All the essentials of the Kentucky Blizzard Cocktail: Bourbon, Cranberry Juice, Lime Juice and Grenadine, are present in this composition of six different tobaccos.
|Brand||Sutliff Tobacco Company|
|Contents||Black Cavendish, Burley, Cavendish, Virginia|
Medium to Strong
|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|flakey (43)||Mild||Medium to Strong||Mild||Pleasant|
The tin note (bag note) is of sweet, tobacco-free alcoholic cocktail (hangover, anyone?)... I really enjoy the bag note. A dry hit from the bowl yields the same. Once alight, I find that it does not taste as it smells, but rather of either a combination of caramel & vanilla (if I smoke it slowly), or of warm antifreeze (if I smoke it too fast). Something tells me there's a good dose of PG, OE and possibly DDT in here (disclaimer: kidding about the DDT, I hope). Strangely, my mouth seems to develop a coating or film over the course of a couple bowls and my tongue starts to feel a little warm.
It's funny what a little comtemplation on what exactly you're smoking can do. I started off liking Kentucky Blizzard alright until I began to really think about it. Alas, a fascinating bag note just ain't enough. This blizzard done blew itself out.
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