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  • Fribourg & Treyer - Special Brown Flake 50 gram Fribourg & Treyer - Special Brown Flake 50 gram

    KOPP Fribourg & Treyer - Special Brown Flake 50 gram

    32 in stock

    Fribourg and Treyer Special Brown Flake Pipe Tobaccos a mixture of red, mottled Virginias and golden Carolina Flue Cured leaf, blended with small quantities of Turkish Havana and medium strength Dark Fired Kentucky. The finished leaf composition is then allowed to infuse together for several days. The leaf infusion is divided into cakes of 10 pounds, a little Rum is added and cold pressed for several weeks during which a harmonising of flavours takes place resulting in a very slow burning, perfect Navy flake tobacco.

    32 in stock

    HK$152.00

  • Fribourg & Treyer - Vintage (Flake) 50 gram

    KOPP Fribourg & Treyer - Vintage (Flake) 50 gram

    Out of stock, Not available for delivery

    Fribourg and Treyer Vintage Flake Pipe Tobacco is made from selected Virginia tobaccos, expertly blended then aged under pressure to produce an extraordinarily mellow flake tobacco.

    Out of stock, Not available for delivery

    HK$110.00

  • Fribourg & Treyer - Cut Virginia Plug (Flake) 50 gram tin Fribourg & Treyer - Cut Virginia Plug (Flake) 50 gram tin

    KOPP Fribourg & Treyer - Cut Virginia Plug (Flake) 50 gram tin

    Out of stock, Not available for delivery

    The dark flue cured Virginia provides some some tangy dark fruit sweetness, earth, wood, bread, and vegetation along with a minor sugary stewed fruitiness, and small spice and floral notes as the lead component. The flue cured gold Virginia offers some tart and tangy citrus, bread, sugar, vegetative grass, mild floralness, light sour lemon, and a pinch of spice as a supporting player. The vanilla topping is very mild, mostly underscoring the blend with a creamy sweet texture. The mild fruit topping is apricot which has a nice richness that doesn’t drown out the tobaccos. The nic-hit is a shade below medium. The strength and taste levels are a step below the medium mark. The flakes are not overly wet, and I saw no need to dry them. They break apart very easily to suit your preference. Burns slow, cool, and clean with a very consistent sweet, earthy, woody flavor as the toppings do not lose strength. It’s fairly smooth with a little creaminess, and a very slight rough edge from the dark Virginia that well compliments the quality of the experience. No dull or harsh spots to be found, even if you’re a fast puffer. Won't bite. It requires some relights, but fewer than I normally expect from a flake with a little moisture. Burns to ash with little problem, and leaves just a little dampness in the bowl. Has a lightly lingering very pleasant after taste and room note. Can easily be an all day smoke for both experienced and novice smokers.

    Out of stock, Not available for delivery

    HK$100.00

  • Fribourg & Treyer - Evans Blend 50 gram Fribourg & Treyer - Evans Blend 50 gram

    KOPP Fribourg & Treyer - Evans Blend 50 gram

    157 in stock

    Historie of F&TFribourg & Treyer of 34 Haymarket, London sold snuff and the best quality at that. But, a partnership between a Mr. Fribourg and a Mr. Treyer had never existed. The firm was allegedly started in 1720 by P. Fribourg, although the earliest surviving ledger is dated 1764. It is not clear whether the same P. Fribourg was in control of the shop all those years, or whether more generations had the same initial. According to Evans, the Fribourgs had originally come from Switzerland. From a tax assessment record of 1767 for the St. Martin in the Field parish, it is certain that a Peter Fribourg was paying taxes for a property in the Haymarket. He retired in 1780 and the shop was taken over by G.A. Treyer who linked the – no doubt well-known and highly esteemed – name of Fribourg to his own. Gottlieb August Treyer, originally from Germany, had married Martha Evans the same year he took over the snuff shop and was granted naturalisation in 1793. The couple had no children and when they retired in 1803, the daily management was put into the hands of Price Evans, Martha’s brother, during the minority of the three sons of Richard Evans, one of Martha’s other brothers. By 1815, Martha and Gottlieb were both dead and the two nephews George (1786- 1867) and Gottlieb August Treyer (1789-1869) were old enough to manage without their uncle. Later, they were joined by their younger brother Robert Lloyd (±1803-?). This partnership was dissolved in 1858 in favour of the next generation, Gottlieb August Treyer junior (1818-1899), the son of G.A.T. senior, George Arthur Carter (1833-1887), son of George, and Price James Evans (1815-1885), the son of James Evans, a cousin of G.A.T. senior and George. After the death of these three cousins, the firm was then managed by August (1843-1906), son of G.AT. junior, and George (1867-after 1920), the son of G.A.C. Evans. August died in 1906 and the firm became the responsibility of George and August’s son W. Bridgman (1876-after 1920).(4)Source: G. Evans, The Old Snuff House

    157 in stock

    HK$89.00

  • Fribourg & Treyor - Wingate Mixture 50 gram

    KOPP Fribourg & Treyor - Wingate Mixture 50 gram

    159 in stock

    Fribourg and Treyer Wingate Mixture Pipe Tobacco is made from bright Virginias and Black Cavendish combined with smoky Latakia. The blender then adds a touch of nutty Burley and Perique to the mixture making for a well rounded medium strength English mixture.

    159 in stock

    HK$89.00

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