Posts Tagged ‘dunhill

13
May
13

And now we wait

The 1923 and 1933 Dunhill root briar’s that I found recently at an estate sale were finally packed up this morning and are on their way to Tim West via USPS. These pipes were definitely the single best estates I’ve ever come across, and I am anxiously awaiting their return in a much improved state. In my typical fashion, I’m sure I’ll end up smoking english blends in these english pipes, but the big question is which blend? I may have to crack one of my aged Dunhill tins to celebrate their return.

You may remember the freehand pipe in the photo being the Ben Wade that I sold off on ebay to pay for the refurb of the Dunhills.

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24
Sep
09

Dunhill tobacco is coming back

…supposedly. I can’t 100% confirm what I’ve heard, but I’ve been informed that Dunhill pipe tobacco blends are going to be produced again, and will be available within the next month or so. Again, I can’t promise this is going to happen, but credible sources have told me this, and I’ve also seen a few mentions of it around some web forums.

I’ve got a tin of Standard Mixture Medium aging, but I may open it once I see these tobaccos resurface. So, you collector’s out there may want to dust off your cellared tins and make a few bucks on them before it all comes back. Then again, I don’t know who is going to produce it, and if the quality will be the same. Here’s to looking forward to finally trying some Early Morning Pipe!




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