|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|Whisky Und Pfeife (1)||Mild to Medium||Medium to Strong||Mild to Medium||Pleasant|
I bought this tin some month ago. The irish with latakia caught my attention.
Opening the tin, there is a strong aroma of berrys and somewhat almondy/ marzipan twist. Latakia adding a nice note. The tobacco is said to habe "Flake Scraps", but all I can detect is a even cut tobacco with a nice diversity of colors.
You can smoke it easily when fresh. Even if it is a bit moist, it with brun well.
At frist you get a big rush of berry aroma. Sourly-sweet. Just like a fresh opend jar of marmelade. Soapy notes slightly adding here. Towards the second third the aroma slowly vanished, giving the tobacco more room. Kentucky giving a fine earthyness. Still a strong sweet-sour note. More sour. Towards the end the aroma ist just in the back.
Overall a fine tobacco for people who like a fine fruity aromatic.
Pipe Used: Several
Age When Smoked: New
Purchased From: Dan Pipe
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