Toscano Pipe Tobacco Coming via Cornell & Diehl | halfwheel

A small number of cigar companies have their own pipe blends, Italy’s Toscano is the newest name on that list.

Next week, the Toscano Maestro brand will go on sale. The pipe blends were developed by Toscao and Cornell & Diehl, a South Carolina-based tobacco company that also makes Warped’s pipe tobacco. Custom Logo Grinder

Toscano Pipe Tobacco Coming via Cornell & Diehl | halfwheel

Upon launch, there will be three different blends, each priced at $16 per tin:

Like Toscano’s cigars, these blends use fire-cured tobaccos from Kentucky and Tennessee, along with other tobacco varietals that should be familiar to pipe smokers.

Laudisi Distribution Group—which is part of the same company as Cornell & Diehl—is handling distribution. The Toscao Meastro pipe tobacco will go on sale on Jan. 30, 2024 at select retailers.

Toscano Pipe Tobacco Coming via Cornell & Diehl | halfwheel

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