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PRINCE ALBERT - 14oz Can


Your Price: $31.95
Item Number: PA14
In the 1930s Prince Albert became a popular independent brand of pipe tobacco in the United States. It remains one of the America's best selling pipe tobaccos. Prince Albert blend is burley-based, crimp cut, long burning smoking tobacco. Packed in 14 oz. cans to store it for longer time.

pipe tobacco Flavor Index
Strength:
Mild to Medium
Flavoring:
Extremely Mild
Taste:
Mild to Medium
Room Note: Pleasant to Tolerable

Product Reviews

(18 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Mild morning or any time smoke
Br. David West (Abbotsford, BC) 6/26/2014 1:20 AM
This slightly earthy, slightly pungent, mostly mild tobacco, perhaps because of its cut, has become a good friend. I remember when we were kids, we'd phone the local store. "Do you have Prince Albert in a tin?" "Sure do." "Well you better let him out, he can't breathe in there." --click IT, the tobacco, has been around for ever it seems. Still popular. A gentle way to break in a new pipe, or for a new pipe smoker to experiment with. Reliable like an old friend. No wonder Queen Victoria missed him so!
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A good smoke
Arthur La Cues (independence, CA) 6/6/2014 4:27 PM
After trying different domestic and imported brands during the past forty years, I find that Prince Albert and Granger are my favorites. P.A. has a mild and straightforward burley taste and aroma. I smoke it everyday and don"t tire of it. I recommend it to all pipe smokers, beginners and veterans alike!
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Better than smoking lawn grass
Rob (Kennewick, WA) 6/13/2013 9:14 PM
I guess if your outta tobacco in need a fix, this stuff will get you by. If you want a good smoke, don't waste your money one this one! Used to roll my own cigarettes with this stuff 40 years ago and forgot how bad it tasted. Now that I have become a more discriminating in my old age, I realize my error in smoking this garbage. I could be wrong and maybe the tobacco that was made 40 years ago was grown from unpolluted ground. This new stuff must be grown near a sewage treatment plant!