Seattle Pipe Club Galloping Gertie is a delicious crumble cake of red and black stoved Virginias, St. James Perique, unsweetened Black Cavendish, and Turkish Orientals to bring a smoke that is complex, savory, and remarkably unique!
In 1940 a bridge was built across the windy Tacoma Narrows on Puget Sound. The new bridge soon acquired the nickname “Galloping Gertie” for it swayed so much resulting in its collapse in the Pugent Sound just after four months.
2 oz can
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