand rolled cigarette. Yesterday I bought a tin of GH Best Brown #2, and all I can say is "Wowsers, Penny!" Its got a very nice, but not overwhelming, floral/soap flavor to it, and while I couldn't see it being the only type of tobacco I'd smoke, I really am enamored of this blend and want to try more of this stuff. I fully intend to return to the shop next payday and snatch up a few tins of other stuff before they sell out, and maybe some bulk. What other brands, available in the US, have this kind of quality to them? I intend at some point to pick up some of that new Lakeland Brickle I've heard about, but other than SG, GH, and that, what might I be able to find in the states with a similar flavoring? If the etailers are anything to go by, then I can't count on this B&M getting any more in stock on a regular basis when they run out, and if they were doing much business at all I doubt they'd still have this stuff. The other tin I purchased there yesterday (SG X Blend) had a sticker on it with a date suggesting that they recieved it back in 2009....and they still have a number of tins of that stuff, despite the fact that only 500 tins total were produced... Anyway, does anyone have suggestions for other blends I could try? I'm definitely going to grab their last tin of Ennerdale. Also as I haven't many pipe I think I'll have to dedicate a pipe to this type of tobacco as some seem to suggest it can haunt a pipe like no other. What do you think of these types of tobaccos?