Charles Rattray's In 1911, the skilled tobacco blender Charles Rattray made his dream come true and took over a tobacco shop in the old Scottish capital of Perth. Only after a short while, the store became the top address for tobacco enthusiasts. In his small tobacco factory, he blended exquisite specialities for the discerning smoker. Today, Kohlhase Kopp & Co. continue to work to his original recipes and ideals.
Black Mallory A charming, perfectly balanced dark mixture of Virginia tobaccos, Orientals, Black Cavendish and a luxurious quantity of Latakia. The basic blend is akin to the Red Rapparee but with plenty of Latakia backed up with earthy Orientals offering a slight sweetness along with the smokey, spicy qualities you'd expect.