- Geez, HUAC was disbanded years ago, and I haven t heard anyone called pinko since sometime in the early 1970 s, and, anyway, on today s AmericanMessage 1 of 11222 , Feb 1, 2000View SourceGeez,<br><br>HUAC was disbanded years ago, and I
haven't heard anyone called "pinko" since sometime in the
early 1970's, and, anyway, on today's American
University campuses it would be considered to be a
- Thanks for the info. Ya know, for a medium it has a lot of flavor. I would have thought it was full strength. Makes me wonder what my reaction would have beenMessage 11222 of 11222 , Dec 25, 2010View SourceThanks for the info. Ya know, for a medium it has a lot of flavor. I would have thought it was full strength. Makes me wonder what my reaction would have been towards the full strength? I like Latakia, but not to the point where it's all you can taste. I bought some C & D stuff, Odyssey - I think it's called, and I didn't care for it, but I used it as an inhancer for some blends I thought were lacking something and it was pretty good smoked that way.
--- In email@example.com, Jon Randolph <jrandolph18425@...> wrote:
> At one time Dunhill made three different Standard Mixtures:
> Standard Mixture-Mild
> Standard Mixture-Medium
> Standard Mixture-Full.
> Standard Mixture-Full was discontinued many years ago, perhaps when production was transferred to Murray's. Both Mild and Medium remained through the Murray's era and initial Orlik production. Subsequently, there were EU restrictions on the use of "Mild" in connection with tobacco products thus:
> Standard Mixture-Mild became Standard Mixture-Mellow
> Standard Mixture-Medium became just Standard Mixture.
> Jon Randolph
> Columbia Station, Ohio
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