Chieftain Stormy Skye Pipe Tobacco 50g Tin-5 x 50g Tin

Chieftain Stormy Skye Pipe Tobacco 50g Tin-5 x 50g Tin

Chieftain Stormy Skye Pipe Tobacco 50g Tin-5 x 50g Tin

Chieftain is a new name for lovers of British pipe tobacco.

Chieftain Stormy Sky is a savoury blend of Virginia and Burley leaf with a velvet Black Cavendish. Aged in whisky barrels for exactly one month, this mixture is ideal for enjoying on a rainy day as it smokes smooth and heralds a marvellous aroma of tropical fruits and hickory nuts.

Following months of trial and testing with the blending team at Kohlhase and Kopp, the makers of Charatan, Ashton, Rattrays and Robert McConnell pipe tobaccos they set out to achieve traditional British blends using only their very best pipe tobacco.

The result is Chieftain. We believe that Chieftain will, in a short time, become a much loved pipe tobacco blend for the pipe smokers of the UK. The names of each blend will commemorate many historical roles of Scottish heritage. On each tin you will find a Lion Rampant, to complement the Unicorn found on their sister brand Charatan pipe tobacco. The Lion and the Unicorn are symbolic, appearing on the full royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom.

From the Blacksmiths Blend to commemorate the famous Scottish “anvil priests” at Gretna Green who can conduct marriage ceremonies; to Roberts Mixture commemorating two of Scotland’s most famous sons, Robert the Bruce and Robert Burns; to Shipwrights Mixture – a nod to the world – famous Clyde Shipbuilding in Glasgow; to Stormy Skye where Bonnie Prince Charlie fled to South Uist with the help of Flora MacDonald; to Lazy Day – a guilty pleasure to which many of us aspire

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