Tin has no description except picture of George Washington and the phrase "Greatest American"
Notes: Made by R.J. Reynolds Company, Tin Tax Stamp dated November, 1941. This and the Prince Albert Blends are made by R.J Reynolds Tobaccos. Now, the R. J. Reynolds session of Pipe Tobaccos belongs to the Lane Group, USA
|Manufactured By||R.J. Reynolds|
|Blend Type||Burley Based|
|Packaging||8-ounce tin, 50 gram pouch|
Pleasant to Tolerable
|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|JimInks (467)||Medium||Mild||Medium||Pleasant to Tolerable|
It's too bad this hasn't been made in over thirty years. It has a sweet molasses taste reminiscent of Carter Hall, along with some earth and nutty notes, but it's a little stronger than CH with a sharp harshness. I don't believe there's a touch of red Virginia in here, but there's a little tangy note here that is reminiscent of what RV does. It also has a slight spice hit. Burns slowly, but well, leaving no dottle. If it was back in production, I'd buy it.
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