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Once properly aged, I think I may actually appreciate this morfed Royal Yacht more than the Murray's version because the taste is not quite as heavy and the casing has been applied a bit more delicately. And I will be interested to hear from those of you who regularly enjoy other Dunhill offerings to get your impressions of the taste change (if any) you have discovered.
Best, Pipestud I actually purchased a tin of Royal Yacht as more of an evening/after dinner smoke.
The leaf could use a bit more aging as it tasted a bit "fresh" to me.
I believe (and hope) it will age just as well as the Murray's version which I think aged as well as any Virginia tobacco I've ever smoked.
They are added to rich, heavier and cooler Virginias.
A unique flavor is added to the final blend to enhance the subtle and piquant aroma.
I load up with a cup of coffee and spend the first hour of the morning in total bliss! I get tickled reading reviews of this blend from new pipe smokers.
It burned quite well and very cool to the bottom of the bowl with only two relights necessary.The way I know the old tins are still being used is because the top label still says "Made in the U. in association with Dunhill Tobacco of London." Upon opening the tin, I was greeted with a very broken flake rather than ribbon cut leaf.The leaf is darker in appearance than the Murray's version and appeared well aged.Notes: Pure shade grown Virginias, very soft smoking, particularly recommended in cases of delicate throat.-1917 Lemon and Bronze Virginia leaves are carefully conditioned and are added to rich heavy body Virginias, a unique flavour is added to the final blend.