|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|JimInks (1951)||Medium||Medium to Strong||Medium||Tolerable|
The sweet and tangy apricot taste I expected was barely there because of the alcohol in the brandy topping. Few burley notes were present; very light nuts and toast. The unsweetened black cavendish adds a light brown sugariness. Hardly has an nicotine. Doesn't bite. Burned harsh near the end, and rather syrupy, even when I puffed slowly, as I usually do. Too bitter in too many spots, and not enjoyable. Needs a few relights, and leaves moisture in the bowl, but no dottle. Has an acrid after taste.
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