Fribourg and Treyer

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Fribourg and Treyer

Post by arank87 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:14 pm

I’m really enjoying Blackjack. Nice, natural Virginia flavor. Anyone else have a F&T blend they really like? Anyone have any history to share?
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Re: Fribourg and Treyer

Post by Steverino » Sun Nov 10, 2019 11:25 pm

I have smoked Cut Virginia Plug, Special Brown Flake and Vintage Flake. They were all good but Vintage was excellent. One of the sweetest tobaccos I've smoked. I may buy some more eventually; other blends have had priority. Which, by the way, are not sweet blends.
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Re: Fribourg and Treyer

Post by sweetandsour » Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:13 am

Blackjack has grown on me; it's a good smoke, for my tastes, its much better in small bowls, smoked slowly. Like Steverino said, it's not in my current rotation. But his comments on the Vintage Flake are interesting.
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