|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|machinebcon (50)||Mild to Medium||Very Mild||Medium||Very Pleasant|
A very inexpensive mixture from Hungary. Comparably bright, bronze colored Virginias with around 1/3 of black cavendish, in typical pipe tobacco cut: medium length (~3 cm) and not too thin, perfect moisture even after some weeks. Pouch note is reminiscent of brown sugar and natural tobacco. Packs and lits easily, burns comparably quick. Flavor profile similar to McBaren's Scottish, though less sauced. Very pleasant room note, and very close to real tobacco taste without being cigarette-ish. This is how light aromatic pipe tobacco should taste like, and those who like McBaren's Navy Flake, Larsen's 50/80, Davidoff's Danish Mixture or Germain's No. 7 should definitely try Jacht Club if they get their hands on it. All others: if you see it, get it and have a try. It is an inexpensive blend that is way better than its price would suggest. Not an overly exciting blend, but a tobacco mixture that does not disappoint. Highly recommended, and 4.5 of 5 stars from me ;)
Pipe Used: 4
Age When Smoked: 1 year
Purchased From: OTC blend, widely available in Hungarian tobacco shops
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