I've come to think of Sutliff Tobacco Company Virginia Slices 507-C as a good pipe tobacco available at a great price. Sure, there are richer, more nuanced Virginias available on the market, but as an everyday pipe tobacco, the 507-C works very nicely. As I've only had this one fresh, I am wondering how 507-C ages? Does it develop sweeter and richer flavors over the years? Is anyone cellaring the 507-C as an alternative to Dunhill Flake?
Post by truculentfrogs on Apr 4, 2018 16:24:38 GMT -5
I like and smoke it. Price is very reasonable. Have some jarred with 6 months, so can't comment on aging this. I find it much milder than Dunhill flake and have never thought of the two in the same terms.