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One of our "Middle Earth" Series tobaccos, dedicated to the works of Tolkien. Longbottom Leaf is very kind to the mouth. Mild and slightly sweet, with notes of spice and cinnamon. A treat for you and your companions - whether your adventure leads you through elven-trod forests or on a stroll through the back yard.

Notes: Founded by Jim and Gwen Reeves in August of 1970, The Country Squire has been a Mississippi fixture and tradition for over 43 years. As Mississippi's oldest tobacconist, we feature over 20 unique and interesting house pipe tobacco blends along with the finest of hand-rolled, long-filler cigars.

For decades we have been Mississippi's premier pipe dealer, featuring well-known brands such as Savinelli, Peterson, and Nording, Neerup, Butz-Choquin, and Stanwell, along with hand-made treasures from regional craftsmen.

BrandThe Country Squire Tobacconist
Manufactured ByThe Country Squire
Blend TypeAromatic
ContentsUnknown
FlavoringCinnamon, Sweet / Sugar
CutMixture
Packaging2 oz Pouch
CountryUS
ProductionCurrently available
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Strength
Mild
Flavoring
Mild
Taste
Mild to Medium
Room Note
Pleasant
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TGatewood (4)
★★★★
Mild Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

Longbottom Leaf has been labeled, by some, as the "best pipe weed in all the Squire". The connection between the Country Squire and Tolkien's Shire is no hard stretch with this tobacco in your pipe. This mild cinnamon blend is an easy smoke that, while flavorful, is never overwhelming. This aromatic is soft on the tongue and throat, eliminating any harsh bites. A great afternoon smoke on a cool summer's day best enjoyed with a fresh cup of coffee. One of the squire's most popular aromatics for good reason. Highly Recommended.

Pipe Used: Stanwell Straight Billiard

Age When Smoked: Freshly Mixed

Purchased From: The Country Squire

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