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    Loving Revelation

    Ever since I tried Revelation Match, I really loved the stuff. Mild, Smooth, Mellow and just a hint of a smoky taste and smell. Went thru 3 oz in less than 2 weeks. I luv it so much, that I bought an antique/vintage Revelation tin to keep it in; small amounts at a time. Took the pic today. So there it is, my latest and greatest tobacco acquisition. About to order 8oz's on the first. Now I know why it was Einsteins favorit tobacco.
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    Great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitchfork View Post
    Great idea!
    I like all the old vintage tins. Here is my Prince Albert old tin.
    I am going to keep my PA in it. A coffee filter lines it inside real nice,
    about half way. You only live once, so you gota use the vintage stuff,
    when you get my age. Lol

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    Lovely vintage tins.

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    Love vintage tins. I've not tried the Revelation Match by Sutliff that you've been smoking, but I encourage you to try the C&D Epiphany, which is also a revelation match with slight differences. One is more like the House of Windsor version of Revelation, which I believe is the Sutliff Revelation Match. The C&D Epiphany is said to be more like Philip Morris' version of Revelation. I really like Ephiphany but it's stronger and it can take quite a while to grow on you, I admit.


    On a side note, unfortunately I left a good portion of my vintage empty tins down at a property in Florida.

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    The 1950s Philip Morris Revelation is like a cross between the Epiphany and the Sutliff Match. I like both of the current versions.

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