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A blend of dark and bright Virginias with strong perique from Louisiana. The blend is pressed into thin plates, which are matured under pressure before being spun tightly into rolls around a core of black cavendish. Again the rolls mature before being cut and packed. Tobacco from three continents. Know it on the black eye!

Notes: It was released as a replica of Dunhill Deluxe Navy Rolls. Discontinued in late 2013.

BrandOrlik Tobacco Company A/S
Blend TypeVirginia/Perique
ContentsBlack Cavendish, Perique, Virginia
CutCurly Cut
Packaging50 grams tin
ProductionNo longer in production
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Wibblefishofdoom Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Wibblefishofdoom (139)
Mild to Medium Very Mild Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Going through a bit of a VaP phase at the minute as I've realised that I have smoked less of these than I'd like. I got this one as a recommendation on Pipe Smokers Forum and was quite looking forward to tucking in given its' supposed similarity to Dunhill's De Luxe Navy Rolls. I have to say though, given that Orlik blend both this and the Rolls and the similarity in appearance to them, save for the bull's eye of black cavendish in this, I'd not have been surprised if it had been called "Conflict of Interest". However, it takes a full tasting to see if the similarities stop there.

The tin aroma is nothing to write home about, hints of chocolate and some oakiness maybe. Rubbing out and packing is easy, some folk seem to use two rolls but I find one is more than enough to get a good hour's smoking time. Lighting is fairly easy so no worries there. As for the flavours, it took me quite a few smokes to discern them but now I seem to be finding new ones every time I light this stuff up. There's the light, lemony, syrupy sweetness that pops through a little similar to navy rolls but nicer, there's a buttery creaminess, there's chocolates, there's ooh la la by the bucket load. The flavours are delicate but also very nice, the way they fold into one another too provides a melange I think I would struggle to find in another tobacco, the only one I can think of is the lats, Turkish and virginias in Squadron Leader.

Before smoking this, I was barely aware, or interested, in how many VaPs (why are they called VaPs and not PerVs? Or does that answer itself?) I'd smoked. This one though, has made me sit up and take notice. It's got a smoothness and a variety and quality of flavour that's simply not present in de luxe navy rolls and is just wholely more satisfying. Although I think I would prefer a four star lat to this, I am quite happy to give this full marks. The only question is, given that this is nicer than and a good couple of quid cheaper than a decent enough brand name,why would anyone go for the navy rolls? I Guess a more appropriate name would be "Why would anyone buy Dunhill?".

4 people found this review helpful.

JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (2158)
Mild to Medium Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant

As this is Stokkebye's Luxury Bullseye Flake, I'm repeating that review here. The Virginias are a little more grassy than they are earthy, which makes for a nice contrast. They also have some citrus and minor dark fruitiness, in addition to a mild rough edge, which I attribute to the youth of the tobacco. The perique is spicy with raisin, plum, and fig sweetness as an important second lead. The lightly vanilla black cavendish in the center is small, so its smoothing effect isn’t a consistent one no matter how you prepare the coins. Has a slightly more than mild nic-hit. The coin is easily rubbed out, and burns at a moderate pace, rather cool with a fairly consistent flavor, except for when you hit a spot where the black cav is. Doesn’t require many relights, and easily burns to ash. Leaves very little moisture in the bowl. Has a nice after taste, and can almost be an all day smoke.

3 people found this review helpful.

FunkyD in the Morning Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
FunkyD in the Morning (7)
Mild Mild to Medium Full Pleasant to Tolerable

I'm pretty sure that in the smokingpipes/pipesmagazine videos, Orlik says that this blend is the exact same thing as Peter Stokkebye Luxury Bullseye...AND CHEAP!

Do I know for a fact? No. How can I?

Is there video evidence of Mr. Troels Juul Mikkelsen, the factory manager saying this? Yes.

YouTube Video

3 people found this review helpful.

Scalex Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Scalex (1)
Medium None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

Excellent tobacco. Great looking little spirals made from virginias, perique and black cavendish. I usually push the cavendish centre out of "eye", stuff my pipe with the rest and then put the cavendish crumbs on the top.

In the chart of my favorite tobaccos this one is the first one.

1 person found this review helpful.

orka Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
orka (64)
Mild Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

Some four years ago I bought a couple of tins of this as I've always been smitten with Davidoff's Flake Medallions, and all the talk about a cavendished center in Bull's Eye Flake made me suspect that it would be the same blend in another tin (I don't know, maybe that's why it took me so long to get around to it).

Anyway, this wasn't the case. To the eye they are similar and they're packed into the tin much the same way, in that playful little spiral that we know from the Dunhill and Davidoff offerings, but tin note is different for starters - it seems more muted to me; less of the winy perique intensity that the Davidoff has, to a bit less sweet and more mellow VA thing with some fig, cherry and faint earthy notes. The OBEF coins also seems to be a bit more "ragged" than their supposed counterparts. Not a big deal of course, but goes to show that somewhere along the line more work gets put down into the "high-end" branded tins, I suppose. These coins are also all but impossible to smoke folded, since they crumble so easily. This is not really a big deal for me, but perhaps worth mentioning nevertheless.

On first light I found it to be a bit sharp on occasion, but soon settling into a pretty mild, sweet and only barely reminiscent of perique-spice smoke. It strikes me as mostly a VA affair at first, but the perique does show itself eventually. I found it to become a bit more obvious the more my pipe got seasoned with this particular blend, however. There's a bit of that cherry in the aftertaste as well mixed in with a bready and sweet general flavour profile. It's an easy going blend with a pretty nice balance between strength, sweetness and body, not at all bad, but in the end I can't help but to compare it to Flake Medallions and Dunhill's DNR, and it can't quite compete in that contest. Even if I prefer the former coin cuts I'm not surprised this blend had its fair share of fans, as there's alot to like here. It's a pity it got discontinued, but at least there are other options out there - and I suppose that reflected in the sales when it came to the bottom line. Being advertised as a replacement for a blend that made a comeback, well...

On a closing note - it wasn't the cheap knock off of Davidoff that I first thought, neither is it a replica of any kind that I am aware of (definitely not of Dunhill's Deluxe Navy Rolls), but a blend that stood on its own merits and held up pretty well all things considered. Pick up a tin if you see one floating around out there, especially if you think DNR is too strong and Flake Medallions is more your thing but you wished it was a little milder and sweeter.

Pipe Used: Ashton Pebble Cut bulldog.

Age When Smoked: >4 years.

Purchased From: I forget, somewhere in the UK.

1 person found this review helpful.

StevieB Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
StevieB (1646)
Medium to Strong Extremely Mild Very Full Pleasant

Orlik - Bull's Eye.


The different tobaccos in this are balanced sublimely. The Virginia is prominent but the Perique and Cavendish give a subtle spiciness and sweet touch in the background. Even if I draw really hard it is very lenient with tongue bite. I get a very slight and pleasing dried fruit note with this one. It burns very evenly and the smoke is not at all hot, I just have to remove the top layer of ash half way through as it tends to impede upon the smoking.

Make sure the centre's fully distributed for a prodigious taste.


Pipe Used: Peterson

Age When Smoked: New

Purchased From: Smoke King

1 person found this review helpful.

Maccas Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Maccas (6)
Medium Mild Medium Pleasant

My first VaPer - watched a welsh guy reviewing this on utube and decided to give it a go. I smoked this in a small pipe, outside on a gentle February morning. Rubbed out two discs and made sure the black eye was evenly distributed. The tin contents had slight aroma - not over powering gentle like moist fruit cake. The pipe packed well and took tree matches to scorch and light - no issues there. The welsh fellow talked of a taste and mouth sensation like chilli chocolate - could not agree more. I thought the tingle was the begginings of Bite so was slightly disappointed but how wrong I was. The tingle was just a lovely enhancement. The pipe smoked well although as I enjoyed it I puffed at it a bit hard. I do not have a nicotine habit and so sometime suffer with a kick from the N drug - this baccy give me a gentle nudge in that direction and therefore stopped me puffing too hard on it. No bite, nice taste - not the ultimate pipe baccy I am looking for but definately very good. There was a gurgle in the pipe so I have rubbed out two more discs to dry out slightly and I am going to have a bowlful tonight with a dark ale. Give it a go.

1 person found this review helpful.

Weisenheimer Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Weisenheimer (19)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium to Full Pleasant

This is a tobacco out of the clone comprising Orlik Bull's Eye Flake, Stokkebye Luxury Bulls Eye Flake and Davidoff Flake Medallions. I tried them all, and they are all the same, only difference is price and country of availability. Excellent VAPer, with a core of Cavendish. Not as bold as Escudo or Dunhill DLNR would be (w/o the Cavendish core), but more “subtle”. A treat which has earned its own pipe, and showing its full performance after a couple of bowls.

1 person found this review helpful.

albfneto Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
albfneto (184)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium to Full Tolerable

A good tobacco. All the components can be scented: The Virginias, Perique and the nucleos of Black Cavendish. Four Stars for People that enjoy pure Virginias and Virginia with Perique blends. I'm not a specialist in VAPERs or in pure Virginias, but i enjoy this. Observation: In the Tobacco reviews Database, this is the same Blend so-called: "Bull's Eye Flake".

1 person found this review helpful.

thesmoggypipester Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
thesmoggypipester (52)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Very Pleasant

well where do i start on this treat of a blend, i love my perique mixtures and it was a toss up between night cap and this and seen as though the night cap was out of stock i opted for this, but let me tell you although it was a second choice never has a second choice been such a good choice. opening the tin, you get round about twenty five "coins" of a gorgeous mixture of bright and dark virginias mixed with the fabled perique then wrapped round a core of black cavendish, now im useless at smoking flakes so i rubbed the full lot out and left it for a week till today. opening the tin, theres a lovely sour aroma with a lovely underlying sweetness with the perfect moisture content, it packs so easily into my pipe and lighting up i was slightly surprised the flavours are very delicate and subtle but not so much you have to work hard to dig them out, theres a lovely underlying sweetness, with a subtle pepperyness, with a not so overly strong yeasty taste to it, the smoke is lovely and thick and creamy but the finish is bone dry, but hey i aint complaining. On a slightly funny note if a few people in a room are smoking this then to find them you may need a fog horn. but all in all this is a lovely smoke and i would say its a perfect vaper mix for smokers who want to venture into perique mixtures, im glad in a way night cap was out of stock because this is a gorgeous blend and 11 quid well spent, will deffinitely try to have this in my rotation, highly recommended and a must try for people looking for a different style or change of pace because this is a slow smoker and perfect for the times when you just want to relax and savour a good tobacco or think things over, and to top it off it has a nice room note. what more could you possibly ask for.

1 person found this review helpful.

salopst Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
salopst (15)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant

Yes another four stars for this one. One medallion folded and topped off with some broken bits from the bottom of the tin and this burns perfectly.

What more to say about flavors really that has not been said by those with finer understanding of tobaccos than I have? I get the hint of chocolate and the yeast, but not the peppery tones, not even when I exhale though my nose,-- unless I sniff the bowl.

I definitely will be getting more of this!

1 person found this review helpful.

henwrench Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
henwrench (16)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant

As the other reviews say, just get this stuff. Yes, similar to Navy Rolls, but so much more complex, not as refined and one dimensional. A wonderfully fruity tang, dark and spicy, the sort of creamy smoke that makes you want to literally bite down on it and eat it! For my palette, a perfect companion with Dunhill's Royal Yacht, just smoke the Bull's Eye before the Yacht, as it may seem a bit flat following Royal Yacht. I find two discs per bowl, rubbed out, is the perfect amount. 25 discs per tin, 12 bowlfuls.

1 person found this review helpful.

Susanna Hoffs Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Susanna Hoffs (74)
Medium Mild Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

If you like perique with a tiny drop of sweetness from the Cavendish and VA grassiness, then this is your kiddie. The perique is definitely there though, and in just the right quantity for me.

For those aged in their mid 30's in the UK, you may remember that you used to be able to buy red gob-stopper style sweets called 'Fireballs'

They came in packs of 3, and most corner shops near to schools would sell them at 10p a pack. The zing of perique is similar, though not quite as strong as the hit you got from those little red devils.


1 person found this review helpful.

PipesterJim Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
PipesterJim (47)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Tolerable

I must admit that I am not a huge perique freak, but I do enjoy a dose of the spicy stuff every now and then.

This is a solid blend, no doubt. I think that Davidoff flake medallions, which are similar in style, are possibly a bit higher in perique content. That puts the Davidoff offering ahead in my book, but these little discs do shine for me when they are in the right pipe. My churchwarden seems to smoke them very well. I like to push the cavendish out of the centre then stuff the rest of the flake and crumble the cavendish on top. The cavendish takes the light, then you get a nice kick of perique a minute of two after the opening puffs.

I think that McConnell's Scottish Cake or Gawith's St James flake will probably be my VaPer blends of choice going forward, but I am pleased that I took the time to revisit this one.

I can see that this could be a big hit for some pipers and there are no problems with the all round quality. For me it doesn't quite hit the spot and there are other VaPer blends I enjoy more, but it definitely deserves a solid three stars - Recommended.

1 person found this review helpful.

dieubussy Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
dieubussy (7)
Mild Very Mild Mild Very Pleasant

By using the name Bull's Eye, Orlik is in fact using a double- entendre: on the one hand we have the image of the slice, in its beautiful circular patterns between light and dark tobaccos, evoking the image of a practice target. However, as I've learned, the second meaning behind the name on the tin comes from the fact that the blender got the exact proportion - spot on! - of tobaccos used to build this monumental mixture.

It has that citrus flavor that is also available on the "Golden Sliced" variety - which I consider a top everyday flake smoke-, even if this mixture is an even bigger treat due to the heavenly Perique added to it: I often think its the dark Cavendish that opens the way for the Perique to unwrap It's one of those pleasures that remains burned vividly in my memory hours or days after I smoke it, just like a special reserve wine one drinks on special occasions and never forget. Unless you don't enjoy tobacco smoking at all or have lost your sense of smell and taste, I see no reason why you should not try to unravel the complexities of this exemplary blend.

1 person found this review helpful.

meerkat Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
meerkat (64)
Mild to Medium Extremely Mild Medium Very Pleasant

This tobacco makes me sad. Not because it's bad tobacco, quite the opposite. This could be the finest tobacco ever produced. It makes me sad because I just know that there will come a day when I will not be able to get it anymore or the blender will change the recipe or some other horrific tragedy will befall the world of pipe smokers and we will be left, broken and in despair, without access to this perfect product.

The sealed tin is easily popped with a coin and the twist-top lid removed to reveal a tin aroma of good tobacco with a subtle hint of, what I would say was, dates.

The tobacco comes at almost optimum humidity and the thin disks can be rubbed out and loaded so easily you'll think they did it by themselves.

It lights and stays lit easily, burning cleanly to the finish. The flavour being rich and moreish, slightly sweet and spiced, approaching that of a Christmas cake perhaps but somehow much softer; creamier and sweeter (a clootie dumpling is probably a more accurate, if more obscure, taste reference)

I never want the experience to end.

The price is good (in these parts, at least), the taste magnificent and it doesn't bite, leave any residue or misbehave in anyway whatsoever. I can't think of anything this tobacco is lacking (except, perhaps, the ready availability enjoyed by some (much) lesser brands).

Woe is me, that I should know such luxury! If I had not seen such riches I could live with being poor.

1 person found this review helpful.

Pipedawg Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pipedawg (16)
Medium None Detected Medium Tolerable

This could be just about the perfect va/per out there!

Upon opening the tin, it's the smell of rye from the high-class Perique that dominate. Newly baked rye bread? Discrete yet wonderful!

The rolls are a sight for sore eyes. I always rub them out completely though, but no matter how you fill your pipe, I find it most rewarding in a thick-walled briar. Preferably as big a pipe as possible, 'cause you never want this world class smoke to end.

I've cellared a few tins, because I have a feeling this tobacco will age like the finest wine, and it's like it is intended for aging.

Well if you are familiar with Dunhill's Navy Rolls, you know how this tobacco taste and behaves. It surely is the 1:1 replica of that. Well no, not really, it is very similar, but way better.

I'm pretty confident this will be an even greater tobacco with aging, but as of right now, it is a high-class four-star smoke. Orlik is in my book the finest house of tobaccos today, and the fact that they've been around for many, many decades, speaks for the highest grade of leafs and the ultimate art of blending.

Escudo, Haddo's, Solani... Well they're all good VaPer's, but Bull's Eye is in a league entirely of it's own.

It's kept very simple, but maybe that's what makes it the worlds greatest Virginia/Perique.

1 person found this review helpful.

Pipesmoking101 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pipesmoking101 (62)
Mild to Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant

I have recently cracked a tin of this which had been sitting in my cellar for a little over 5 years.

The tin note I got from this was a strong stewed fruit/fig/raisin aroma, hints of red wine, with something a little more savoury in the background. Very pleasant indeed, and gave me great hopes for the smoke that was to come.

I rubbed out these disks, they seemed to be a little brittle, and when I tried to fold them, they just fell to pieces. No matter, they rubbed out very easily & packed well. The tobacco took the light with absolutely no problem, and maintained it well, requiring few relights.

The taste of the tobacco didn't disappoint, fruity, wine like - also with hints of chocolate on the retrohale. There was the slight peppery element from the Perique, but not enough to impinge the sweetness of the Virginias. The taste is non-complex, and doesn't evolve much (the Perique's influence increases somewhat towards the end of the bowl), but nonetheless is pleasant and engaging, producing a lot of creamy thick smoke.

In terms of size, the rolls seem to be too small for a pipefull, whereas two are too much, as such, I tend to cut one in half & have one & a half rolls in a pipe at a time.

The nicotine content is between mild & medium, but this doesn't detract from the quality of the experience for me.

The room note is fairly pleasant, and carries with it some of the qualities of the smoke itself, a pleasant fruitiness and sweetness combined.

Overall, a great smoke, not a world away from Dunhill DNR. It is, however, no longer being produced, and as such I will eke out the remaining few tins I have over a long period to sustain my pleasure. The review given is for a tin that has been - as I said - in my cellar for five years. I cannot comment on whether a young tin of this would be the same, and I'm now never going to know. A pity that they've stopped making it.

Pairs well with a dry red wine, or with a light Scotch. Can also be enjoyed with a very hoppy IPA.

Pipe Used: GBD Bulldog, Duncan Hill Aerosphere

Age When Smoked: 5 years

Purchased From: My Smoking Shop

Similar Blends: Dunhill - De Luxe Navy Rolls.

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LondonCalling Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
LondonCalling (12)
Mild to Medium None Detected Medium Very Pleasant

I'd categorise this as a lovely all-day smoke. It's a well-bahaved tobacco which rubs down and packs nicely, takes a light well, smokes consistently and without re-lights. I detected no significant bite, despite the virginias. The perique is very evident, though I'm not so sure what the cavendish brings to the party. I'm not one for trying to find facsimilies of defunct blends, but as I recall this is genuinely similar to the old Navy Rolls. It's a shame it seems to have been discontinued, though there still seem to be some outlets in the UK offering the stuff.

Pipe Used: various

Age When Smoked: from new

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Christrom Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Christrom (34)
Medium None Detected Medium to Full Pleasant

Does not get much better than this! The taste is just perfect. I thought I was getting bitten but that is the spice of the perique which is beautifully balanced into the mix. I've just finished a bowl and already I want another hit!

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tomspeed Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
tomspeed (23)
Mild to Medium Extremely Mild Very Mild Very Pleasant

One of the greats and super beautiful natural tobacco Really lovely, really pleasant smell... I LOVE IT

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SteveH Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
SteveH (35)
Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant

This is the only tobacco I've encountered on 'T.B.' which has achieved an average rating of the maximum four stars. I'm not about to try to change that, though I must say that it didn't immediately strike me as anything special: it's subtler than that. I'm surprised at some reviews which refer to sweetness: it tastes bone dry to me, which is probably why it didn't immediately grab me: as with wines, sweet or medium-sweet ones have an immediate appeal, while dry ones take a bit more getting used to. This is a Chablis of tobaccos. The peppery perique spiciness is backed by just the right degree of dry, slightly yeasty body. Excellent, and worth getting to know (which I don't, yet: this is my first-ever bowlful: maybe I'll revise my review after a few more).

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the_german Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
the_german (264)
Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant

Another blend I could so far not obtain locally and had bought while on holiday.

In the tin, this blend has a heavenly scent, almost like swiss chocolate; less bready than Dunhill Deluxe Navy Rolls (which is also made by Orlik, probably using the same spinning machine) and somewhat darker. The presentation is very much like DDNR, with the coins darker, the outer part mottled bright and dark with a few stem leftovers in there and the interior, BC part being fully black (of course). The tobacco is smokable straight out of the tin; I crumble one or two coins into an appropriately-sized bowl and light up.

The taste is sweet and has more of the bread-ish BC note in it than the tin aroma. The room note is sweet and spicy, again with a bit of chocolate in there. It burns evenly, leaving a light grey ash. Burns cool, needs little maintenance -- no particular outstanding feature though; hence three (and a half) solid stars.

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erthbound0 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
erthbound0 (9)
Mild to Medium None Detected Mild to Medium Pleasant

Absolutely phenomenal smoke! Subtle yet strong, loud yet seductive, this smoke causes a mellow feeling to pass over your body. The cavendish needs to be broken up well. Rub out and ready to go. Smokes easy and tastes delicious all the way down. My current favorite tobacco. Deserves all 4 stars.

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Fubber Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Fubber (14)
Medium Extremely Mild Mild Pleasant

Fantastic stuff. For me, a real demonstration of master blending, I could quite happily smoke this and nothing else if it came to it. Whenever I buy it, I have to get several tins just in case I should ever run out. Really fantastic and seems to have got everything just spot on. A real Bull's Eye!

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

I could not wait to get my tin as I had heard Orlik was really going to try to appeal to the Escudo crowd since that blend seems to have taken to being yo-yo'd around to different blending houses.

Although certainly different in many ways than Escudo, it is likewise similar in the cut of the disc, the wafting in and out of Perique and the quality of the Virginia leaf. I do believe there is a hint of casing in this version. Whatever, it was tasty.

Best, Pipestud

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ian0077 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
ian0077 (7)
Medium Mild Mild Pleasant

Orlik Bull's Eye is just perfect. I used to smoke Dunhill De Luxe Navy Rolls, but as you may be aware, this is not available anymore. This is an excellent replacement. I know that if you liked DLNR you will not be dissapointed with this.

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