Peterson Pipe Tobacco
Early Morning Pipe
Peterson is considered a standard of measure for what a light English blend should be by a large number of experienced pipers. The flavor is sour, sweet, and tangy more than smoky. Because of the balance of the constituent tobaccos, the smoker is able to discern subtle flavors.
Dunhill's Elizabethan combines pressed, darkened Virginias with a dose of perique (all ribbon-cut) to create an easy-to-enjoy blend with a tangy character and a bit of pepper spice.
Description from old Dunhill store catalogs: Flake (aka Light Flake): This ‘processed’ Virginia is a cut flake of medium strength, very cool, and has a pleasant, slightly sweet flavor and aroma (1959) [Lemon and Bronze Virginias, ideal for sportsmen - 1985].
Peterson's My Mixture 965 is for the connoisseurs of full-bodied tobacco. Choicest small latakia imparts a rich nutty flavor and coolness. Macedonia bright is added for sweetness. Brown cavendish completes this blend beloved by English mixture aficionados.
De Luxe Navy Rolls
De Luxe Navy Rolls are made in Denmark using hand-stripped Virginia tobaccos from Brazil and Africa, married with perique from Louisiana. This recipe produces an aromatic smoke with natural tobacco flavors and lovely, sweet notes.
A rich blend of Virginia, Oriental, and Latakia tobaccos, intended to be smoked late in the day. It's a smoky, delightfully satisfying mixture, with a hint of Perique added to enhance the bouquet.
The Royal Yacht
Truly a luxurious tobacco. Virginias are carefully conditioned to ensure sweetness. They are added to rich, heavier and cooler Virginias. A unique flavor is added to the final blend to enhance the subtle and piquant aroma.
This excellent mixture is a blend of first choice Virginia, burley and black cavendish. A promise for a unique smoking experience which is crowned by a wonderful amaretto aroma.
Peterson Sweet Killarney is a full-tasting and very sweet aromatic. This tobacco should be smoked slowly and is best enjoyed by someone who appreciates a caramel cream melting on your tongue--both the smell and the taste will remind you of eating that milky brown candy.