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there were distinct changes in all of the continuing blends, in some cases undoubtedly due to recipe changes, e.g.substitution of Cypriot Latakia for Syrian, in other cases due to changes in blending technique, and in all cases due to significantly less aging.Today, it is a commonly held view among pipe smokers who smoke both older and contemporary tins of Dunhill tobacco that the blends available today represent for the most part an evolution and simply are not the same blends of the past.But I do not doubt that in most cases the newer blends do represent an evolution as well, the work of skilled blenders attempting to capture the spirit of the older blend handicapped by a lack of aging and having to use different leaf.In a statement, Pittas said: “The destruction our country suffered in 1974 and the subsequent thefts of Christian artwork by stripping entire monasteries and churches will characterise Turkey and its prolific thieves in the darkest of colours”.He said the mosaic in question was one of the highest archaeological value and significance.
Undoubtedly, during this period Dunhill was wrestling with managing traditional blending methods in the context of remaining a for-profit enterprise, and one can not help but suspect that blends such as Three Year Matured lost out in the upshot.
She asked Paphiti to prepare an exhibition for her pieces.
Paphiti told her about the origin of the mosaic and after a long period of negotiations, the owner finally agreed to hand it over to the Church of Cyprus without litigation and for only a symbolic sum.
“This moment cannot be anything else than a moment of emotion for the whole of Cypriot Hellenism, but it is also a great national and cultural victory, which justifies and strengthens the joint struggle of the state and the Church to identify and repatriate the stolen treasures of art from occupied Cyprus, and to end the looting of our religious and cultural monuments in the years following the Turkish invasion,” Anastasiades said.
Anastasiades congratulated church and state agencies which had located and repatriated “invaluable treasures, as well as the rescue and restoration of many cultural and religious monuments of occupied Cyprus”.