Open to recommendations from the TPL family.
in Tobacco Talk
Hello Pipe and Tobacco Aficionados, hope all is well. In reference to "Tobacco Talk" I was wanting to try a mild menthol pipe tobacco in order to try something different. Not knowing if I would like it of course, however I am seeking suggestions in reference to what pipe tobaccos in this category I should try. It was mentioned to me to try a pipe tobacco called "Frosty Mint" however I needed to be very careful with this tobacco. It has been known to be very strong on the menthol and it would be best to carefully blend this tobacco with another blend. Therefore if anyone out there has tried this tobacco please share your thoughts and if you have mixed this tobacco with another blend(s), which blend did you use and what was the outcome. I thank you and remember, smoke what you like and like what you smoke, take time to contemplate.
Sorry brother, sounds interesting, but never tried it...
Hmm, never had a mint pipe tobacco before. Sorry I can't even comment on this.
I'm an aromatic guy most of the time. I'll partake in a light English blend now and then, but 19 out of 20 bowls are aros.
Always enjoy, but not limited to, blends that have caramels with/and/or rums.
Presently, one of my favorite blends is Tinderbox After Dinner.
Ah, so many blends and so little time...😏
I bought some Mint Tobac several years ago and mixed it with some blend (Sorry I don't remember what it was). The result wasn't very good, but I kept the mint and jarred it. You could try the same thing. I just didn't try any other blends. Who knows I might have found a winner, if I had been persistent.
Hold the phone, I just looked at my jarred tobac and it is menthol not mint. I'm not sure what the difference is. If you would like to try blending it with something, I'd be happy to send you some.
You may want to check this out...
That actually does sound nice for a Christmas blend.
I will repeat my offer to send you some menthol pipe tobac, if you would like to experiment with some blending. You needn't pay me anything for the tobac. I'd just like to see what you mix and how it tastes.