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    Tobacco Review - Peterson's Hyde Park

    This is one Peterson blend I quite enjoy. I find out that it's made by Gawith and Hogarth so that might be why I enjoy it. Anyway I hope you find it useful.

    https://youtu.be/WwuQFI63Whc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandyboy View Post
    This is one Peterson blend I quite enjoy. I find out that it's made by Gawith and Hogarth so that might be why I enjoy it. Anyway I hope you find it useful.

    https://youtu.be/WwuQFI63Whc

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    Another good review, Duncan. I've never had Hyde Park, but your comments pique my interest.

    I'm certainly not a better man, but I do think that certain blends change throughout the bowl. Virginias, specifically, seem to develop more complex flavors further down into the bowl. Could be that it's just me though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    Another good review, Duncan. I've never had Hyde Park, but your comments pique my interest.

    I'm certainly not a better man, but I do think that certain blends change throughout the bowl. Virginias, specifically, seem to develop more complex flavors further down into the bowl. Could be that it's just me though.
    After the weekend I think I know what you mean. Thanks for watching.

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