Maryland 609 Whole Tobacco Leaf Only
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Maryland 609

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Maryland 609 is a “light air cured” type of tobacco similar to “Burley” but lighter in body and more neutral in flavor. $19.99 / lb
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Mainly used to make cigarette tobacco leaf blends a bit stronger and smoother, Maryland 609 is also used for cigar filler, pipe blends, and chewing tobacco leaf. Maryland 609 is a “light air cured” type of tobacco similar to Burley but lighter in body and more neutral in flavor. 



Maryland 609 is a tobacco leaf that is often used to make your own pipe tobacco. In addition to being a top choice for pipe tobacco leaf, Maryland 609 can also be used for the following applications:

Description

Our Maryland 609 is a thin bodied “Light Air Cured” reminiscent of our (more full-flavored) Burley. Maryland 609 has classically been used for commercial cigarette blends across the United States and beyond. Traditionally grown in Maryland, our Maryland 609 is now grown with the same seed in Pennsylvania. This tobacco is best mixed with Flue Cured tobacco and is perfect for cigarettes and pipes.

What Pipe Customers Are Saying About Leaf Only

"My wife and I received our order today, And to be honest in every way, The Canadian and American organic flue cured is amazingly good. Not to forget about the aged burley that gives that extra kick to our home made blend. We will be ordering again very soon. Good job everybody at Leaf Only. "

- Tim & Heather, ON Canada


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