For many years, enjoyed the restrained, understated
English mix popular. Long-fiber-cut vote in Virginia
is well-thought proportions with Burley, Java, Black
Cavendish and a hint of Latakia.
|Contents||Burley, Oriental/Turkish, Virginia, Black Cavendish, Latakia|
Mild to Medium
Pleasant to Tolerable
|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|SMOKETSES (208)||Very Mild||Very Mild||Mild to Medium||Pleasant to Tolerable|
This mixture by George Huber is supposed to be the most widespread of his mixtures. I was convinced by “Theodorikas” that Huber has good tobacco, and so the tin just appeared in my cellar. A very flat mixture consisting of Virginia, Burley, Java (what is that?), Cavendish and a pinch of Latakia. Coarse cut tobacco that is smoked slowly with very flat taste. There is no sweetness nor from the Virginia nor from the Latakia. And its nicotine level didn't satisfy me at all. “Theodorika” this time you failed.
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