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Notes: Swedens foremost pipe tobacco with a clean taste and sweetness from the tobacco itself. No artificial fooling around allowed in these pouches. Can easily be smoked with great pleasure occasionally or for, as many Swedes do, a lifetime. The Grev Hamilton Blandning has been sold since 1924.

BrandScandinavian Tobacco Group (STG)
Manufactured BySt-Group Assens
Blend TypeVirginia Based
ContentsBlack Cavendish, Burley, Virginia
Packaging50 grams pouch
ProductionCurrently available
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Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium Mild Medium Very Pleasant

This tobacco is a holy thing here in sweden. Everyone you speak to about pipesmoking (in sweden) young or old is gonna tell you to buy and try this pipetobacco - Greve Gilbert Hamiltons blandning. And why is that you might ask? The answer is...tradition! Yes, tradition. Your grandads dad smoked this when it came out 1924 and his son after him and the sonson and now you have bought your first 300kr pipe and a pouch of "the Count". You pack your pipe real bad the first time and put a match to it and inhale forgives you for how bad you´ve packed the pipe. It burns quite well and doesn´t need to be relit most of the times. Thats why it is good starter for any "pipenoob". I did this trial and it took me...8 years to admit to myself that this is what a genuine pipetobacco should be.

After this i jumped on the Aromatics line and for a while i liked them better than the regular blends. But now i´m back where it all begun. Enough about me...

I like this tobacco in all ways, except the taste. I find it to be little cigarett-feeling about it. Maybe it is just me or the fine cut the tobacco is cut in. I love the roomnote, that is the best about it. Second comes the smell of the baccy itself and the looks of it. If only the taste would be more like "round" and not so sharp i could have smoked this more often. I can bite you if you´re not careful (i seem to puff to heavy).

I think this tobacco has been "sold out" a bit too much. It deserves a higher place than a simple supermarket tobacco. This is a classic and i will puff it between my other blends that i have just to remind myself how a "cheap*-gasstation-sold-in- wending-machines-tobacco" can taste so much of tradition.

*= Tobacco in Sweden isn´t cheap at all.

11 people found this review helpful.

JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (3022)
Mild to Medium Very Mild Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

The Virginia offers tart citrus, a lot of grass and hay, a touch of earth, wood, floralness and a couple pinches of spice as the lead component. The lightly sugary black cavendish is unsweetened, and has a little creaminess as a condiment. The burleys are nutty sweet, toasty, earthy and woody as a secondary player. One of them appears to be mild dark-fired Kentucky, resulting in some woody, earthy, herbal, floral, vegetative spiciness that is partially in the room note, too. I think there's a touch of floral, spicy, herbal, vegetative, woody, earthy, sour Oriental in here, too, which is more obvious in a wider chambered pipe. They claim there's no topping, but I detect one that seems to be mildly fruity with a drop of caramel, though the latter may possibly come from the black cavendish. The mild fruit could come from a little stoved Virginia. In some ways, it reminds me of a slightly less complex Sail Yellow with a little lighter spice content. The strength is a couple of steps past the center of mild to medium. The taste is medium. The nic-hit is just a shade stronger than the strength level. The tobaccos are thinly cut, so it burns rather quickly, and needs to be sipped to avoid potential harshness and cigarette notes, and possible tongue bite. Has a clean, very consistent taste, and barely leaves any moisture in the bowl. Requires few relights. I found it does better in a medium size bowl, though a small bowl will do. The lightly lingering after taste is pleasant, while the room note is a little woody, and may be too strong for the ladies, but it's not pungently bothersome. Two and a half stars.


10 people found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium to Strong Very Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

This is the tobacco for the connoisseur pipesmokers that doesn't enjoy flavoured, vanilla-, fig- and molasses-tasting and spiced tobacco at all.

The main ingredients in Greve Hamiltons Blandning are Virginia tobacco mixed with some Burley tobacco but also a little bit of Oriental tobacco are included. Most of the tobaccos are air-cured but even dark-fired and flue-cured tobaccos are ingredients in this mixture.

The taste is outstanding and smooth and very pleasant, from the tobaccos natural sweetnesses, but can burn your tonguge, like most Virginia tobaccos, if smoked too hasty. Preferably Greve Hamiltons Blandning should be smoked in a clean, small bowl pipe as it used to, when this tobacco was introduced on the market in 1924. It then burns quite slowly, when you sip your pipe gently, and your pipe will not become too hot. Greve Hamiltons Blandning will then certainly give the smoker a great feeling of satisfaction. Even the smoker's non smoking wife or hubby will enjoy the very pleasant smell that appears when it's smoked with care.

When finished, the remains are just grey ashes and your pipe will be easily cleaned afterwards, because there are no sugar added at all.

I love it! Highly recommended!

7 people found this review helpful.

Sybariten Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Sybariten (61)
Medium to Strong Medium Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Update: I have been jumping back and forth with this one, trying to place why I like it. It tastes OTC, hardly a premium blend, but that actually works in it's favour. I think I will use this as a measure of standard, a pallette cleanser - it resets my senses and allows me to enjoy what makes a premium tobacco just that. It does remind me a bit (just a bit, mind you) of cigarettes. I used to smoke cigarettes years ago so to me it brings forth nostalgia as well. So, although it might seem strange I have simultaneously found what I like about it and why others might not. I am hereby demoting this to two stars, even though my personal opinion of it has not changed.

I expected this to be bad, on par with Borkum Riff, but it really isn't. A swedish classic, (alleged) favourite of legendary swedish singer Peps Persson among others, this one is actually quite good. Sure, it bites if one is not careful - but treated with respect it burns nicely and offers up a lot of flavour. Try it if you can, if nothing else just for the sake of sampling history.

Taste: What is this flavour I get from it? It is sweet and somehow artificial. I would say that there is a splash of alcohol added (cognac?), but I can not really say for sure. The individual components are balanced to the point where I can't tell them apart, but there sure seems to be more burley than virginia at play here. The casing reminds me of War horse by Standard Tobacco Company of Pennsylvania, actually they are quite similar and I really enjoy that. War horse is deeper though, and more flavourful. This one also reminds me of Half & Half or just OTC in general, but with some serious pepper to it. . It's not bad, just not what I want all the time. It's a matter of pairing I guess, this one goes great with coffee.

Mechanics: Ribbon cut, needs some drying but not much. Easily turns hot and at that point it will bite. Medium to strong nicotine.

Similar Blends: Standard Tobacco Company of Pennsylvania - War Horse Ready Cut.

6 people found this review helpful.

Dubinthedam Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Dubinthedam (133)
Mild Mild Mild Pleasant

I got a packet sent from a friend in Sweden. I regret this is not sold abroad. Solid tobacco that with hints of fruit and a savory touch that tastes like pepper or clove. I loved the stuff, never tried anything else like it, it could be classed as a semi aromatic or a non aromatic, quality all day packet blend, not too sweet, not too cased. Top stuff.

5 people found this review helpful.

North State Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
North State (72)
Mild to Medium None Detected Mild to Medium Strong

I had very high hopes for Hamilton's, knowing that it is the most popular brand of pipe tobacco in Sweden (and has been for decades); but boy, were those hopes dashed! And I mean like sledgehammer-dashed. Seriously? This? If this is indeed the No. 1 brand in Sweden it can only be for reasons of nostalgia and tradition and nothing else. "My father and grandfather did their business in a wooden outhouse, so I too will do my business in a wooden outhouse!"

First of all, it's not even easy to write a review of Hamilton's because in order to do so one would need to smoke some of it first and Eight relights per bowl is nothing unusual, and there seems to be a fine line between puffing like a loco and the pipe going out completely. The taste and consistency is... As if, at the end of the day at the tobacconist's, after all the cheapest and nastiest brands have been cut and packed, the floor was swept and the dregs packed in pouches of Hamilton. It's also by far the dirtiest tobacco I have ever had, the pipe keeps popping and gurgling as you smoke it, takes about twice the time to clean because of all the nasty black goo and soot left behind, and two cleaners used is pretty much the minimum as the first one will be soaking wet and covered in the aforementioned black goo after being pulled through the stem.

Never again anywhere near my pipes. If I'm somewhere in the middle of nowhere sometime and find a small kiosk there and the only brand they have available is Greve Hamilton Blandning, I will seriously consider trying to do without my pipe for a few days.

Pipe Used: various

Age When Smoked: Fresh from pouch

Purchased From: Viking Line ferry

4 people found this review helpful.

fr_tom Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
fr_tom (393)
Mild to Medium None Detected Mild to Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

The pouch note is fruit, and there are narrow long(ish) ribbons of yellows and browns. The description says black cavendish, but the darkest of the ribbons do not seem to be black cavendish.

I tried smoking this in a few pipes - group 2 prince, a medium billiard, and a large pot. The best flavors were in the pot, so I dedicated that pipe to Greve Hamilton for the rest of the pouch.

Smoked I get a VaBur on the Va end of the spectrum. There is a bright virginia zest and some grass. I taste some spicy oriental and some Kentucky provides a mild pepper and bumps the strength to the medium end of the mild-> medium range. There is a slight sweet that tastes like red Virginia and I think that is what the darkest of the ribbons really are (and not black cavendish). The smoking experience reminds me a little of Chestnut, although Chestnut has latakia, so a different taste profile.

This is a great smoke and not available in the US, so I am unlikely to smoke more of it. I am glad to have had the experience. I can understand that it is popular in Sweden.

Don't try this hoping for a lot of "wow." It is a solid smoke though.

4 people found this review helpful.

Clamarnicale Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Clamarnicale (9)
Medium None Detected Mild to Medium Pleasant

This Swedish classic is nothing to write home about, but it's a decent smoke all the same. It has been the most popular pipe tobacco in Sweden for many decades, but I'd say that's mostly due to its availability (if the local kiosk or petrol station has any pipe tobacco at all, it's likely to be this) and the low price (though compared to most other nations any tobacco in Sweden will be expensive).

If you're in in the Swedish countryside/small town and can't get anything else except possibly Borkum Riff or Calmar Nyckel, this is your best shot. The taste is mild to medium, and the grassy, somewhat citrusy Virginias delivers most of it. It burns well, it won't give you tongue bite, but it can be a little on the cigarette side of things, especially if you puff too hard. But it's fairly forgiving and I think that's also a reason for its success.

The cut is very fine, the room note is pleasant. As it's a pouch tobacco, it will be a bit on the dry side. The nicotine level is medium.

3 people found this review helpful.

TallPuffO'Burley Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
TallPuffO'Burley (632)
Medium None Detected Mild to Medium Tolerable

I was fortunate enough to have a forum friend in Sweden send me a pouch of this with the explicit instructions to reach into my memory banks of tobaccos I have tried to pick something that is similar. I was not alone in this experiment as I was joined by some others, a few of which had much broader tasting experience than myself.

I was unsuccessful at matching it to anything that I have tasted and the most likely reason is that it really wasn't much to my liking. I found the first half of the smoke to be very cigarette like and a little on the sour side. At the halfway point there seemed to develop a bit of an earthy burley taste in the background and I started to enjoy it more.

Even as it grew on me a bit, I never really could say that I liked it. Nor did I ever fully enjoy it. I did find it to be tastier in wider bowled pipes and my favorite smoke came in an old Mastercraft pot. II also enjoyed it in a pipestone rockcob.

I will say that it is different and this can be good for a change up, but it is not one that I would reach for again.

3 people found this review helpful.

Berthold Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Berthold (4)
Strong None Detected Overwhelming Strong

This is the most common pipe tobacco in Sweden, sold in all supermarkets and convenience stores. I started smoking pipes with this blend, but I soon gave it up for more pleasant brands. I did buy a bag just the other day out of curiosity and this is what I found:

The taste is very harsh with little actual tobacco flavour. Fair amount of nicotine but nowhere near Dunhill Nightcap. It will cause tonguebite unless smoked very carefully or with a filtered pipe. I dont consider myself a lightweight and I enjoy full strength tobaccoes, sometimes I even smoke pure latakia, but this is just awful in every way.

To sum it up in an elegant and artisctic manner; smoking Hamilton is like inhaling exhaust fumes with a slight aroma of old boots and potato peels.

Pipe Used: Peterson Dunmore, MM Legend

Age When Smoked: fresh

Purchased From: ICA Maxi

3 people found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium to Strong None Detected Full Pleasant to Tolerable

Probably my favourite tobacco of all time. It has a simplicity that makes it almost impossible to get tired of. It's clean, strong and full bodied. Amazing. I started my life as a pipe smoker with this 15 years ago and wish I wouldn't have been lead astray and smoked roll ups for the following 14 years. It's a shame it's so hard to find outside Sweden. If I still lived back home I would smoke this everyday for sure now when I'm a pipe smoker again. The best substitute I have found so far is Peterson - Irish Oak, but if anyone have found something more similar please let me know.

3 people found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium to Strong Mild Medium Pleasant

my first (pipe) tobacco. i'd always enjoyed the room note with its lovely smell of baked apples, and when my mentor gave me a pipe, matches and a pouch of "the count", i really looked forward to tasting the same notes. i didn't, of course, untill much later, as it's a quite powerfull tobacco, with a rather dominating share of kentucky right next to its virginia base. i'm not sure i recognize any cavendish here, but it may be responsible for the flavourings?

it smokes quite fast if you're not carefull, and invariably ends up wet in larger pipes. relights are quite unpleasant. ergo: smoke only small pipefulls. quite strong as it is, you won't need more, anyway. i like it quite well, as it's a reasonably honest and straightforward blend, but i may be partly influenced by nostalgia, too.

the brand is Swedish Match, but it's being produced by Orlik. i see no difference between today's count and the one i tried 27 years ago. still quite strong, flavoured with apple juice and other stuff - and really a quite decent smoke. recommended if you're in Sweden and low on the real stuff (like, say, walnut flake).

3 people found this review helpful.

MikeHaggarKJ Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
MikeHaggarKJ (22)
Medium to Strong None Detected Mild to Medium Tolerable

This is an interesting blend, and not a bad one by OTC pipe tobacco standards. Beats Borkum Riff and Caravelle (other swedish OTCs) by a large margin. It's quite strong, but lacks body/feel and complexity in flavour. Packs a fair nicotine hit. Best description I can conjure up is like a cigarette with a little bit more pure citrusy virginia taste. Tin note is fantastic and natural, hay-like VA smell with no added sweetness. I sometimes let anti-tobacco fascists smell it telling them it's herbal tea, and the reaction is always "oh my god that smells fantastic". And then they get shocked when they find out it's tobacco. People who think that tobacco leaf smells like cigarette smoke should be brutally shot in the head as far as I'm concerned, that kind off stupidity should be banned from the earth. This tobacco makes it easy to determine who to execute.

2 people found this review helpful.

Philo Beddoe Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Philo Beddoe (221)
Mild Very Mild Mild Pleasant to Tolerable

I received this from a friend in Finland, he told me what others below have noted, that this blend is the OTC staple in Sweden and very popular in Finland as well. Now then, I found it to be rather sweet and citrusy. I got a taste that was similar to the taste left in your mouth after drinking a glass of Sunny Delight orange juice beverage. The Virginias are very dominant, with this sweet citrusy overtone, there is also a slight black pepper taste that comes and goes throughout the bowl. The addition of Dark Fired Burley gives it a little more heft than a straight Va.. I agree with Jiminks, that this is quite similar to Sail Yellow, but more tobacco forward and less topping.

Pipe Used: Peterson meerschaum and CAO meerschaum

Age When Smoked: Fresh

Purchased From: Finland OTC

Similar Blends: Sail Yellow.

2 people found this review helpful.

HPFlashman Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
HPFlashman (9)
Mild to Medium None Detected Medium Unnoticeable

Picked up a pouch on a whim, when I was in Sweden last time. I make a habit of buying a pouch of OTC non chased tobaccos where ever I get the chance, when I travel and have so forth not been disapointed. Not this time either, a good tasteful smoke with hints of some sweetness. Packs and lights easily, burns the same. My pouch was rather dry when bought, but that I am somewhat particular to anyway.

Pipe Used: Diverse variants, most happy with tall billiards

Age When Smoked: ?

Purchased From: Godisfabrikken, Charlottenberg

2 people found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium to Strong Medium to Strong Medium to Full Strong

This is where it all started in 1964, I got my first pipe and a punch of Greve Gilbert Hamilton, a sun of a gun in its time.

Invented from the biginning by a Curnel in the cavalry, but made and sold by the Swedish Tobacco from 1924 and even today 2009 09.

It´s a fincut tobacco, almost cigaretcut. Burns to fast and becoms very hot and strong in a big bowl pipe and should only be smoked in a pipe with a wery small hole. It´s made by virginia, burley, lakartia and some seckret addings.

This is a tobacco I never will forget, and I use it as a reference for all other tobacco Excuse my bad English, I´m not born in England !! /ThomK in Sweden.

2 people found this review helpful.

Cartman Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Cartman (1)
Mild to Medium None Detected Extremely Mild (Flat) Tolerable

Won't stay lit, no flavor at all. Cheap tabacco that you'll find everywhere if you're out of tabacco and desperately need some. It's the blandest tabacco i ever tried.

Pipe Used: Chacom Billiard

1 person found this review helpful.

Robin Söderström Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Robin Söderström (6)
Medium to Strong None Detected Very Full Strong

My first proper blend, a rather hard blend, sweet chocolate pouch note, with a kind of orange tint to the tobacco, i always associate it with metal work, so i Always describe the taste as "birch wood, cutting compound and blacksmith's shop" To be respected as the blend can bite beginners

Pipe Used: Hilson mondial 360

Age When Smoked: Semi fresh

Purchased From: Crummy gas station

1 person found this review helpful.

CatGat Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
CatGat (4)
Medium Mild Medium Tolerable

This blend is what people often associate with pipe smoking in Sweden. Most pipesters there have probably tried it or heard about it at some point. The availability probably contributes to that: any establishment which sells tobacco, will be 99% guaranteed to keep some pouches of Greve Hamilton. The contents of one pouch is akin to what I would call a shag cut, resembling the roll-your-own tobacco I once bought when I first started out. Not too sure about what it smells like, but it is not unpleasant at all.

As for smoking, it was less pleasant. Easy to light for me, mostly due to the fine cut. But the cut also seem to make this burn a bit too fast for my liking. The taste is fine; mostly grassy (virginias).

Puff too fast, however, and you might suspect someone snatched your pipe out of your mouth and swiftly replaced it with a cigarette without you seeing it happen. I found it slightly hard to moderate pace without either pretending I was actually a steamboat going at full speed, or letting the pipe pretty much go out.

To be fair, though: if you, at any point in your life, find yourself limited to smoking one of the common Swedish OTC's, this one is the best bet. At least the taste is palatable, especially in comparison to some of the other options in that category...

Pipe Used: Cheap "basket" pipe

Age When Smoked: Smoked fresh

1 person found this review helpful. Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note (2)
Mild None Detected Mild to Medium Pleasant

Basic tobacco whit no extra flavoring, easy for beginners. Bit boring but easy to smoke. Wont buy again. Got it from taxfree shop cheaply and wanted to try.

Pipe Used: Corn cob

1 person found this review helpful.

Brukspatron Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Brukspatron (14)
Mild to Medium None Detected Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

Sweet with a little fig like flavor in the mix. Leaving a wonderful fragrance in the room which smoked in. This mixture is a true Swedish classic

Pipe Used: Smaller pipe bowl recommended

1 person found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium Medium Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

can give a little tongue bite from time to time...

1 person found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium to Strong Medium Full Tolerable

Update for being fair. I added an extra star. But anyway I don´t recommend this. (It´s just that I don´t find it correct to go ahead and give bad judgement on something I wouldn´t ever like, and also only tried once).


This is not for me! Since I´m quite new to this thing with smoking pipe I couldn´t recommend it to beginners. I do prefer mild to extremely mild tobaccos/aromatics and this is certainly not one of thoose.

1 person found this review helpful.

FALCON Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Medium to Strong Medium Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

My grandfathers tobacco for me this smells granpa smoking pipe makes me go memory lane 28 years a go he died.but theres many better tobaccos out there.i not buying again sorry granpa.(this is in sweden nr 1 grocerystore tobacco nr 2 is caravelle nr 3 borkum riff thats what you find in a groserystore in sweden you have to pay 20 usd for this in a us a groserystore blend cost i only order my tobaccos from us where you got fine tin and bulk tobaccos for 5-10usd.)

1 person found this review helpful.

orka Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
orka (66)
Mild to Medium Mild Mild Tolerable

I have no real nostalgic attachment to "the Count", other than a vague memory of dabbling with it, and Caravelle (a terrible rumflavoured monstrosity), many many years ago when I was just starting smoking. If I remember correctly, it didn't really strike any chords with me back then, and I can't say that it did now with the pouch I got a week ago or so, either.

If there's anything positive to be said about GGHB, then I suppose it is that it's at least somewhat passable all things considered.

Pretty good nicotine hit, though. Aroma is quite sweet, and a decent, but not remarkable body and taste. It is however quick to burn the tongue and gurgle if not smoked carefully. Absolutely nothing to fret about that this is not easily obtainable, there are literally hundreds of other blends that blows this this out of the water without even trying.

But, if you absolutely must have a smoke, and there's nothing else available, then I suppose it's at least marginally better than shredded garbage. Personally, I think I'd rather give up smoking altogether if GGHB was the only choice.

Not recommended. There's no excuse to smoke this when there are so many other good blends available, even in the cold and harsh anti-tobacco climate of Sweden.

Age When Smoked: Fresh.

Purchased From: Supermarket.

1 person found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Very Mild Very Mild Very Mild Tolerable

NOT Recommended not even worth the money , only smoke if you don't have anything ells , very poor taste

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Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium Medium to Strong Medium Tolerable

Have smoked and really enjoyed GGHB for 20+ years, but not any more. Since 01-01-2011 the EU requires pipe smoking tobacco to be more coarse cut (min 1.5 mm wide) and the manufacturer - Swedish Match (SM) - has complied. I wouldn't be concerned by this alone but it appears that SM has also changed the flavor. When opening the pouch there is an apparent 'fruity' scent and, in the hand, moist is more noticeable. My first impression wasn't GGHB at all, but cherry or vanilla flavored Borkum Riff (me not like). To add to the disappointment the tobacco now burns differently, probably because of the coarse EU-cut, so the slow, relaxed smoking style has become memory. A truly sad result from 'product development'.

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