Many people refer to ‘English Tobacco’ when describing the types they like best.English tobaccos are simply tobaccos that have had no flavors added during the curing process.
Therefore English tobaccos are usually a mixture of different types of tobacco, but have no flavors added during curing.
Cavendish is a process of curing and a method of cutting tobacco leaf; the term does not refer to a tobacco, but a type of manufacturing process.
Spice tobacco is not a single type of pipe tobacco, but a mixture or blend of sever different types of pipe tobacco described below.
Most of these types below are used primarily in English blends.
English Cavendish uses a dark flue or fire cured Virginia which is steamed and then stored under pressure to permit it to cure and ferment for several weeks.