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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 12 had a sort of figgish fruit casing, was light in the nic hit department and burned very clean and actually fairly dry for an aromatic. Kind of a typical (I've tasted this before), type of aro. The bright leaf in this one may mean it aged well, I just don't know as I smoked some of all the Erik tins fresh.
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