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Pipe Tobacco Review: G. L. Pease “Fillmore”

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Searching for an Elizabethan Mixture replacement: G. L. Pease “Fillmore.”
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From the Tin: “A thick-sliced broken flake in the Scottish tradition. Ripe red Virginia tobaccos are combined with a generous measure of fine Louisiana perique, and then pressed to marry the components and deepen the flavors. The cakes are sliced and gently broken before tinning. Fillmore presents an elegant sweetness and delightful piquancy, enhanced by a creamy richness that develops throughout the bowl. Sit back, and enjoy a lovely, leisurely smoke.”

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  1. Is there latakia? I doubt it, but it needs it badly. A healthy amount. My opinion of course

  2. I've haven't smoked much of this blend but I did certainly on two occasions have a passing, fleeting moment where I tasted Latakia. if there is any in there it's almost like it was unintentional. I love this smoke. thanks for another great review video.

  3. Have you tried Rattray's Marlin Flake? I think an aged MF is similar…Mel

  4. Bradley I know you don't go out of your way to age tins. However you may want to stow away some Fillmore for a couple of years. I think your sensitive palate will appreciate the nuanced flavors that develop over time.

  5. Watched my first tobacco review. I just had to find out if Bradley found a Elizabethan replacement.…yet he teases us . Ps nice music.

  6. hey Bradley Excellent Tobacco review of GL pease Fillmore it sounds delightful I like red Virginias I like mc clellend Blackwood's Flake very much I'm interested in trying this Flake and you were saying it rubs out easy and the deep richness in flavor sound wonderful thanks so much for sharing Bradley I hope that this may be your replacement for Elizabethan mixture 👍👍👍👍👍👍☺☺☺☺☺☺ best regards Peter.

  7. Hi Bradley. Can you tell me the differences you find between red & dark VAs. I was told that they both lack the grassy, hay-like flavor found in bright VAs. Russ Quilette also told me that do to different processing, Mclelland's 5100 Red Cake is not a typical "'red VA." Thanks and it seems like your getting closer to that favorite of yours.

  8. Bradley, would you consider doing another review of Elizabethan Mixture? The last one was about 3 years ago and I was wondering if you could do the review in the new format. Also, I was wondering if your review would have changed. Cheers!

  9. I'm glad you've found something that maybe will work for you.
    Cheers Brad

  10. I do love the Pease blends for the most part. Glad you found a strong contender for a go to VaPer. I am surprised no McClelland has risen to the top in your search. They do top notch Reds IMO. But I know their cut is not your cup of tea.

  11. New to the channel and a big fan. Pipes, notebooks, boots – this channel is like a summer home. At any rate, thank you for such great content and delivery.

  12. Fantastic information as well as an unpretentious style of delivery. My favorite pipe YouTuber

  13. Sounds like a tasty blend!  Wasn't it Dirty Harry who had a little trouble in the Fillmore district………… Can't resist a movie reference.  Great review as usual, take care!

  14. I enjoyed this review a your delivery. May your pipe be always full and your matches always dry

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