Boswell Pipes & Tobacco Peaches and Cream

It has a citrus taste and light aroma.


Brand Boswell Pipes & Tobacco
Blended By J M Boswell
Manufactured By  
Blend Type Aromatic
Contents Black Cavendish, Burley, Cavendish
Flavoring Cream, Peach
Cut Ribbon
Packaging Bulk
Country United States
Production Currently available


Extremely Mild -> Overwhelming
None Detected -> Extra Strong
Room Note
Unnoticeable -> Overwhelming
Mild to Medium
Extremely Mild (Flat) -> Overwhelming

Average Rating

2.72 / 4





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Reviewed By Date Rating Strength Flavoring Taste Room Note
Dec 12, 2019 Mild to Medium Medium Mild to Medium Very Pleasant
The mildly nutty, earthy, and lightly molasses sweet burley cavendish takes the lead. The grassy, citrusy Virginia is a supporting player. So is the sugary black cavendish. The tobaccos are greatly sublimated by the rich peach and cream toppings. The toppings weaken a tad in the last quarter of the experience. The strength is a step past the mild mark, while the taste is at the center of mild to medium. Has a mild nic-hit. Won’t bite or get harsh. Burns cool and clean at a moderate pace with a mostly consistent flavor. Leaves a little moisture in the bowl, and requires few relights as the tobacco is a bit moist. The pleasant after taste is short lived. An all day smoke.

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Jan 30, 2012 Mild Mild to Medium Mild Pleasant
All of the Boswell aromatics are quality productions. It really is refreshing to know there is still that hands on artisan approach to anything in the world, let alone tobaccos.

That being said, although this one is a quality product, it still falls victim to the nature of it's being. It is an aromatic, and therefore can burn a little bit hot, a little bit sticky, and does not hold up to it end of the deal when it comes to taste vs smell.

The peach taste is very subtle but it is there, I think. This has a light sweet flavor, and can really scratch that itch for a nice aromatic. It is way above others in it's class. This blend just wont blow you away with flavor, peach or anything else.

As with most aromatic tobacco's this one is not for long term storage. the topping diminishes over time, leaving you with a bland base tobacco. Buy it, smoke it and enjoy. I actually should say buy it, smoke it, and let everybody else enjoy. The room note on this one is very nice. Recommended.
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Reviewed By Date Rating Strength Flavoring Taste Room Note
Jul 30, 2022 Mild Medium Mild to Medium Very Pleasant
Whoever said dessert is not the main course was most likely a non-piping smoking fool and surely unlearned on JM Boswell’s Peaches & Cream, the aromatic dainty of discussion. Grab your deepest spoon and cuddle up to a full bowl, friends. Peaches & Cream is a mild-mannered blend comprised of mostly Black Cavendish, Burley, and plain old Virginia Cavendish. A richly dark and golden speckled ribbon cut preparation bathed in savory peach and vanilla cream dressings. The food allegory on this mix, as I discovered, is really too much.

When my obligatory two-ounce sample pack arrived, I happened to be sitting at my den desk shifting through some blurbs on PipesMagazine Forum, imagine that. Distracted by the sound of the opening door, I spied my wife lean into the room as she tossed Boswell’s standard Uline Gold Bubble Mailer in my direction. Immediately the old AOL “You got mail!”, hit me squarely on the brain. I knew instantly what the packaged contained just by the waft of aromatic fragrance that smacked me upon catching the bundle. Then I wondered if the mailman had relished the delivery as this thing would make for a lovely car freshener, no doubt.

Once opened, the pouch note proved to be equally mesmerizing. The fruiticious perfume of peachy cream delight was categorically strong, rendering a vibrant liqueur-like impression. Where’s the fuzzy skin, I thought. Resonating further a candied vanilla and a chirpy Play Dough like scent circulated with even boldness. Nicely topping this sugary face, a tracing of off-setting zest kept the overt sweetness in form. Lying low, some goodly nuttiness buried itself in a conniving mood as a gesture of further enticement.

With the tasting, naturally the peach flavoring graciously led the service. It had what I deem as a melon-like tone. What came to mind was the luscious sweet soft tartness of an optimally matured, yellow meaty Georgia peach. Take a bite or a drawl on the pipe rather and the juicy nectar springs forward in full brilliant character. There was slightly acidic feel but overall, this was classic sugary peach and evocative at that.

Supplementing this forward fruitiness with perfect balance, a rich and spicy vanilla buttercream provided an enhancing compliment that captured the true sugary delight of the elegant dessert. This premier feature of this blend made me want to reach for that noted spoon and not my tamper.

As the top-coating taste steamrolled outward with commanding airs, a steadfast and proud White Burley closed the registration. It came across within the immediate bottom band, reminiscent of my wife’s pecan pie. Namely a full toasted nutty complexion surfaced, delectably ornamented with a sugary mix of karo, brown sugar and molasses accenting; yum! Further highlighted colorization softly projected from the Dark varietal as herbaceous wood.

And last but not least, the generous Cavendish brought together a nice marriage of the assorted flavorings. Possibly a corn-syrup casing had been introduced or the leaf exhibited superior absorption properties (maybe a combination of both) as the recognizable sweetness of the strain bolstered the general flavorsomeness of the presentation. Underneath some ordinary woody zest defined the Cavendish’s principal personality. I did repeatedly record a faint lemony citrus nudging which had to be originating from the Virginia within the mix. Still further, the influence of both on the blend served to magnify the production of massive densely pillowed clouds of rich smoke. Finally, there was a comforting degree relishing pizazz on the retro-hale that is experienced.

Clearly the room note that Peaches & Cream carried is one of its most endearing features. This blend smelled heavenly to be frank. A classy burnished “pipey” quality was blanketed in just a sweet effervescence of sugary fruit confection. So, I don’t care who you are, this one irrefutably tolerable and most pleasant. Incidentally the side stream produced a sweet spicy wood.

Peaches & Cream’s physical attributes were yet another positive observation. The tobaccos ignited easily, seeming to burn fairly cool and level. No harshness nor awkward blending edges were experienced to speak of as the mixture endows an obliging smoke. Actually, Boswell ceases to amaze me on how consistently they demonstrate their mastery of crafting quality aromatics. What else can I tell you, a great all-day venture and most definitely a splendid dessert choice after a hardy meal. God, I’ve made myself hungry after all this food related banter.

One final thought. Practice your piping in moderation but do practice your moderation in a moderate fashion. Do you follow? With that healthy dose of cajoling sarcasm, your smoking pleasure will be appropriately in control. Life is as peachy as you decide it to be, so give this one a try. I do recommend its notable appeal. 3.3 Pipes.
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Reviewed By Date Rating Strength Flavoring Taste Room Note
Nov 25, 2011 Mild Mild Mild Pleasant
I like peach pipe tobaccos. That being said, This blend would be great if had a little more flavor. I'm a big Boswell fan obviously but I think there are a few of their blends that would be much better if there was just more flavor. The flavors that are there are always first class, but I sometimes feel they could be more prominent. This is a good peach flavor and the smoke is cool and the room note is pleasing. I would recommend it as a decent peach blend.
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Reviewed By Date Rating Strength Flavoring Taste Room Note
May 16, 2010 Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant
Maybe I just got a great batch of this stuff because I don't understand the reviews that say they can't taste the peach in this blend. For me, the peach flavor was quite pronounced--not anything like a drug store blend but also not subtle. I actually enjoyed this blend quite a bit.
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Reviewed By Date Rating Strength Flavoring Taste Room Note
Sep 28, 2008 Mild Very Mild Very Mild Very Pleasant
As the other review states, it does need more of a peach flavor punch.Most of the flavor i did get was a somewhat carmel taste with a faint hint of peach now and then.The tobacco I had is a tad wet,but once it's lit tends to stay lit.Doesn't burn hot,no tongue bite no matter how much i puffed, no problems in the smell factor.Nice for someone in search of a real mild tobacco.Could be great if the peach flavor was there.
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Reviewed By Date Rating Strength Flavoring Taste Room Note
May 08, 2008 Mild Mild Medium Pleasant
i just got a shipment of this from Boswell today along with berry cobbler, sweet dreams, and christmas cookie, and I have to say that this is a VERY close second to berry cobbler, which is incredible.

the tobacco itself smells good, but not incredible, and was a little moist, but let it dry a little while, and you'll be set! since it's a little wet, it was hard to light, but once lit, it stays lit. The flavor really kicks in about halfway down the bowl and once it's found, it's peaches and a little cinnamon i believe, very nice...there is a little tobacco flavoring behind it, but the peaches and cinnamon is very nice and is in the forefront.

I'd definitely recommend it.
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