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It has an outstanding tin note, slightly sweet, but with hints of raisin and fall leaves. It also seemed to have just the right moisture content with no apparent drying 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.
Due to my eagerness to try it prior to eating, I felt a substantial nicotine hit that nearly buckled my knees and put me right back into my chair.
This was fine with me as I was able to finish the pipe whilst sitting down in comfort. Update: After a few weeks in the tin, this tobacco has dried out substantially, where it's almost crispy.
The taste seemed fairly consistent on through the bowl, with no tongue bite and thick smoke even with small short puffs.
I did notice the nicotine level seemed to get stronger at the bottom of the bowl.
The more recent production tins do, unfortunately, contain more water content than the older tins.