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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
Mild to Medium
Extremely Mild
Mild to Medium
Room Note: Pleasant to Tolerable

Product Reviews

(20 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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!
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!
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!