|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|StevieB (1706)||Mild to Medium||Mild||Mild to Medium||Pleasant|
Low County Pipe & Cigar - Vanilla.
I can see by the look of the mix it isn't a sticky, black Cavendish, loaded blend. The majority of it's nicely hydrated Burley. Like the appearance the aroma isn't sticky, it smells mildly flavoured, not heavily cased.
L.C.V. lights easily, and straightaway a phrase comes to mind: ''a much dryer smoke than most vanilla aromatics''. And then: ''nowhere near as sweet as most vanilla blends''. There's a little sweetness, but not the usual 'wallop' that most vanilla aromatics have. The mild vanilla flavour sits on top of a crisp, nutty, tasting smoke, with hardly any black Cav'; the black Cav' only 'seasons' the smoke. Although the burn's consistent, it's too warm and quite fast. Also it tends to bite me.
Nicotine: mild to medium. Room-note: pleasant.
I always have a vanilla aromatic in my rotation, this won't be appearing. Somewhat recommended:
Pipe Used: Comoy's Elegance
Age When Smoked: One week
Purchased From: Smokingpipes.com
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