Peterson Sherlock Holmes
Peterson Sherlock Holmes pipe tobacco is an aromatic blend of orange and red smoking leaf, Brazilian burley and Virginia Mysore Indian tobacco. These leaves are blended together to best reflect the tobacco that the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes smoked in Arthur Conan Doyle's famous Novels. Flavoured with plenty of fruit and citrus this is a great example of a contemporary take on his tobacco.
Flavouring: /5 Citrus, Fruit
Room Note: 3/5
Content: Burley, Virginia
Peterson Pipe Tobacco
Peterson Pipe tobacco blends can trace their history to the 1950's when the Peterson brand was launched as a Tobacco blender as well as a premium Pipe producer. During 1950 the brand launched the Peterson Mixture that took the Irish market by storm. Producing pipe tobaccos to requested recipes for regular customers the brand further expanded its range in 1995, with the launch of 8 new unique luxury pipe blends.
In the new millennium the brand continues to produce the finest blends of pipe tobacco that are often the favourite smokes in many a pipe smokers rotation. Very few companies can say to have had the same effect on the course of the markets as Peterson has had. If you have not tried them yet, what are you waiting for?