In 1911 tobacco blender Charles Rattrays fulfilled his dream and opened a tobacco store in the ancient capital of Scotland, Perth. In just a short while the store became the top adress for tobacco lovers. In the back rooms he composed exquisite specialities to satisfy the demands of the fine gentlemen that frequented him. After his death in 1964 his son Charles Rattray Junior took over management until his retirement in 1980. After he died only a few years later in 1984, his daughters inherited the name rights and the original recipes of the fine Rattray's tobacco line. These tobaccos are now produced by Kohlhase & Kopp. The lineup is completed with a classic pipe line, exclusively distributed by us.
Rattray's pipes are available at your favourite tobacconist. Each series pipe can be ordered on short notice.
Kopp distribution: World wide.