If you've been wary of this blend, just pick up a pack and try it. The aroma did not translate into taste. Mild to Medium Very Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant The Prince Albert in the can joke is older than I am. Whatever the ingredients, Prince Albert is a fine pipe tobacco. So I am always willing to try something new. The after taste is pleasant as well.
The Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada was founded in 1908 and is still in business today. Burley and Cavendish at its simplistic best. Pipe Used: Briar Age When Smoked: 1 Week Purchased From: Anywhere That Sells Cigarettes 4 people found this review helpful. Pack light, keep the fire stoked, and it doesn't burn the tongue. Upgrading to 3 stars and will continue to work with it.
If smoked slow and cool, you will be rewarded with a slightly sweet, nutty flavor, typical of a burley tobacco, fast and hot, the burley bitters. The falvor is just good, nutty, slightly sweet burley. It actually tastes like wet mulch or straw. Little dry and slightly nutty. It's not unusual for others around me to recognize the fragrance when I'm smoking it - very often they will associate it with 'ol grandad, who must have burned it without pause or change. It has good smoke volume; good body, or depth of character; medium strength; good flavor; dry smoke and no bite. I also already have a few ideas for a couple blends I'm going to play with that will be fun but some deep thought will need to go into that cause this stuff has some serious potential in regards to blending.
The flavor isn't bad, there's just not much of it, which isn't really a surprise from an all-Burley tobacco. No, it's not the best burley blend but will I buy it again? I can't think of any better way to get started in the hobby of pipe smoking than this. Of course in doing so I was bound to run into Prince Albert at some point. In some cases this can identify its age, but be cautious. I had to wait till I was back in the States, though, since I cannot buy it here in Germany. The Prince Albert process developed by a German scientist was introduced to the pipe smoker in 1907 by the R.
Hours of Operation: Our website is always open and you can place an order at any time. Packing: Can be packed into any size bowl just by putting the pipe into the pouch and feeding with one finger. I enjoy a pipeful of Prince Albert while camping, or in the great outdoors. Prince Albert cigars are plastic tip cigars that ensure a clean draw and a smooth smoke. With The Prince, I know I can expect a decent half hour out of each fill, not feel wobbly from the nicotine but still get a pleasant perk-up, not worry excessively about overpuffing and getting my tongue bit, and not drive the neighbors to take up a petition against me. Never tried it before, and since the selection was limited, I bought it, with my usual open mind towards a new tobacco.
This is about as plain Jane as it gets with tobacco. Purchased From: Grocery store 8 people found this review helpful. Even though a corncob pipe does get better after you smoke it for a time, it'll still smoke great from the first bowl. Good, basic, all day smoke. For Americans, who are accustomed to Burley in their cigarettes, Prince Albert may also be a great transition for those who wish to become 'pipe only' smokers. The cone-top can allowed beer bottlers to retain their old bottling equipment. When Camels were introduced by R.
I felt it was slightly harsh and slightly bitter. It has a mildly sweet smell and faint chocolate to it, and that's about it. Now just sit back and enjoy your smoke. I was wanting to try another of the classic American burleys, and of course there's the joke. Often overlooked because it is not trendy enough for some.
One simply has to touch the flame to the tobacco, and it lights instantly and fully. Now mind you, it is strong, so if you are not used to a light buzz, then sit down! And that's all you need to know. This one was billed as a good classic mainstay and so I was intrigued. Match clothing, furniture, table settings, automobile make, and slogans ex. Side note My grandfather and great-grandfather both smoked this in the past 1920s to 1960s.
Don't worry about a charring light either. Tobacco tins carry all kinds of terms like plug-cut, cube-cut, cross-cut, roll-cut, crimp-cut, rubbed, and more. Mild to Medium Mild Mild Pleasant I received a gift of 4+ oz. It hasn't been around for so long for no good reason. It packs easily, lights easily, stays lit well, puts out clouds of smoke without having to suck up and has an acceptable room aroma. Two and a half stars for the Prince. A little history here before we begin.
Smokers new to it should try it in a cob first. Prince Albert Cigars are , American cigarillos constructed from fine pipe tobacco. Pipe Used: Cob used for Burleys 2 people found this review helpful. Simple Burley blend with simple Burley taste. Mild Very Mild Very Mild Pleasant to Tolerable Nothing fancy here. Don't worry about breaking in the pipe by alternating half and full bowls either. Mild to Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant Prince Albert is an old standard Burley-based pipe tobacco.