Re: Dunhill light flake
Tom Dailey wrote:
I was down to my last tin of Dunhill light flake, so I called
pipesandcigars.com to order more (it's on their website). I was told that
this tobacco has been discontinued. I have always considered this the best
light-to-medium Virginia flake. Can anyone suggest a substitute?
Iwan Ries' Virginia Flake, Samuel Gawith's Best Brown Flake, McClelland
#22, and Germain's Medium Flake will keep you happy -
Raoul the Recommender
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