Seattle Pipe Club Galloping Gertie Tobacco


A tribute to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.


Seattle Pipe Club Galloping Gertie Tobacco pays homage to a legendary engineering mishap. Galloping Gertie takes its name from the infamous 1940 Tacoma Narrows Bridge that collapsed just four months after opening. Seattle Pipe Club’s tribute to the ill-fated bridge is a crumble cake of red and black stoved Virginias, St. James Perique, unsweetened Black Cavendish, and a touch of Turkish Orientals. Ingredients: A Virginia Perique blend of Stoved Virginias, St James Perique, unsweetened Black Cavendish, Turkish Orientals. All SPC blends are specially packed for Canada in Plain Packaged tins for compliance and perfect freshness! 50g tin.

About Seattle Pipe Club Tobaccos

Seattle Pipe Club Tobaccos, created by club member Joe Lankford, are unique blends, with a leaning toward bold flavour. Plum Pudding is a rich and smoky English-style, Mississippi River is an unusually robust Virginia-heavy blend, and Seattle Evening is redolent with fragrant Orientals. Since those initial three were released, the Seattle Pipe Club has introduced a nice assortment of blends in just about every genre, so no matter what kind of pipe tobacco you prefer, there’s something here for you.

Additional information

Weight .078 kg
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 6 cm