|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|DenizBeck (161)||Mild to Medium||Extremely Mild||Medium||Pleasant to Tolerable|
A interesting looking Mixture with little curlies in it. About the sice of a european cent, but there are many of them.
Best "melt" or mix the loose and curly tobacco a little in your hand, to get a consistent smoke. The packing is a bit tricky, but with some practice you get a feeling for this tobacco.
When sucessfully packed and lit (which is rather easy) you get rewarded a sweetish grassy Virgina with some Perique sparkles here and there in the taste. The tobacco is cased i guess, with something fruity-sweet, but very decently. It just supports the good taste of the Virgina. I can't get that much of Perique, a little tangy note to balance and keeping the taste from being too sweet. When you hit a coin while smoking, you sometimes get a few puffs of nice spicy peppery - typically Perique taste that dominates for a couple of sips.
Best to be smoke slow, as all VA(PERs).
Awesome smoke, which makes me want to try more Perique blends. (Its not my first VAPER, but i rather smoke Perique Blends not too often, as I only own samples of them) (UPdate: I'm kinda addicted to Perique now...:-P)
4/4 Stars - I'd love to take this one into my rotation, and highly recommend trying it ;-)
Pipe Used: Clay Pipe
Purchased From: Peter Heinrichs Chateau Henri, Bergheim, Germany
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