Once again, for newcomers, and for any aromatic smoker who hasn't tried it....
Our own @Ghostsofpompeii is always coming up with a new combination of tobacco blends. He's even into "stacking" (packing layers of different blends/flavors in one bowl).
In my humble opinion, this is his finest creation: Mrs. Hudson's 221B Bakery Street Blend
Sherlock Holmes probably smoked a strong English blend. Naming a sweet aromatic after him would be inappropriate and ungentlemanly. The name "Mrs. Hudson’s" is a reference to Sherlock Holmes' landlady.
Mrs. Hudson’s 221B Bakery Street Blend is made from Sutliff bulk tobaccos, sold by the ounce, and blended together as follows:
Three parts (or 3 oz.) Sutliff Vanilla Custard
Two parts (or 2 oz.) Sutliff Chocolate Mousse
One part (or 1 oz.) Sutliff Crème Brulee
Some folks substitute one part (or 1 oz.) Sutliff Private Stock Molto Dolce (tin) for the very similar Creme Brûlée.
Historical note: The original recipe called for “….a pinch or two of Sutliff Irish Creme.” @Ghostsofpompeii confirms it may be omitted without harming the blend.
Mrs. Hudson's 221B Bakery Street Blend — easy to light and keep lit, great taste, great room note; no bite, no goop, and no negative ghosting.