G. L. Pease Ranger
This tin contains two ounces of a rare and mysterious mixture Of a golden new world Virginia leaf, richly spiced with dark Cyprus latakia and other exotic tobaccos from the orient. It was discovered in a weather-worn barrel near the edge of the western world, hidden under Bixby bridge at mile 13.1 of the big sur marathon, and was perfectly suited for enjoying with a post-run pint at the local tavern. Savor this treasure; only a small number of these could be produced.
Notes: Created for the 2017 naspc pipe show
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|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
||Aug 14, 2019||Mild to Medium||None Detected||Mild to Medium||Pleasant|
First to review huh? Great stuff pretty sure this is the same recipe as the original 2004 Aragorn by Pease as well. Very polished English blend with a terrific taste. I managed to nab two tins so of course one to age and one to enjoy. Doesn't burn too hot, very easy to pack and light. Kind of sad he recycled the the tin art, especially with the lore behind the term Ranger from LOTR but I like the idea of new comers being able to enjoy a tin from the past.
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