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Only the finest natural light cavendishes are flavored with the taste of a famous Irish creme liquor to make Irish Pub one of the smoothest, most satisfying mixtures you will ever smoke.

BrandFader's
Blend TypeUnknown
ContentsCavendish
FlavoringIrish Mist
CutRibbon
PackagingBulk
CountryUS
ProductionUnknown
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Strength
Extremely Mild, Very Mild
Flavoring
Very Mild, Mild
Taste
Very Mild, Mild
Room Note
Very Pleasant, Pleasant
2.5
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dwalk8301 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
dwalk8301 (1)
★★★☆
Extremely Mild Very Mild Very Mild Very Pleasant

Super smooth. Amazing smell. A bit bland for my taste. There is a slight, strange, almost perfume taste associated with the blend. For an aromatic, it is a cool smoke with no bite. All around a good smoke. Not something I will add to my regular rotation, but certainly a blend I am glad I sampled. I am sure the folks in my general vicinity me when I light this one up are glad I sampled it as well. Enjoy!

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jpbass Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
jpbass (22)
★★☆☆
Very Mild Mild Mild Pleasant

Smells terrific either burning or not and you'll receive some compliments on the room note from non pipe smokers , especially women. The aroma is Irish Creme. I had not smoked any of this in over 20 years and just picked up a little the other night to see if I would still like it. I don't know if the recipe has changed over the years, or if it's because I'm not too keen on aromatics these days, but I thought it was practically tasteless at least until I got further into the bowl, and even then it was not all that flavorful. Well it's one of the cheapest blends they sell, and I only picked up one ounce, so it was just a $3 investment.

Addendum: I wound up mixing this with some Prince Albert and the result was pretty spectacular. I used roughly two parts PA to about one and a half IP. They seem to complement each other well. I would strongly suggest this. I may keep this mixture which I call Irish Prince in regular rotation.

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