This is my favorite of the heavier varieties. Coarse and moist, with a subtle but penetrating hint of orange, Kendal Brown is much easier to take than Gawith's dark rappees. It is woody, slightly smoky, heavy, with a strong tobacco flavor, and it has an almost nautical quality to it (docks, ropes and other boating implements). Snuffs this coarse and moist make them ideal for folks trying to give up cigarettes, since you can take limitless amounts without fear of drying up or congestion.
The Original in the name is no gimmick since this is the the very same recipe that Samuel Gawith started producing in 1791.