What are your favorite tobaccos for flavor extraction? Of the seventy + pipe and cigar tobaccos I've tried so far only a handful stand out and, for me, the best of the best all have come from pipe tobacco blends. In no particular order, here are my top picks; Sutliff "Voodoo Queen" Dunhill "Nightcap" Hearth and Home "Louisiana Red" The Smoker "St. James" Cornell & Diehl "Mississippi Mud" Cornell & Diehl "Sunset Harbor Flake" Cornell & Diehl "Billy Bud" Several of the tobaccos listed weren't exceptional until they had aged (steeped) for a month or two after the flavor extraction process. There were other tobaccos that, IMO, yielded good flavor including some I had mixed using single "blending" tobaccos but they weren't good enough to be noteworthy. The majority of tobaccos I have tried produced only fair to marginal flavor that didn't significantly improve with aging/steeping. I'm still sampling new pipe tobacco blends and am always looking for new ones to try. What are your top Picks?