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Bright Virginia ribbon, bright Virginia flake, Cavendish cut, Burley, and Perique are pressed into an old-fashioned crumble cake to form a smoke as smooth as a train gliding effortlessly through the late night hours. Pressed only.

BrandCornell & Diehl
Blended ByCraig Tarler
Manufactured ByCornell & Diehl
Blend TypeVirginia/Burley
ContentsBurley, Cavendish, Perique, Virginia
CutKrumble Kake
Packaging2 ounce tin, 8 ounce tin, bulk
ProductionCurrently available
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oldorder Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
oldorder (22)
Strong Medium Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

After aros, vapers, vabers, ropes, flakes, and cakes, I prefer to ride the Night Train. She is soft and sweet brown sugar with an intensity that builds through the ride. Once the conductor drawls out the "all aboard" and pulls those boarding steps in I find myself excitedly seated in the club car waiting, anticipating the sound of that 4-8-8-4 heading out into the night. The Southern Bell won't let you down. Sweetness, sultry strength, every ingredient functioning according to its design and purpose. Dancing, moving, undulating through the night, leaving the world behind. Smoke billows as we compliment one another. Slowing, can this be? She is so intoxicating, can it be over? New Orleans station, wheels barely turning, club car, only fractional movement, vibration, a sense of minute vertigo. Going to have to schedule this trip again. I know she'll be ready. I think I can handle her.

Pipe Used: Briars, Cobs

Age When Smoked: 3 months

Purchased From: 4 noggins

Similar Blends: Other va-per-burs with perique, but then again, not really, as Night Train is probably my favorite tobacco..

21 people found this review helpful.

JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (2158)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable to Strong

The bright Virginias are a little citrusy with a touch of grass. The cavendish cut Brown Virginia is earthy and mildly sweet with a little dark fruit tanginess. The burley is toasty, nutty, and earthy with a few hits of oats. The Virginias are supporting players, and just a shade less noticeable than the burley. The perique is very peppery with some raisin, date and fig notes, and more often than not, dominates the other tobaccos, although you’ll always get some of the other flavors. Won't bite, and has only the slightest harsh hit. Fairly well balanced with an ample nic-hit, it burns cool and slow (as crumble cakes will do) and will require relights. Burns to a fine gray ash and leaves little dampness in the bowl. The after taste and room notes will linger. Not recommended for the inexperienced smoker, but if you like a lot of perique, you’ll enjoy it. It does lose a little sweetness toward the finish. Three and a half stars.

15 people found this review helpful.

DK Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
DK (839)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable


My 2 oz sample contained 4 small "bricks" of pressed tobacco that was pretty easy to crumble and load but did require a bit of dexterity. The tobacco was a nice mix of light and dark color.

Again, the earthy burley flavor that C&D is noted for comes through in spades. The perique lent its usual commentary and the VA's remained firmly in the background, although they jumped out at various intervals. Very nicotine-laden but interestingly I didn't OD on this as I occasionally did with C&D's Krumble Kake. This was, however, best after a meal. I'd call this a robustly flavored tobacco, but all natural.

The only problem I had with this one was an occasional ashy taste as the bowl progressed. It would show up for a few puffs and then recede, but it generally came back with a vengeance at the bottom of the bowl. It wasn't horribly off-putting but it was noticeable enough to keep this one from a 4th star. I enjoyed my time with it but there are similar blends that I find more worthy for my regular rotation. But this is one to try if you regularly smoke strong nicotine blends and enjoy that nice earthy burley flavor coupled with perique. I'll stick with Burley Flake #3, thanks.

13 people found this review helpful.

DrumsAndBeer Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
DrumsAndBeer (203)
Strong None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

At times Night Train can be somewhat difficult to find, especially in bulk or in two ounce tins, so my first purchase came in the form of a single eight ounce tin. I know, kind of a gamble, but now I am wishing I had bought two more.

The tin note has a light dried apricot and zesty citrus aroma, both sweet and slightly sour. The firmly pressed cakes break up easily and the tobacco burns perfectly with little to no dry time. The flavor is burley forward; it’s deep, earthy and toasty, but there's a certain unexpected light freshness to it that defies its strength. There's also a definite sweetness from the bright Virginia which fits nicely within the fullness of the flavor. The spiciness of the perique gradually builds down the bowl but the effect is pleasing and in no way overdone.

The nicotine is noticeable and I wouldn't want to smoke a huge amount of this at a steady clip, but there's no need to because there's a lot going on and each gentle sip has plenty of intense flavor. The room note is almost pleasant, even my wife mentioned that it smelled pretty good and that the aroma is an improvement over what I usually smoke.

An excellent, full bodied, strong, yet very well balanced mixture.

5 people found this review helpful.

StevieB Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
StevieB (1644)
Medium to Strong Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant

Cornell & Diehl - Night Train.

I love Krumble Kakes, love Perique, and Night Train was one of my favourite Guns n Roses songs!

For a loosely pouched blend, it's still a touch too moist; I think that's due to it being pressed quite firmly. I ordered just a 1oz pouch and I'd say about 85% of the blend's still in kake form with only about a pipe's worth already broken.

The flavour would warrant the name VaPer rather than the current VaBur title on here; the Perique's the leading flavour. That's not saying the other flavours are virtually redundant, they're not, they just seem softer compared to the brutish Perique; it's very sharp! The others compliment the flavour nicely; the Burley's fairly formidable, and the Virginia and Cavendish work together to form more of a sweet base; this sweetness seems to develop as the bowl burns, by the final third it's beautiful. The fact this has no added flavours makes it a perfect blend for a smoker like me, who enjoys natural blends, more-so than cased ones, to sit and savour the rawness of the smoke. It gives a good burn that only needs odd re-lights and sparse tamping. I wasn't sure what to expect with the room-note, it seems to get a few tolerable results, but I enjoy it. The nicotine's a bit above medium; better in the morning, for me.

This is a brilliant blend, I love it!

Highly recommended.

Pipe Used: Levent Meerschaum

Age When Smoked: New

Purchased From:

5 people found this review helpful.

Sentul Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Sentul (12)
Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

I first bought this a couple of years ago and when I opened the pack it smelt a bit acidic, almost vinegary.

With trepidation I filled my pipe and didn't enjoy it one bit but I persevered with it a week or so later and it was sort of OK but nothing to shout home about.

A week or so again I tried it and WOW !! This tobacco was absolutely lovely.

I don't know if it's me and it takes a couple of pipefuls of it to get used to it but this tobacco is absolutely a first class blend

Taking the Night Train is not just a recommendation but a must.

This is First Class Travel ! ... and no-one with a pipe should be without it!

This tobacco is so, so lovely, I fall in love with Lady N all over again every time I smoke it.

Purchased From: Rich at 4noggins USA

5 people found this review helpful.

Pipestud Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pipestud (1825)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Very Pleasant

I'll take a ride on the Night Train any time.... I opened mine after reading Mo's review (had the tobacco for awhile, just had never gotten around to trying it).

I like the sweetness and the Burley/Perique presentation along with the Virginias. It is easy to rub fully (which is my favorite way to smoke Night Train), and it burns easily.

I do think there is a little too much perique in this blend for me to consume it on a regular basis.... But, nothing wrong with choo chooing on the Night Train every once in awhile.

5 people found this review helpful.

CoolPilot Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
CoolPilot (69)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

What a surprise! And what a crumble kake. I cut it with a sharp knife, then I rub the tobacco. Wonderful smoke. I can define this "a full smoke experience", a perfect blend for me, with the cavendish almost unnoticeble. There are few tobacco that once the tin is open you cannot alternate with others. This is one of them: I have smoked the entire tin bowl after bowl. Essentially this is a VaPer blend, but the burley and cavendish are giving it a PLUS in terms of taste. While the Briar Fox is a starting point , this is a final point. Very very good!

Pipe Used: lubinsky

Age When Smoked: unknown

Purchased From: Dubini, Chiasso Switzerland

Similar Blends: Briar Fox.

4 people found this review helpful.

butman Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
butman (47)
Medium Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant

Wow, this was a revisit for me and I don't know what happened since, but I fell hard for this tobacco. It has that old time Va, Burley and the bit of spice from the Perique and I enjoy smelling the smoke as much as I enjoy the taste. Goodness, I have really been enjoying it. I burned up a 2 oz. can and immediately ordered some 8 oz. cans. This is a crumbly cake and it crumbles easy. Even Steve Fallon could get this one broken down. Okay, try this old blend. It's been around a while and should be around a long time.

Pipe Used: Dr. Bob Pot, Skater, Cole Billiard

Age When Smoked: 1 year

Purchased From:

Similar Blends: Lunchtime Blues, a bit like Waccamaw, but not as spicy.

3 people found this review helpful.

Britannia Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Britannia (10)
Medium None Detected Medium Tolerable to Strong

I'll admit upfront that I'm not a fan of high concentrations of Perique in a blend. I bought this on a whim while "working my way through C&D" burley blends fully knowing that this did not use perique as a condiment so I'll adjust my review accordingly. I really like Old Joe Krantz and that lead me to believe I could up my perique intake, Nope.

Fantastic presentation of crumble cake, smells like oatmeal cookies when inhaling from the tin. It does not overwhelm in the nicotine department, I rate it as a solid medium. Slightly spicy from the perique and also slightly sweet from the Virginia's, I could not detect any burley in this, probably due to my taste buds being overwhelmed by the perique.

To the perique lovers out there I would rate this 4 stars, for me two stars.

Pipe Used: Stanwell bent Acorn

Age When Smoked: 6 months

Purchased From:

3 people found this review helpful.

mnadz Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
mnadz (66)
Medium None Detected Mild to Medium Tolerable

As I am trying to go alot of C&Ds burley blends, I found this one lacking in Burley. I typically enjoy Latakia blends, but recently started to enjoy the earthy robust taste of Burleys...the blend just has to deliver in the Burley dept. This one unfortunately does not. This is much more a Vir/Per...and in this category, there are much better choices. If you are searching and experimenting to find why C&D is so well known for their Burleys, you might want to skip this one. I am giving it 2 stars, because it is smokeable...on the sweeter side with a mild to medium taste profile (again, I like bolder blends). Wife found the room note OK.

Pipe Used: Ben Wades

2 people found this review helpful.

haredawg Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
haredawg (47)
Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant

I'm going to do my damnedest not say anything like ‘I've been working my way through Cornell and Diehls blends' though I sort of have been, it's not that methodical. I'm also going to try really hard not say which pipes I've smoked this blend in, because, seriously, in my Becker oom Paul it was effervescent and in my family era rough root five dot Sasieni billiard it was merely bubbly, we're really just name dropping our favorite pipes, and it is kind of personal preference. Sure, a hot burning Virginia flake is going to taste different in a pot than a stack, but if you're reading tobacco reviews you likely already have your preferences. You know, it's weird, I really like this but the one guy (not looking at site right at the moment, sorry one guy, I know you have a name) was right, the first charring light of the first bowl in a decidedly average Il Ceppo poker tasted just like soap. I have been through most of the Gawiths and other Lakeland tobacco companies and never understood what the hell the ‘lakeland soap taste' was all about, but yeah, this tasted just like saying the eff word to a nun. You get a little Ivory/Dial flavor on the second light and then it starts tasting like a Va/Per. I'm not quite sure what it is, but something is a bit different, in a good way, The burly and Cavendish are barely noticeable (I tend not to like much or any of either) I mean, for instance, I really like escudo and I'm pleasantly surprised when I find a Va/Per that tastes like escudo, but damn, I might as well have a shelf full of escudo you know what I mean? I'm not looking for the holy grail or chasing a dragon, I just like taking a taste of everything on the menu.

I like krumble Kakes, I like the taste of this, I'll probably get more when I go through these four ounces, but it's going to take a while to do that. I'm guessing this next statement happens with a lot of cornell and diehls blends but --- I find myself mixing this with other things. Particularly C&D Pirate Kake and Oriental Silk, I don't have a formula, I just do it by eye and feel --- the other two are kind of boring by themselves, this isn't, but still, the three together makes for an unusual and stimulating unconventional kind of English leaning towards Va/Per with Orientals depending on how you mix. I'm going to try this in a new pipe I have coming from Italy, new as in a different kind of pipe. It's a regular Radice Chubby pipe but with a large cooler chamber in it's stubby shank. I think the guy, Luca, at neatpipes designed it, Radice makes em for him. Check it out, Aerobilliard.

2 people found this review helpful.

tmoney Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
tmoney (24)
Medium to Strong Mild Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

I bought this stuff and let it sit for a month.... Holy crap. Amazing. The taste was great, had a very nutty flavor in it, like almonds. And the smell was surprisingly sweet. I love this stuff. Night Train was strong, too. Make sure you are sitting down when you smoke this stuff. The smoke lasted a long time as well. Took 1 hour and 15 minutes to finish it. If you like blends like Billy Budd, Three Oaks Syrian, Habana Daydream and other smokey flavors and are looking for something that has a good mix of natural smokey flavor and sweet, then you should try this.

UPDATE: Just a fair warning, this tobacco is loaded with nicotine. It makes me a little bit dizzy when I have had too much. So if you get this and dont like nicotine overload, then just take it easy when you smoke it.

2 people found this review helpful.

catdaddy Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
catdaddy (18)
Medium to Strong Very Mild Full Pleasant

What a wonderful blend Night Train is. It burns well straight out of the can and produces an abundance of flavors throughout the bowl. The touch of perique adds to the complexity rather than stealing the show.

Fantastic stuff.

2 people found this review helpful.

RoundTwo Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
RoundTwo (38)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

Normally, I am not a big fan of Burley anything in a pipe because it reminds me of cigarettes. This is the first blend with Burley that I can say I truly enjoy, as in I would buy again. I taste the Virginias, Burley, and Perique with a sweetness that is reminiscent of the sweet/sour effect of an Oriental, however, this does not contain Oriental so that must be from the Cavendish. Non-aromatic Cavendish is something I tend to enjoy. This blend is balanced very well with the flavors so I must recommend it to anyone who enjoys these types of blends. I prefer to smoke this in the evenings while drinking scotch.

Pipe Used: Briar

Age When Smoked: Fresh

Purchased From: Smoking Pipes

1 person found this review helpful.

Gentleman Zombie Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Gentleman Zombie (729)
Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant

A wonderfully fruity and spicy smoke. The Perique leads with it's dark fruit and spice. At first the nutty, earthy Burley tries to keep up then fades to the background with the sweet Virginias. I'm a bit of a Perique junkie and I find this blend to be a nice fix. Very satisfying on multiple levels. Burns cool, quite often with only one relight toward the end. A lovely smoke.

Medium in body and taste. No added flavoring. Burn is near perfect.

Pipe Used: MM Little Devil Cutty, Little Devil Acorn, Marcus

Age When Smoked: fresh

Purchased From:

1 person found this review helpful.

GabrielCRT Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
GabrielCRT (94)
Strong None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant

Bold Burley, very natural tasting bright Virginias, spicy and slightly fruity Perique, and a minute amount of smooth Cavendish. I find as I smoke this that I don't really pick out the individual tobaccos as much as focus on how they all come together. It tastes nutty, bready, spicy and occasionally sweet. Like all of C&D's crumble kakes it performs very well and smokes well with moisture which I prefer for blends with Perique. There are many candidates for a full-strength last smoke of the day but Night Train is amongst my favorites.

1 person found this review helpful.

jackinthegreen Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
jackinthegreen (4)
Strong None Detected Full Strong

I'll give it two stars because the tobacco is high quality, but tastes like high-quality shredded rubber tires to me. I love most C&D blends I've tried. Some are my very favorites, even heavy perique blends such as Cajun Kake and Exclusive. And I like their burleys, too, but somehow the combination of everything in this is just not my cup of tea.

Age When Smoked: 1 year

Similar Blends: Pirelli Kake.

1 person found this review helpful. Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note (120)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium Pleasant

Summary: Looks like a granola bar, tastes like a granola bar, and provides a flavorful sweet smoke that has enough strength to be interesting.

"Night Train" takes a familiar mixture of Virginias, Perique and Burley and makes good use of the brighter, sweeter Virginias to create a wholesome flavor with moderate nicotine. The cake, flecked with gold and tan speckled in brown, gives off the fruity smell of Perique merged with the sweet hay scent of bright Virginia.

When lit, this smell intensifies along with a spicy, sweet and broad flavor. The guiding force behind this blend is complementary flavors, and the Virginias and Perique work together to guide this like the raisins in a granola bar. The Burley, like scattered nuts and grains, rounds out the flavor while the bright Virginia takes on a honey-like role. It is delicious and wholesome like the best of the health food turned confection that a good granola bar can be, but also, like all earth grains type foods, has a single dimension: sweet grain and fruit.

For this reason, "Night Train" -- while delicious -- serves best as an occasional smoke. It is not all that interesting because of its singular dimension, but for the pipe sipper with an all-day task, creates a wonderful background aura through its gentleness and outright deliciousness. I wish this came in flake form, as the crumbly and dusty cake seems onerous to me, where a rubbed-out flake being in leaf and not partially sawdust form lights better and burns more consistently.

1 person found this review helpful.

Knightsmoker Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Knightsmoker (137)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

UPDATE . . . Jar stamp indicates that it is at the 2 yr 10 month date. Coffee notes are not as prevalent, dark dried fruit notes are present but less so than my memory of this new. Everything else is about where it was. The blend has gotten softer and rounder overall. I view this as improved overall a very good blend. No change in overall rating at this time. Still recommend and worth trying.

This is a very good VA/Per,etc. blend. I get a little slightly bitter sweetness like a caramel or toffy flavor in a robust coffee. In fact, it reminds me of Starbucks Kati Kati Coffee with its bold flavors and various notes. This actually makes me want a cup of coffee every time I smoke it. The VA's are sweet and remain in the background, The Perique adds dried fruits picked up on the retro-hale. The Burley adds that slightly nutty characteristic too. The Cav. is in the background as it should be I think I pick up some sweetness there too. Overall a very good blend that has a noticeable amount of vitamin N. to keep you satisfied. It will bite if pushed and if I try to smoke more then 3 bowls a day I do start to feel it. I think this has aging potential and I have put away a few oz. to see how it will fair in a few more months/years.

Age When Smoked: 6 months

1 person found this review helpful.

SouthBound Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
SouthBound (10)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

I really have nothing to offer beyond what nesta and The Commoner had to say already. The burley and perique add a very satisfying counterpoint to the sweetness of the virginias, which are playing lead fiddle in this harmonious band. It's a wonderful blend that I have been burning through very quickly lately. Highly recommended.

1 person found this review helpful.

nesta Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
nesta (7)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

This is a complex and interesting blend. It is all natural, with no flavoring or additives that I can detect. Obviously that doesn't mean there are none used, but none that I pick up - this is just about as natural a tobacco as you will find.

To my palate it is very VA forward, with burley way in the background and just a enough Perique to jazz it up a little. It is mildly sweet, along the lines of brown sugar, honey, and graham crackers, but the burley and perique perfectly temper the sweetness to create a well balanced and never cloying blend which still has a lovely Virginia dominated character. You can think of this in terms of a hoppy beer, if you wish, with the zesty, bitter hops balancing the sweetness of the malts.

This blend comes pressed in a brick, and rubs up with great ease pretty much however finely you desire. I tend to rub it out to a "fish food" consistancy, much like Old Joe Krantz, but sometimes also leave it just slightly chunkier for a slower burn. When fully rubbed, it reaches perfect moisture in a matter of around 15 minutes or so. It comes a bit moister than most C&D blends, quite likely due to being pressed.

With a 1lb block of the stuff available for less than 30 bucks currently at many online retailers, this blend is a true bargain. It possesses enough depth of flavor, richness, and strength to satisfy me, and offers a slow, satisfying burn. There are many blends I enjoy as much as this, but there are very few that surpass it.

I will say that the first time I tried it was from a 2oz tin, though I'm currently working through a pound of the stuff. The first two or three smokes rubbed me the wrong way and I didn't really "get" it. I found it had an astringent and harsh flavor for the first few minutes before settling down. These days I never notice that quality, and find it a thoroughly pleasant smoke from start to finish. If at first you don't like it, give it several more tries; you may be like me and learn to love it.

While it may not be for everyone, I truly love this tobacco. Four stars on all points.

1 person found this review helpful.

Big Blue Jazzman Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Big Blue Jazzman (47)
Medium None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

This blend tastes absolutely delicious. Quality tobacco's only here! All those virginia's blend together for quite a taste sensation. The perique plays along perfectly. Sensational from start to finish. Top notch!

1 person found this review helpful.

Noorrmm Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Noorrmm (193)
Strong None Detected Full Tolerable to Strong

Wow, this one is different. The blend is first cut, then pressed int a solid brick. It looks like a plug, but does not need to be sliced. The brick is mottled in color, with a fairly high percentage of dark leaf showing, and has a rather pungent, fermented aroma. I approached it by pulling some off the brick, then rubbing it out. I also tried tearing small pieces to insert into the pipe. This was very hard to light, and to keep lit. When rubbed out, it lit easily, with a first impression of solid Perique. I mean, head swimming time. This is not an eye-opener for me, but rather an evening smoke. The initial blast mellowed out soon into a rich, smooth smoke with some tingle from the Perique, and a sweet balance from the Virginias. There was also, at times, a slight cigar note which I attribute to the dark Burley present in the blend. This is the most butt-kicking blend I have tasted from Craig. It stays quite pleasant until near the bottom of the bowl, then becomes a bit stronger. I feel this should be enjoyed in a smaller pipe. Definitely not for the beginner, nor for the faint of heart.

1 person found this review helpful.

dixcreek Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
dixcreek (103)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant

Excellent crumble cake, brindle and black tobaccos with a sweet earthy tin note. Could just whiff on this for a long time. Rubs out to perfection, packs easily and takes fire well after initial char. Taste is sweet, earthy, fermented fruit, nuts and a bit of leather. The tobaccos play well together but I feel the perique is the main player throughout the most of the smoke. Consistent flavor throughout. Nicotine hit is medium for me. For me I like this late in the day, but sometimes I feel bold and start the day with a bowl and several cups of Death Wish Coffee. I seem to get quite a bit done on the farm after that morning session. Solid 4 for me. Will buy more, soon. As for usual with me C&D never disappoints!

Pipe Used: Various cobs

Age When Smoked: New and jarred 3 months +

Purchased From: Smoking pipes

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gahdzila Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
gahdzila (60)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

Presentation is crumble cake, with nearly equal amounts of light, medium, and dark brown strands. Firm, but easy to work with. I like breaking off a chunk with my fingers, cramming it into my pipe, and topping with some of the broken strands. Moisture level is perfect out of the tin.

Perique is at the forefront, spicy/peppery/fruity. The Virginias add sweetness and a touch of citrus. I'm getting a good burley backbone, but not a big nutty flavor. On retrohale, burley is a bit more obvious and perique is a bit spicier. Perique spice/pepper seems to build as the bowl progresses.

Good stuff. I like it, but I don't love it. There's a bit too much perique for my tastes.

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Corvus Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Corvus (36)
Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant

Night Train turned out to be a little different than I had imagined. I think it was a combination of some of the reviews I had read, maybe a promotional blurb or two, and the name. I was expecting a bold and powerful smoke with an onslaught of nicotine and Perique, but the experience is of a gentler variety. This is no speeding train, but rather a genuine, solid smoke.

While the tin is plain Jane, lacking C&D's often humorous art, the cake is magnificent. This is primarily bright leaf, with a beautiful yellow appearance interspersed with the dark Perique. All constituents are easily identified. It handles beautifully of coarse and can be smoked right away. A little bit of seasoning in an opened tin, resealed, really helps develop the flavor. I had the faintest whiff of strawberry when I first popped the tin. The Perique however dominates the tin aroma, and the other tobaccos are mild and sweet.

When I first smoked this I found it a little flat, with a bit of bite, but certainly not steamy. The bit of drying alleviated these issues. While this is VaBurPer, it's Virginia forward. Really, the combination of the flue cured and Cavendish dominate, with some bright fruit, some sweetness, and the barest traces of steamed sugars. The Perique is largely absent in the flavor, other than a slight pepper that is more noticeable as a feeling than a taste, but pops up on the retrohale. The burley too does not add much to flavor, but rather seems to dull the other parts some, but may contribute to a slightly doughy taste that lasts throughout the bowl. Part of my failure to get much burley may be the other blends I've been smoking lately, chiefly C&D monster burleys like Big N' Burley. The taste does intensify a little toward the end.

At times I get similar tastes to Briar Fox. Like that blend, this is quite smooth. A very nice tobacco, and a welcome interlude relative to some of their bigger products. In just about all respects this is of medium characteristic: body, strength, and taste. I'll visit this again, but later down the line, as the train I'm on is through their vast product catalog. A solid three, but just not enough steam to stand out as a four star blend.

Age When Smoked: 3 months

Purchased From: Smoking Pipes

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Ig88 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Ig88 (9)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium to Full Pleasant

The smell of this stuff reminds me of litter box with just a hint of cat turd...which isn't a good thing. But I know not to judge any tobacco via the smell of it out of the tin. Packing is great with the crumble cake and the moisture content was just right.

How does this taste? Amazing. There is so much going on here it's difficult to put into words. I was really impressed by how much flavor is packed into this. I get a wonderful taste of clove, raisin, cocoa and coffee. This is one of those tobaccos that you have 'buyers regret' when you first open it and smell it and it makes you realize how wrong your initial judgement can be.

This is an excellent, flavorful blend.

Wife note is good too!

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TallPuffO'Burley Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
TallPuffO'Burley (492)
Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

I was sent a sample of this and really loved it. It was strong, earthy and had a nice sweetness to it. It burned well and was some quality leaf as one would expect from C & D. If you like C & D blends, then I think you will like this. That said, Virginias from C & D tend to be more on the earthy side and less the grassy hay sweetness that you would get in say, a sam gawith Virginia.

So if you are more into that type of Virginia and like a good bit of burley backbone to go with it, then this is your blend. I want to give this one four stars, but the fact that I smoked my sample in big bowls meant I only really got 3 bowls out of this and don't think that is a good enough sample to give out four stars at this point. I will buy more of this one though and will revisit this review later.

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clanobucklin Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
clanobucklin (102)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

Wow! Have my tastes changed. I remember trying this back in the late nineties and I remember thinking - meh!

But here it is 2015 and I have retried it and I have to say as far as VaPers go this could be one of my favorites.

Smooth, complex and semi sweet - what more could you ask for? For those Folks who love VaPers and are looking for something different - give this one a try!

Pipe Used: Courtley Billiard

Age When Smoked: New

Purchased From: C&D

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Bricky Craig Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Bricky Craig (2)
Medium Mild to Medium Medium Tolerable

Not much I can add that had not been said already. My personal take is one of highly favoring this over most Vapers thanks to the Kake preserving the freshness of the Perique. I too think it smokes best in a larger cob pipe that will keep things cool and handle the moisture of the Kake. It's a very complex blend that I enjoy with strong coffee. It does bring a vision of relaxing in an old steam engine train coach chugging along in the old south on a sultry summer night. I can see myself puffing on my old cob or clay under the lamplight as the scenery goes by under the light of a full moon and the strong smells of the night blend with my pipe smoke. Nice vision, classic 4 star blend.

Pipe Used: MM Danish Spool

Age When Smoked: 12 MO.

Purchased From: Pipes and Cigars

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cobacco Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
cobacco (52)
Medium to Strong None Detected Mild to Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Tin note = fermenting hops. Nice quality kake without excess moisture. Crumbles and dries quickly. Slightly persnickety relight is followed by an amazing sweet and nutty flavor. Burns cooler and longer than a typical Burley blend. The smoothest Burley blend that I've ever smoked. Flavor is consistent throughout the bowl and has a wonderful beer-like aftertaste; perique zing builds a bit, but stays mild enough that I can smoke a bowl without a drink. Flavor is mild enough that you want to tamp for taste. Good to the bottom of the bowl; smokes to fine ash. N level is medium+. C&D sure knows how to make great kakes. Imagine a kake shelf with Night Train on one end and Pirate Kake on the other, Cajun Kake and Bowlegged Bear in the middle- fantastic!


Age When Smoked: 7 months

Purchased From: smokingpipes

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ROBERT Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Mild to Medium None Detected Medium Unnoticeable

This blend grows on you it keeps on getting better the more you smoke it like all the blends I smoke I also smoke this nice and slow and enjoy it.

Pipe Used: 4 dunhill size

Purchased From: smokingpipes/pipesandcigars

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Mr. Scruffy Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Mr. Scruffy (2)
Strong Medium Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Very acrid tasting when first lit, this blend does begin to develop a flavor after the first few puffs. Unfortunately that flavor is one of a sweet soap. I have smoked this blend (rubbed) in a virgin cob, a meer and a briar mostly used with virginias. In each and every case the opening fruitiness quickly vanishes and I'm left with a soapy aftertaste. The nic does kick in on the second half of the bowl, and adding insult to injury left me with a sour stomach.

On the plus side it was easy to keep lit and burned very cool. A slow smoking blend.

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Sailorjack Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Sailorjack (57)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

Night Train seems to have me thinking in musical terms for some reason. This one is for all of you bass-heads out there. Night Train hits all of the low notes with gusto and power. Deep , Dark , Full with amped up power, there is nothing subtle about it. I appreciate and enjoy quality bass but prefer my blends more balanced with the highs and mids still present and clear. In that way I find Night Train to be a bit one-dimensional but it is certainly a high quality dimension. Smooth , cool smoking and with a generous portion of ole Vitamin N, Night Train is definitely a must try and with the low price is certainly a absolute bargain. I find it a touch monotonous and therefore I don't find it appropriate as an all day smoke but as an end of the night smoke with your favorite libation it will not fail to satisfy.

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Piper@thegates Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Piper@thegates (20)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium to Full Tolerable

If you like your tobacco 'natural' without any added distraction of flavours, essences or aromas and with a nice nicotine content then Night Train should suit your requirements. I find the pressed cake form of production very agreeable as it tends to keep the flavours of the tobacco longer without drying out as quickly as many flakes do and Night Train I feel is a prime example of this.

A bright mixture of Va, Burley and Cavendish pressed and presented in a very appealing brick/cake form. No distracting aroma of cherry, chocolate, whiskey etc, the pure, raw flavour of the tobacco, most notably the Burley, with the addition of the nose tingeling sensation of the added Perique. For any smoker who is just making the transition from cigarettes to pipe then I would suggest you try Night Train. For seasoned pipe smokers this may be a little bland and unidimensional but decent enough for a change of pace if you're a lat freak like myself.

I'm really not very good at detecting room notes of tobaccos I smoke but the taste and strength of Night Train I would say are up in the high medium to full range. The nicotine content is very noticable without being overly so. All in all a decent change of pace for the lover of the more smoky latakia blends.

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NEWMAN Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
NEWMAN (286)
Medium to Strong Extremely Mild Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

Received my bulk as a pressed brick that was rather dry and easy to separate. However, it's hard to leave as chunks for loading, especially into small bowled pipes, and when rubbed out you don't get what I consider a broken flake. Smoked dry and cool with a rich taste and enjoyabel aftertaste. I normally prefer true flakes and perhaps my packing technique resulted in my multiple relights.

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LV9 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
LV9 (76)
Strong None Detected Full Tolerable to Strong

This is the first blend that the whole "symphony" concept that other reviewers talk about made sense to me, all the ingredients of this blend are noticeable during the whole smoke with out any of the overpowering the other, this is not for the novice it takes some experience to appreciate this blend the perique presence is great the sharpness of the virginias are there the whole time along with their respective sweetness, the burley give this blend the presences to hang around your palate, the cavendish is there but the proportions of it has to be minuscule, the nicotine is great, I'm actually scare of this blend because I probable found my all dayer blend and is too soon for that in my pipe smoking journey, the only sensible thing for me to do is to buy as much as I can afford and start stashing away. The tin that I've been smoking has 4 years in cellar, the preparation is simple tear off and stuffed in your pipe light it and start puffing, but be warned smoke slowly if you want to appreciate the all the components, smoke fast and the bite tongue will get you. This blend makes me wonder why C&D do not offer more of their blends pressed?.

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Tripjoker Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Tripjoker (65)
Medium to Strong None Detected Full Tolerable


Now that is what I'm talkin' about. This is a very good blend in my eyes. You get a perfect balance between the four component tobaccos, with expert consideration being given to their individual characteristics. This is the product of master blending at it's best. And to think this blends price is so affordable, that you can buy it in 3-5 pound lots with as little damage to your wallet as a man has the right to expect for quality this high.

Taste is full and rich. Sweetness with just that perfect edge of bitter. Sometimes tasting exactly of caramel taken just a bit farther than normal on the stove. Dark and delicious is the flavor. There is plenty of nuance and complexity here if you sip slowly and savor the smoke.

Vaper lovers will probably love this if they like the stronger blends. All others, should be prepared for a serious tobacco with a fair bit of Nicotine. But we all like it a little rough now and again, don't we?

Buy pounds and this will age with grace.

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Demetri Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Demetri (113)
Medium None Detected Full Pleasant

With my purchases of C&D blends being well researched here before I invest, I have failed to experience one of Tarler's creations which does not please me. This one goes straight to the top of the list. I (in my most unqualified opinion) consider this to be a variant of the VAPer class. The addition of the burley along with a heavier portion of Perique kicks Night Train up a notch on the flavor scale in comparison to, say, Escudo. I first smoked this in a Barling saddle pot and only found it somewhat difficult to keep lighted. Upon the first few puffs an Escudo-like flavor was immediately evident but that quickly changed as the spicier aspect of Night Train came on full force (and I was drawing lightly). The burley seems to round out the Virginias nicely giving, at times, a buttery taste. I love this blend. My non-smoker wife pronounced the room note as "Very nice" (but I have been bombing her with Latakia based blends for so long she might be biased toward any change). At around half the price of Escudo (which I will still buy whenever I find it), this goes into the once/twice per week spot in rotation. Not an all day blend unless one has a rather placid livelihood as it will relax one quite well, too well. I also appreciated a burn lasting well over an hour and a half.

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periqueguy Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
periqueguy (43)
Mild to Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant

Night train is a very enjoyable smoke however, it was a bit hard to keep lit when smoked immediately from the tin. After a day or two, the tobacco dried to a perfect temp. and improved noticably. I really enjoy this blend and highly recommend it to the English fan.

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7formy1911 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
7formy1911 (37)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

UPDATE 2/10/09: I've found this smokes wonderfully in a 1950's vintage Kaywoodie 1/4 bent meerschaum prince. For some reason the shallow, wide bowl brings out the flavor for me a lot better than a tall narrow bowled churchwarden that I had originally started smoking this in. Try a few different shapes out for yourself, there is a noticeable difference.

ORIGINAL REVIEW 1/27/09: When I first got the 1 oz chunk of Night Train I was skeptical. It really didn't have a specific smell to it other than tobacco and maybe a hint of sweet spiciness. At that point I had set myself up for disappointment. I was impressed with the way the "block" rubbed out into larger flakes. The moisture was perfect. Those two facts don't make a good smoke.

When I first placed match to tobacco then all that predetermined disappointment chugged away with each puff of smoke. This is an absolutely flavor packed smoke that really gives you a good punch of perique that melds with the virginias. A wonderful spicy tartness developed as the bowl progressed with hints of sweetness here and there. One thing I must caution is that the nicotine kick will have your stomach doing flip flops if you don't have at least something in there to fight off the Vitamin N. I'm not very sensitive to nicotine but even this one had me wishing I had a snack before the smoke.

This is not an every day smoke for me but it has left enough of an impression that I get a hankering for it every now and then. This is my first tobacco I've tried from C&D and if this is a portent of their other offerings I will be stocking up with all I can.

A four star smoke that would be a perfect after dinner smoke especially after Thanksgiving or Christmas. If you enjoy perique this would be a wonderful place to step aboard. I wouldn't recommend this for the novice. If I had tried this while I was new to pipe smoking I probably would have quit right then and there. Now that I've got some years under my belt it helps me to appreciate this blend that much more.

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quantumboy Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
quantumboy (130)
Very Strong None Detected Full Tolerable

I'm into cigars so I just had to try this stuff after all the reviews. I smoked a bowl when it first arrived four months ago, and was only mildly impressed. Maybe I smoked it too fast. Don't know how old this stuff was when I received it, but it seems to have improved with only a few months of aging. This morning I filled a mid-sized billiard about 3/4 full and fired 'er up. Yum! Can't wait to crack open my little Ball jar a year from now!

This tobacco smokes itself. Burns very smoothly and predictably, never had to relight. Can't emphasize enough to puff it very, very s-l-o-w-l-y during the first half-bowl. Too fast and the briar heats up and the taste gets too sharp. Nurse it and the virginias come through admirably, however half way down I found that a bit more aggression brings out a lot of richness.

The flavor is not overly complex, and it stays quite consistent throughout the bowl except for a bit more toastiness and creaminess near the bottom. The excellent aftertaste reminds me of when I was a kid visiting my uncles' barn, with the smell of old hay, manure and feed. You country boys will know what I mean.

I have very few vapers in my stash because I'm very particular about them, but this seems a perfect blend of sweet (VA) and bitter (PER), blessing the puffer with a really well-balanced, rich, strong smoke with absolutely no bite. I would love some suggestions for other great vapers.

Cigar smokers will love this one.

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kdsmith Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
kdsmith (2)
Medium None Detected Full Pleasant to Tolerable

Rub it out, don't "chunk" it. This tobacco lights and burns well and the moisture content is right on. The taste, to me, is right on the money as well. I wasn't knocked down by the nicotine. It was noticeable, but not over the top.

All in all, this is a very good smoke that I recommend. The name sounds too much like bum wine though, and that probably drives some potential purchasers away. Nobody likes to picture themselves drinking Night Train from a bottle wrapped in a paper sack...

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Bluenoser Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Bluenoser (34)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

Mr. Tarler has a special ability to manipulate traditional mixtures such as the "Virginia/Perique" with the addition of top notch Burley tobaccos. It is a bold maneuver such as this that distinguishes Mr. Tarler's innovative approach to 21st Century tobacco blending. Mr. Tarler is truly a Master Blender. Night Train is an outstanding mixture loaded with Virginia Perique flavor,old fashion strength and connoisseur appeal.

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DoctorThoss Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
DoctorThoss (146)
Medium to Strong Extremely Mild Medium to Full Tolerable

I don't have much to add to the other reviews. Suffice it to say, this stuff is wonderful. It's presented as a crumble cake and smokes beautifully even when you just drop a chunk into your pipe, but you can rub it out if you want to. The flavor is deep, dark and sweet -- the effect is similar to that of a very dark chocolate. It'll bite if you're not careful, so go slowly. As others have pointed out, it's also got a serious nicotine punch (which I like). I can't quite give it four stars, but it is nonetheless well worth trying out.

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Pipe4ever Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pipe4ever (204)
Very Strong Very Mild Medium to Full Pleasant

Strong tobacco, High nicotine level, sweet, spicy and little fruity, presented in pressed block.The smoke flavor is excellent; it remind me the flavor of Briar Fox,

Night Train requires an advanced (very slow) smoking technique. I would highly recommend this tobacco for veteran pipe smokers who enjoy nicotine overdose.

Aromatic and new pipe smokers will not enjoy Night Train. same with me since I cant absorb that much nicotine in one bowl.

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Slow Triathlete Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Slow Triathlete (48)
Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable to Strong

Woooo Woooo, it?s time to hop on the train. The C & D Night Train that is.

Everyone who I talked to about this blend had the same response. ?Get ready, you?re in for a ride. I hope you like nicotine!!? And then they would usually chuckle. They all told me that this was one strong smoke and not to smoke it on an empty stomach.

I ordered a 4 oz sample of this from and it arrived in brick form so I quickly started pulling it apart and rubbing it out a little bit. It seems to have the perfect moisture content straight away. I put this in a jar to let it rest a bit after rubbing it out and unfortunately I forgot about it. Now it?s about two months later and I think that it?s about time to break this stuff out and give it a whirl.

Right off the bat this blend gives off a sweet/sour fruity kind of taste. Delicious in my opinion. The spiciness of the Perique also kicks in very early on. Whoa, I can tell already that this one is going to pack a punch. This blend stays lit better than most that I have encountered. But watch out because if you start puffing on this too fast you will regret it. I let it get away from me one time when I was reading and not paying attention. Didn?t really notice anything except the spiciness of the Perique became almost overwhelming and the next thing I know my head starts to swirl from the nicotine. I actually had to put the pipe down and go to bed after that one.

If you take your time with this and sip on it very slowly it is a very, very good smoke. The sweet/sour flavor remains pretty consistent throughout the smoke but the sour takes over a bit near the end but not in a bad way. The spiciness of the Perique is present the whole way through and really adds to this blend I feel. It adds a kind of dark spice that plays in contrast to the sweet/sour flavor that I mentioned.

I assume that the room aroma is as strong as the blend because at one point my wife walked out on the porch and said, ?Man, that stuff smells like it would kick your butt!? She wasn?t far off of the mark.

While I wouldn?t recommend this to a new pipe smoker, if you have a few years under your belt I would highly recommend it. Some people enjoy the stronger stuff and some don?t. I think that I lie somewhere in between. While I will definitely keep this on hand for an occasional smoke there is no way that I could smoke this on a daily basis. For those of you who may be cigar smokers I would compare this blend to the La Flor Dominica Chisel. This is so far the strongest blend that I have smoked so far in this genre but it mixes strength with great taste and that is what sets it apart

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mo Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
mo (79)
Medium to Strong None Detected Medium to Full Tolerable

I enjoyed this blend very much. It really reminds me of Briar Fox by the same company but with a little tang. I find the Perique really enjoyable until the last third of the bowl when things become as spicy as a curry.

I find the burn rate and temperature very much to my liking and packing was very easy.

The tang and faint sweetness is really tasty and I find this to be a nice change of pace from Briar Fox but not good enough to replace it in my rotation. I say this because I like Briar Fox or blends similar in strength as evening smokes and BF just has that wonderfull right kind of bitterness. Only a piper will understand that last sentence. lol

Its great being a piper isnt it???

Mo, South Africa

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Ducksbreath Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Ducksbreath (115)
Strong None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant

After smoking a lot of Haddos and Bayou Night these past few months, Night Train reminds me a bit more of traditional Va/P mixtures. Still, it is another wonderful and unique offering from C&D, and outclasses and outguns many of the European produced Va/Ps, which to me often come off as slightly tasteless or bland, not strong enough and unexciting.

No blandness here. There is a delicious fruity character which reminds me of apples or apple cider, and more than a touch of VA sweetness with some Burley body. And then of course, the big P.

The only caveat I have is it seems as if it could bite, so I go more gingerly than I do with Haddos or Bayou Night. No reason to buy expensive imported blends by the 1.75 oz with stuff like this around, as long as you like your VA/P to be on the strong side, as I do. Yes, I am sure proper aging will make it even better, as C&D tobaccos are all shipped a little young.

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Spike Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Spike (296)
Very Strong None Detected Full Tolerable to Strong

I may raise the rating after further contemplation but for now this is three and one fourth out of four. Too strong for me. Kudos to C & D for making this though.

4/11/2005: I cut this plug tobacco into small cubes. After drying a while in a zip-lock baggy this tobac is pretty good. A strong un-flavored straight ahead tobacco. An occasional indulgence. Three and one half stars.

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Art_A Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Art_A (7)
Extremely Strong Strong Very Full Tolerable

This is a Burley blend but unlike any Burley I have smoked before. this is as satisfying as most of the full English blends I usually smoke. First impression is Perique and I do mean Perique. The Perique is very strong but does not overpower the blend. the under tone seems like latakia but there is none in this blend. About half way through the bowl it smothes out and the Perique has lessened and the other flavors really begin to show. there is no bite and the blend is not exactly what I would call smooth but it is not harsh either. At the end a bit of sourness like most English blends and the next bowl I smoke will be in a small clay, this baccy has a nicotine hit. I would advise for a new smoker to wait a while before trying this and if you like your nicotine light stay away..

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