A special mixture of bright Virginia tobaccos. The broad cut and the Flake pieces established in the Cavendish method grant an excellent, slow and cool fire. To rounding-down the tobacco, it was added a little bit Black Cavendish as well as special peach essences which award an incomparably fruity and mild taste to this mixture.
|Contents||Virginia, Black Cavendish|
Medium to Strong
Medium to Full
|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|ruffinogold (81)||Medium||Medium to Strong||Medium to Full||Very Pleasant|
A beautiful broken flake/coarse cut with an aroma that jumps out in the Danish tradition . The room note is of sweet peach . It lights like coarse cuts do and does burn kinda slow . Like many danish blends , imo , it starts at the light a little warm and aromatic . Once you have it settled it becomes quite cool and very pleasent . The peach flavor is up front at first w/ a natural sweet Va behind it . Getting into the bowl the peach is side by side w/ a natural va flavor and becomes very smooth . Down further , and toward the end , it builds some richness , remaining smooth . The tin I have is from 1994 . It's 2011 . I dont know what would be different about this along side a fresh tin . This one takes you on a bit of a ride from begining to end . The smothing out and building of richness is pretty nice .
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