In most cases, this means that we have completely sold out of the item and have no means of re-stocking. Rarely, we re-activate retired items if we can find a source, but in most cases this item is kept on our website as a historical reference.
Our 2017 USA Virginia Flue Cured Tobacco is a very robust, full flavored tobacco leaf. This leaf arrives with your standard cigarette tobacco smell and produces a strong, heavy smoke, similar to many full flavored or red cigarettes.
This tobacco leaf is used mainly in American cigarette and pipe tobacco blends, but also sometimes in hookah. It has a wonderful smooth smoke with a great robust flavor.
Spots or discolorations of Virginia Flue Cured leaves are normal and are no cause for concern. Also known as Golden Leaf Tobacco, Virginia Flue Cured Tobacco is one of the most commonly used tobacco leaves in the industry, as it is a major component in cigarette blends for almost every type of cigarette, and is used as hookah and pipe tobacco all over the world.
"Hey. I just received my package and I am really happy with the product. It came in a timely manner and was just moist enough to store. They also smoke really well. I will definitely be ordering again soon. Thanks!"
- Marisol, NC
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What a leaf! When they say robust, they aren't kidding. This 2017 AVFC (R) is the strongest tobacco I've tried yet. I typically smoke the AVFC straight, going from years 2012 to 2016 as I find the quality I like to work with (moisture, shredding mainly). I ordered 2 lbs of this and absolutely cannot smoke it straight. I've tried full flavor and light tubes. It's good, but a tad harsh and very strong. Great tobacco for the "Reds" smokers out there, but use with caution. Probably best to mix this with your regular tobacco; I've done 50% mixes of AVFC 2016/2017 (R) with great results for three weeks.