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One of your most beloved "childs", truly a delicacy. Gentle, sweet, tangy, with a fruity fresh room note. Broad, square cut, burning slow and cool.

It loves being smoked bigger/wider bowled pipes, so it can really shine.

Notes: Formerly known as "Seute Deern" (Sweet Girl), and due to EU regulations now known as "Lütte Deern" (Little Girl).

BrandDan Tobacco
Blended ByDan Tobacco
Manufactured ByDan Tobacco
Blend TypeAromatic
ContentsBlack Cavendish, Virginia
FlavoringFruit / Citrus
CutCoarse Cut
Packaging50 grams tin, 250 grams bulk
CountryDE
ProductionCurrently available
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Mild, Mild to Medium
Flavoring
Mild, Mild to Medium
Taste
Mild to Medium, Medium to Full
Room Note
Pleasant
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the_german Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
the_german (267)
★★★☆
Mild Mild Medium to Full Pleasant

"Seute Deern" is Low German and means, "sweet girl." This 'baccy surely is that: a gentle, sweet companion.

The tin aroma is fruity, if anything, but I can also make out the VA with some grassiness in there. Not a typical aromatic, I'd say. The cut includes huge squares of VA and irregular bits of BC; the biggest bowls should be about right. Incongruously, if properly filled, a corn cob will do quite well, too, despite the diminutive volume. Small briars should not even be attempted, though.

A bright mixture with maybe 20 % Black Cavendish in there, this blend fills well in a wide bowl. Lighting is a little fussy, as the wide squares of tobacco tend to go every which way on first light until tamped down a couple of times. Once properly lit, though, this blend behaves highly civilisedly, needing little maintenance to enjoy; the occasional tamp-down will do nicely and, depending on the pipe, will leave little to no dottle.

The taste is dominated by VA with BC sweetness; the fruity topping somehow lingers in the background but does not define the taste. The room aroma is pleasant, though not spectacular; it keeps up the fruitiness of the topping until the last embers.

Despite the tobacco's mildness, the taste is relatively full: it is the equal of some much stronger blends and should be good enough even for a nicotine junkie as a take-a-break weed.

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Hemlock Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Hemlock (60)
★★★☆
Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant

I received a sample of this blend, of unknown age. Not so moist, not heavily cased (no sign of PEG). Burned down to a mottled ash, with a single light in a 1/2 bent Brigham. Comprised of fairly large chunks of what appear to be virginia and cavendish. Quite coarse compared to most other blends. Burned very cool, with a mild fruity taste. This is an aromatic, not cloying and easy to smoke. Created plumes of smoke. I find it has some essence of plums and a mild citrus (orange?) tang to it. As far as aromatics go, this one's a nice example of a German aromatic that hasn't gone off the deep end with excessive flavour. Worth getting a tin if you like tamed aromatics.

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