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The more recent production tins do, unfortunately, contain more water content than the older tins.So, let it dry out a bit before loading and smoking.Although I was always flunking math in high school and college, I do believe that adds up to about 48 tins per year.

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The tobacco spice upon lighting, and the powerful dose of nicotine will cross the eyes and blurr the vision of newbies!

If you enjoy true tobacco taste (the virginia base is excellent) then you will enjoy this powerful blend.

The taste and nicotine content is unquestionably lighter. The added flavoring (thank goodness) tasted the same although not as strong as the Murray's.

The leaf could use a bit more aging as it tasted a bit "fresh" to me.

The leaf was still too moist for my personal preference, but will probably be at the perfect moisture content in a few days.

I took a handful of the leaf and fully rubbed it out, then whacked it up in my one speed food processor for a bit (as I did with the Murray's version.) I loaded up and lit up.

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.

But, not too much -- you don't want any of that wonderful and unique flavoring to evaporate!

:) =====UPDATE 9/05======== With Orlik having taken over the blending from Murray's of Dunhill tobaccos, I have been asked by many friends who know of my love for Royal Yacht whether I have sampled the "new ROYAL YACHT." Yes I have and below is my review of it: I recently received an order of 5-tins of Royal Yacht from JR Cigar.

It burned quite well and very cool to the bottom of the bowl with only two relights necessary.

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