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Pipe Tobacco Review: Bengal Slices

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“The Celebrated” Bengal Slices.
A crumble cake made of Cyprian Latakia, outstanding Orientals, Bright Virginia, and a touch of Black Cavendish, finished with a subtle top note.

Good stuff!!!

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13 Comments

  1. Nice review! I loved the intense intro too! 😂 I've had my eyes on Bengal Slices for a long time but it's so dang hard to catch in stock. Does that top note leave any kind of ghost in your pipe?

  2. I really like the tin art and the incense smell and taste , I like it ever now and then but not everyday great review Justen keep on choochin

  3. I like the crumble cake presentation also, kinda like Plum Pudding!

  4. Nice review, bud, and I agree that the tin art is first-rate with Bengal Slices. I like the name too. Unfortunately I didn't care too much for the few bowls I smoked. I do plan to give it a smokeback a few times over the coming years because my tastes change. Take care, dude

  5. Man, you really made this blend sound amazing. Now I'm going to have to find it and get some.
    Great review brother, and I agree, reviews are opinions.

  6. I'm glad you mentioned the tin art. I think the visual presentation of the tin is relevant; we seee the tin and it helps to set the moods before we open it, smell the tobacco and get ready to taste it. The same as presentation is important to food,

    I tried Bengal Slices about a year ago when I was really new to pipe smoking. I loved the incense smell and taste and thought it very different than the other blends labelled English.

    Thanks for the review, Justen 🙂

  7. I tried this about a year ago and didn't care for it so I put it down for a nap. I'll probably revisit it in a couple of years. Thanks for your thoughts on it. Take care.–E

  8. Nice review bud. That's how I look at it when I'm watching a review or doing one is it's the individuals opinion on that blend. I tend to like things others dislike or visa versa but one thing reviews do for us is give us a look at the blend and what's in it. Thanks for showing me this one as I haven't seen inside a tin of Bengal Slices before. Keep that Smoke Rollin brother.

  9. Your sincere, easy-going delivery lends itself to a mighty fine preacher’s voice. Thanks so much for the informative review!

  10. This is one Tobacco that I have been wanting to try and just haven’t been able to find it. In a shop . Sooner or later I will get a tin . Good job and Thanks for Sharing..

  11. You're absolutely right, reviews are just our opinions because it's subjective. Well done for a first.

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