|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|Pipestud (1722)||Mild to Medium||Mild||Mild||Pleasant|
The Karl Erik blends came out a couple of decades ago and had a good following. The old Pipe Smoker's Ephemeris Magazines had one issue that had some "coming out" info on this one but I gave up on trying to find it after going through half a dozen back issues.
In any event, they were all Danish style blends with light Virginia and heavily fermented and moderately cased black Cavendish. Number 14 though, had some Burley in the mix to go along with the fruity black Cavendish which gave it more firepower in the nic hit department and burned very clean and actually fairly dry for an aromatic. This one would have been more acceptable to me but I just personally didn't like the flavor the casing imparted.
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