Butz-Choquin is a French pipe maker. It was founded in 1858 by tobacconist Jean-baptiste Choquin and Gustave Butz.
The company was established and in Metz
; it remained there until 1951, when it was purchased by the Berrod-Regad
company. It was then relocated to Saint-Claude
. The company began to export pipes in 1960, receiving the Oscar of Export
and the Gold Cup of the French Good Taste
. The company was acquired by Fabien Guichon
Butz-Choquin's first pipe, the Choquin pipe, was a curved pipe with a flat-bottomed hearth, albatross bone, and silver rings. The company currently produces over 70 different series of pipes. Butz-Choquin pipes have only been readily available in the United States of America