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Aromatic Blend Tobaccos

A secret aromatic blend of 3 different Vanilla tobaccos and 3 different cocoa and chocolate based Flavored Black Cavendish tobaccos. Brown's burns cleanly and has a very pleasant room aroma. This was my private aromatic blend until I started leaving it around for my friends and customers to try ... the rest is history. Brown's is now one of my best selling tobaccos.

Extra starts with a base of Brown's Special Blend with our own house blend of 3 additional Honey Cavendish tobaccos added for an *Extra* sweet smoking experience.

After 2 years in the making we are proud to offer what we and hundreds of other pipe smokers consider the finest vanilla flavoured tobacco on the market. We use an infusing process rather than a simple casing other use. The infusion of vanilla gives a flavor that lasts all the way to the bottom of the bowl and burns much cleaner as well.

Tobacco pipe cleaning, repair, buffing and polishing made easy.

Q: How often should I clean my pipes?
A: Depends on the tobacco you smoke. Pipes used for wet smoking tobaccos, such as aromatics will need to be cleaning more often then pipes used for dry smoking tobaccos such as Virginias and English. This is covered in Lesson One.
Q: Should I clean my pipes when they are hot or cold?
A: Only clean your pipe when it is room temperature. Cleaning a cold or hot pipe could lead to damage. This is covered in Lesson One.
Q: Should I store my pipes with a pipe cleaner in the stem?
A: No. This will slow or inhibit the evaporation of excess moisture in the pipe.
Q: Why does my pipe gurgle?
A: There are many reasons. Improper packing, tobacco that is too moist and mis-drilled airways are some of the many things that will cause this problem. These are all covered in the Bonus Lesson.
Q: Why can't I seem to smoke my pipe to the very bottom of the bowl?
A: Again, there are many reasons. Often times they are the same problems that cause pipes to gurgle. Most commonly it is the lack of a proper "cake" in the bottom of the bowl. This is covered in Lesson Three.
Q: Why does my pipe taste sour?
A: This happens when I pipe hasn't been properly clean for quite some time. Tars and nicotine that has absorbed into the bowl and adhered to the stem are the culprits. This is covered in Lesson Two.