|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|OkieSmokie (13)||Very Mild||Very Mild||Very Mild||Very Pleasant|
I like a good cherry, the surprising thing about this is the cherry is almost an afterthought. You definitely get it in the tin note but it's not as fragrant as say a Blood Red Moon. It packs easily and the light is not an issue. The room note is also subtle. It's one I could see as an all day smoke, in fact, I smoked through several bowls while on various conference calls the day of writing this review. The first thing that I notice is almost a smooth creaminess from the Cavendish and then just a hint of the cherry top. The top provides a sweet note that I think is enhanced by the Virginia, or maybe vice versa. There is very little change throughout although I did notice that the burley pops it head up near the end of each bowl just to say hi. There was almost no goop and the ashes burned to grayish almost white color. This may make it's way to my regular rotation.
Pipe Used: Kaywoodie Billiard
Age When Smoked: 8 months
Purchased From: pipesandcigars.com
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