|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|Stefanos (151)||Mild||Mild||Mild to Medium||Tolerable|
According to the seller this is a 30% Burley mixture with dark and bright Virginias, a little Black Cavendish and natural notes of nuts and chocolate. Now, I am not sure what ‘natural notes’ really means, is it aromatized with natural extracts of nuts and chocolate, or is it a description of the natural aromas of the tobacco? I tend to believe it is the first case as the mixture seems to me to be certainly aromatized. It actually smells like a sweet brioche pastry. And though I am not familiar with the type, it seems to me to be a mild Danish Blend – I say this on the ground that it is quite similar in style with Davidoff’s Danish blend with which I am familiar.
Comes in a varied cut which mostly consists of rubbed out flakes with bits of a different darker broken flake (Cavendish?) and is interspersed with a few pieces of bright single leafs and some small coins.
It’s an acceptable tobacco, not bad at all, uncomplicated but nothing exciting. I actually bought it because I read the description as if the tobacco had natural aromas of nuts and chocolate, so I am a little bit disappointed, but if you know what you are getting it’s a pretty good mixture. Mild in strength, burning easily and uniformly, no bite, right moisture and good flavor intensity. Can easily become an all-day smoke for those who like the style. A 2.5 stars tobacco for me.
Purchased From: Dein-Tabak
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