|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|JimInks (1951)||Very Mild||Medium||Very Mild||Pleasant|
The burleys are a little nutty and earthy with a drop or two of molasses. The Virginia is grassy. The black cavendish has a very mild vanilla note. The champagne topping covers much much of the taste, though it does weaken a little in the last third of the bowl. It also has a distracting chemical flavor. Has little nicotine. Burns well, but gets warm on the tongue if you puff beyond a moderate rate. Not a very smooth smoke. Leaves some moisture in the bowl. The after taste stays with you too long.
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