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BrandGawith, Hoggarth & Co.
Manufactured ByGawith Hoggarth
Blend TypeAromatic
FlavoringCherry, Cream
ProductionCurrently available
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JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (1592)
Medium Medium Medium Pleasant

The Virginia is much sublimated by the toppings, but a little grass/hay and earth still comes through. Strength wise, the Lakeland topping seems a little tamer than it is in other G&H blends, but the essence offers the expected flavor. I find it well compliments the richness of the cherry and cream, though you will notice the Lakeland a little more than the fruit. The nic-hit is just past mild. The strength and taste are medium. The flake is easy to rub out to your preference. Burns at an even rate, cool and creamy smooth with a consistent taste. No bite, no dull or harsh spots, and leaves almost no moisture in the bowl. Easily burns to ash. It’s almost an all day smoke, and perhaps is if you are used to stronger Lakeland topped products. It will ghost a briar. One of the easiest, comfortable of its kind to smoke. The after taste and room note are pleasant.

5 people found this review helpful.

SteelCowboy Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
SteelCowboy (683)
Medium Medium Medium Pleasant

Cherry Cream Flake, new to America, smells of, well, cherries and cream and the typical GH Virginias in the bag. Interestingly, the longer I dried it out, the more noticeable the cherry scent became to the nose. I was really looking forward to the new Brown Flake Vanilla and bought just two ounces of this as an afterthought as I find most cherry flavored blends not to my liking, but this was a different cup of tea. In the pipe, the cherry cream flavor is right there at the forefront, but allows more room than Brown Flake Vanilla for the Virginias to play a noticeable role. The cream and the cherry flavor are pretty balanced and there is a slight, pleasant tartness (not bitter) to the cherry flavor. There is no bite even when pushed and no real complexity to it which was fine with me. As with BFV, this is not a typical American style aromatic and devoted smokers of cherry Cavendish blends should give this a try, but be prepared for something with more strength and less sweetness. Overall, a very good flake for lovers of GH aromatics!

Age When Smoked: new

4 people found this review helpful.

StevieB Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
StevieB (952)
Medium Strong Medium to Full Very Pleasant

Gawith Hoggarth - Cherry Cream Flake.

The moment the pouch is opened a brilliant waft of cherries greets the nose. This, straight away, makes me expect a sweet, fruity smoke; this is a correct assumption!

I always rub my flakes and because these are a touch moist they need a little airing first. Once they've dried a little it makes for a great smoke though. The cherry cream flavour comes across superb. This one's definitely more of a full bodied aromatic, it hasn't just been 'slightly embellished' with additives, the cherry cream is without a doubt the star of the show! This, I guess, would make it too false for a lot of smokers out there. Although there's a lot of cherry cream flavour, the smoke doesn't bite me; its a cool and comfortable experience. The nicotine's about medium in this one, I think it would probably suit most kinds of smoker. Room note? Not suprising: cherries!

The rating is very simple for Cherry Cream Flake... a great aromatic well worth four stars.

Highly recommended.

Pipe Used: Peterson

Age When Smoked: New

4 people found this review helpful.

Gentleman Zombie Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Gentleman Zombie (546)
Medium Medium Medium Pleasant

Very, very nice flake. As far as strength goes, I'd rank the flavors this way; Virginias and Lakeland floral about equal followed by cream and then cherry. Although the cherry is the mildest flavor it's still evident in every puff. I liked this best in a cob, but it may be the shape of the bowl more than anything else. The briar I used is a tall and narrow Dublin. The cob is a shorter, wider pot. It's possible that this just tastes better in a wider bowl.

Very much a medium blend in all categories. Burns very well when dried and rubbed. A lovely smoke all around.

Pipe Used: Ropp Dublin, MM Dwarf

Age When Smoked: fresh bulk

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2 people found this review helpful.