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A familiar old classic, this blend expertly mixes bright Virginias and rich burleys with the contrasting flavors of rum and maple. An interesting and pleasant smoke.

Notes: Once sold as Tinderbox Mashpee Maple. Lane discontinued the blend, and it was re-released by Planta (Germany). Currently sold as "R&M" due to changed regulations.

Manufactured ByPlanta
Blend TypeAromatic
ContentsBurley, Cavendish, Virginia
FlavoringMaple, Rum
Packaging50 grams pouch, 100 grams tin, 250 grams tin
ProductionCurrently available
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Mild, Mild to Medium
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JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (2158)
Mild Medium Mild Pleasant

The rum was a minor player at best; never really tasted it that much, as it was subdued by the light maple topping. The Virginia was grassy, and the burley was slightly nutty. Hardly had any nicotine. It always burned a little fast and had a tendency to bite unless you sipped it as you smoked. The flavor was fairly consistent. Left a little moisture in the bowl, and needed an average number of relights. Had a decent after taste. Was an all day smoke.

5 people found this review helpful.

Hemlock Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Hemlock (60)
Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Medium Pleasant

This review is based on the Planta Tobak version, German in a 100g tin. Nice everyday all-day smoke. Not a goopy aromatic at all. In fact, very neutral, natural tobacco, with a nice aroma for bystanders (this is an important point to consider for the modern day smoker). Primarily has a tobacco taste with a touch of sweetness from casing and topping. Although I can't say it is explicitly rum and maple, it satisfies the smoker with nicotine along with aroma and flavor that adds a dimension. Clearly, this is NOT cheap tobacco hidden by flavourings.. It is good quality tobacco from my observation, in texture and flavor. Good for a quick smoke in a small bowl. Texture is nice - relatively large cut blend, easy to pack and will burn a full bowl on its own without more than a couple re-lights if you ignore the pipe from time to time. I would buy this again.

Pipe Used: Dr. Grabow

Age When Smoked: 1 year

Purchased From: German Tobacconist

5 people found this review helpful.

the_german Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
the_german (264)
Mild Mild to Medium Mild Pleasant

I first tried this blend during my Black Cavendish phase, a long time ago. At the time, this was an affordable tobacco (just the right price bracket for a college student), and my first pouch rewarded me with a very nice, sweet, somewhat rum-ish scent. The room note was beautiful, the taste helped in getting me off the BCs, and the tobacco burned down easily, without much maintenance, right down to the bottom of the pipe.

Then they changed the recipe (sometime in the early 1990s). I learned this from the next pouch I bought: I threw it away after a few pipefuls refused to be anything but goopy, horribly bitey, burning unevenly and otherwise misbehaving (with the sole exception of the room note, which was still delicious). I brought the pouch back to my tobacconist of the time, and complained that I had gotten a tainted pouch. He told me that I had not been the first to complain; and the pouch was not tainted, no, they had changed the tobacco. In consequence, so did I.

5 people found this review helpful.

tleek Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
tleek (48)
Mild Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

I really enjoy this tobacco. I was expecting an intensely aromatic blend, but that is not what this blend is at all. There is a very odd but good tobacco taste, i mean you could tell this is an otc blend but it has a very odd but delicious taste, mostly burey, a little va and a little bit of taste from the topping. No rum really, but a little spiciness.

4 people found this review helpful.

constantsmoker Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
constantsmoker (65)
Mild to Medium Very Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

A very pleasant Burley and Virginia combination at an affordable price. This has been a mainstay tobacco for many smokers (including myself) over the years. R&M may not have much evidence of either rum or maple, but it is an appealing, light aromatic that makes for a great, every day smoke. Remember, just because it is sold in a drug or variety store does not make it 'bad', tobacco snobs notwithstanding. You could do far worse.

4 people found this review helpful.

Buster Bluth Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Buster Bluth (56)
Mild Mild Mild Very Pleasant

I keep a couple of little "Bent Bobs" and "Cobs" and a can of Rum and Maple in my desk at work. It is light, fragrant and makes friends easy. I'm a young single guy that smokes a pipe. This is seen as rare and weird by the uninformed. However, Rum and Maple is a lady killer as far as pipes tobaccos go. Non-smokers and cig smokers like to be around and describe the aroma as like toasted marshmallows. Furthermore, I've gotten new pipers in my age group started with a ziplock of this stuff

In the comfort of my home, I'll have a Churchwarden full of something English from a tin, or a bulldog with something Flaked and Virginian. At work or in the car, it's Rum and Maple. When fishing or woodworking, it's Granger. Complex hobby, isn't it??? However, I can't be snobby, and buy what works.

It's not a complicated tobacco. However the casing isn't over the top and you get some good tobacco flavor. It's relatively dry and doesn't goop. It's become a "go to" for me in the past year.

I found it interesting that this was once advertised containing Syrian Latakia. I did my own little mising experiment, and a little smokiness beefs it up, althougfh it does just fine by itself.

3 people found this review helpful.

BROBS Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
BROBS (47)
Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant

This is a not-too-overly-cased aromatic that allows the tobacco flavoring to shine. For the price, I don't know if you can get a better aromatic that's so widely available in Europe. Does have a bit of natural sourness to it, maybe it's the rum? Maybe the tobacco? I can taste the Maple for sure and it has a pleasing aroma to the masses. I wish we could get this one here.. not sure why we get so many other Planta offerings but not this one which is in my opinion their best? Burns well but can burn hot if you puff way too hard. I would buy it again but I'm not going to fly to Germany to get it!

Pipe Used: Vauens, MMs

Age When Smoked: direct from tin, also pouched. 6 mos

Purchased From: Tabak Sommer Megastore Munich

2 people found this review helpful.

DenizBeck Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
DenizBeck (265)
Mild to Medium Medium to Strong Medium Pleasant

Rum and Maple was a real surprise to me the first time I smoked it. I bought this, because it was cheap and my father started out pipe smoking and I thought we can share the pouch. In the past I hestitated for a long time before buying this. At first i thought I wouldn't like rum toppings, but after I like Salty Dogs Plug, as well as Navy Flakes with rum that concern was gone. But Plante is very infamous here, known for making the most chemical and nasty it took a while before I stuggeld through buying this blend.

R&M somehow is the exception under the Planta blends! Upon opening the very well and classy designed pouch (which is a pleasure for itself to me!) you get greeted by a rather chemical, yet bearable and intriguing scent of maple, that's accompanied by a citruys-fresh and slightly sour-tangy scent of what's supposed to be the "Rum". It doesn't smell like real rum to me, yet the smell from the pouch is inviting and even tho it's artificial, I find it to be not too aritficial. They managed to find the sweet spot here.

The ribbons look beautiful with colours ranging from golden-orange (Virginias), to brown (Burleys) and black (Cavendish). Easy to pack, easy to light, not a problem to keep lit. The pouch comes in perfect condition to smoke right away.

On first light I got greeted by a intense maple flavour, accompanied by the "Rum"-flavouring, which provides citrusy-sour, slighty spicy and fresh notes. I also perceive a slightly floral aroma. At first the flavouring is a bit overpowering to me, but it tames after a few puffs. The flavouring is consistent throughout the smoke, yet it leaves (some) room for the tobacco to contribute some notes to this composition. The added flavouring is the star player, which is supported by the tobacco. The Burley delivers a rich aroma of nuts, molasses and a gentle spice. The Virginias are rather tamed to me and support the citrusy-sour flavour of the Rum-topping with it's lemonlike, tangy notes. The black Cavendish contributes hints of vanilla and enrich the mixture with a fermented aroma.

Usually I prefer blends, where the tobacco dominates when smoking aromated toabaccos (which isn't very often), yet somehow this blend simply works as it is! Even tho the flavouring seems overpowering at the begining it slowly lessens and reaches a moderate and pleasant strenght.

Rum and Maple is rather mild, with not much of nicotine, so it's very suitable for beginners, whom like a aromated and mild smoke. Yet be aware, this is a full-grown aromatic, if you want pure tobacco this isn't your choice. If you're looking for an interesting (full-grown) aromatic, like maple and/or rum - this is a go-to blend for you.

Now I know the reason, why this tobacco does exist for this long - it's uncomplicated, widely available and even tho it's pretty artificial, it's simply palatable. Really not the climax of tobacco blending, but a solid smoke, which can be enjoyed all-day and also provides a pleasing room note.

3/4 stars for a surprisingly good classic blend. Not a tobacco I smoke every day, not even every week. But definetly a tobacco I'll happily come back to by times and enjoy a nice bowl of it, when I have a sweet tooth!

Pipe Used: Clay Pipes

2 people found this review helpful.

whitebriar Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
whitebriar (30)
Mild Extremely Mild Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

this is basically a burley tobacco--if you are a consumer of English or Vapers blends, and compare everything to those tobaccos, don't bother with R & M--you may as well stop reading--

if there is any aroma of rum at all it is very light--i find no real maple aroma--whatever casing that is used is very light--just a slightly sweet taste upon lighting up--the tobacco is pretty dry in the tub--about one quarter way down the bowl, the burley really begins to shine--

it packs well and burns right to the bottom of the bowl--NO GOOP--

it has a robust burley taste--those who grew into adulthood smoking the codger blends will most likely enjoy it--this is not a blend with a large assembly of flavors waiting to be discovered--what you taste is what you get--it is an easy blend to enjoy regularly, if not all day long--easy to smoke; no fuss keeping it lit--

if you are a burley man, try it; you'll like it--

2 people found this review helpful.

jankoez Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
jankoez (67)
Mild to Medium Medium Mild Pleasant

I must confess - I purchased this blend simply because I have smoked it once some 25 years ago, when it was at that time quite rare in my part of the World. Then it was something different... But today it is good looking, nice smelling tobacco without any thrill in smoking. Pleasant memories turn into big disappointment.

2 people found this review helpful.

Pipestud Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pipestud (1825)
Mild Very Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

I figured I might as well give this a try after reading Eulenburg's review. And I was indeed surprised.

The pouch aroma was very nice without being too sweet. The rough cut tobacco was more dry than moist. That too, was a good sign.

Upon lighting, I did detect some sort of flavoring but I sure never would guess Rum or Maple. It tasted mostly like Burley tobacco -- and while not world class Burley, it certainly wasn't bitter. Well, it did make me pucker a bit toward the bottom of the bowl, but nothing I couldn't live with.

Cheap and good!

2 people found this review helpful.

Eulenburg Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Eulenburg (193)
Mild Extremely Mild Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

A most agreeable surprise.

I paid all of $2 for a one-and-three-eigths-ounce packet of this old stand-by, and fully enjoyed it!

There is some large, bright leaf, and a somewhat darker, broken-cake, tan leaf. I also see something darker still, probably air-cured Kentucky burley.

The Kentucky gives this a bit of oomph down below, but mostly I taste something that reminds me of roasted peanuts. Our esteemed "Morleysson" would probably call it "the real taste of tobacco", by which I guess he means the taste of burley: buttery-smooth burley, in this case. I taste no rum or maple, just a gentle, plain-spoken, well-balanced American blend.

This is one of the best-kept secrets of the country store byways, and, unless you are totally bigoted against such products, you ought to try RUM & MAPLE. You won't regret it.

2 people found this review helpful.

Room Note Professor Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Room Note Professor (44)
Mild Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant

Despite being discontinued in the US, this blend is still available in a number of countries.

I was pleasantly surprised after buying a pouch on a whim. I tried this tobacco a long time ago in my first weeks of pipe smoking and found it extremely bitey, irrespective of how slowly I smoked. I also found it too lacking in sweetness. Today, as a somewhat more experienced piper, the bite has turned into a pleasant, tangy mouthfeel and the lack of sweetness has turned into a positive.

The smell in the pouch is of burley, raisins, oranges, sherry and earth. Despite its name, this is not a rum cased tobacco. Once lit, the taste is of tobacco mixed with a non-sweet, almost spicy or incensy maple. This is a very unique taste.

The room note is old fashioned and manly. The tobacco aroma mixes well with the spicy maple; the tobacco aroma doesn't disappear as with, for example, Dan's Blue Note or Peterson's Sunset Breeze. A lot of non-smokers like it despite the fact that Rum & Maple is not ashamed of being a tobacco.

A little tidbit: Rum & Maple is the trademark tobacco of Thabo Mbeki, former president of South Africa.

1 person found this review helpful.

CornCob Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
CornCob (94)
Mild to Medium Very Mild Mild Pleasant

Well Ive always loved this brand and im sad to here it has been discontinued. I find it packs very well in the pipe and stays lit all the way to the bottom. To me this mixture blends well with almost anything and is great by itself(it says something similar on the can)In my opinion you have to be a drugstore aficianado to apprecaite this blend. I always have some on hand amd find my self craving it a couple times a week.

1 person found this review helpful.

Loboatomy Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Loboatomy (40)
Mild to Medium Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

I had smoked many a pouch this a few years ago when I was still learning how to smoke a pipe and formulating my preferences and I remember liking it but not being overly enthused secondary to it's "blandness" compared to some of the other tobaccos I was smoking then it sort of "dropped off the radar" and I wasn't able to find it in any of my local stores. I then moved onto other things and trod softly in the world of the virginias, made the leap to perique and fell in love with a black lady named Latakia...

However, I was browsing through a tobacconist a few towns over who had several packages on the shelf and I picked up two of them on a whim and tossed them onto the "drugstore pile" for later evaluation. My father happened to be over tonight and noticed one of the packages sitting in my tobacco nook and marvelled at it for a minute...turns out good old Blend #53 was his favorite pipeweed during WWII when he served as a merchant mariner in the pacific. He stopped smoking a pipe shortly after the war was over and re-started again in the late 70's at which time he moved on to "bigger and better" things. Of course, I broke it open, dad hauled out his big Grabow and we lit up.

To be candid, I took a two year long hiatus from pipesmoking from which I am emerging after a change in career/living arrangement etc. It's a wonderful experience to re-experience all of the tastes emerging from the tobaccos that I've had stashed away for all this time, but what is equally as interesting is that the break has enabled me to pinpoint more clearly my likes and dislikes in a way I wasn't able to when "in the jungle" of sampling and smoking many different types and styles of tobacco during a given week.

I've realized that I love the "American burley drugstore blends" even more than I thought I had before, and Rum and Maple turned out to be excellent on my second trip around. Only a slight hint of flavoring, mostly noticed as aroma when opening the pouch, the tobacco gravity filled the small Kaywoodie prince I had chosen (burleys smoke best out of a narrow bowl that is more tall than wide)and tamped with ease.The tobacco was at the perfect humidity and seemed to be mostly a cube type cut with a few stringy pieces thrown in, all golden brown to umber in color. Lighting was easy and positive, and the first couple of puffs contain a wonderfully light, "boozy" perfume that is more smelled than tasted. No hint of maple was apparent to me, but there is a discreet rummy note throughout which complements well the creamy nutty aroma of burley. From there, the tobacco burns well, and when smoked lightly gets neither wet, hot nor "bitey" though it does burn quicker than one might expect. As is characteristic with these types of tobacco, it got a bit "brash" towards the last 1/4 bowl at which point I usually do the dump. Burleys seem to be so low in natural sugar that they don't stove in the bottom of the bowl as do virginias and most of the casing dissipates during the preceeding 3/4 of the bowl making the ending harsh. At $2.50/pouch I feel that this is a worthwhile sacrifice.

I smoked two bowls of this tonight, and the now opened pouch will ride in my pocket tomorrow for further evaluation.If I like these two pouches as much as I did the smoke I had tonight I'll be purchasing a tin of this (also stocked by this same tobacconist) sometime soon. My father stated that after almost 60 years he really couldn't recall how similar it was to what he used to smoke back then (he's a confirmed McClelland man these days), but he liked it well enough and packed himself another big bowl "for the morning" before he left.

Could this be the proverbial "all day smoke"? Possibly, it's light, inexpensive and easy enough with a decent bit of nicotine, but I suspect that this will take a place in my "drugstore" rotation along with Middletons Cherry Blend, Revelation, Prince Albert, Hickory and Granger all of which I find myself leaning towards during this second incarnation as a pipesmoker.

Recommended, if you can find it...

UPDATE 1/15/09: Hickory is all but gone--a sad loss of a peculiarly american flavored burley. Now it's getting harder and harder for me to find this stuff and I fear that it's next on the list. I hadn't smoked it in probably a year so I opened a fresh pouch the other day and loaded a nice deep billiard and went for a drive. Still nice, still that whisping nuance of maple through most of the bowl. It's amazing how once you get onto a real burley kick that you start really noticing the delicacy of the flavors in these blends. Still reccommended.

1 person found this review helpful.

BigSwede Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
BigSwede (80)
Mild to Medium Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

Update I acquired a couple of no name canadians with large bowls this summer and noted that most of the codger burleys smoked very well in them (i.e. SWR, PA, etc). I recently dug out my tin of R&M, purchased over a year ago and tried it in the simpler pipes. VERY different smoking experienc. The flavor increases and while difficult to describe (almost but not quite sweet, smooth, kinda "marshmallowy") is more definite. Mostly its a pleasant burley base that seems to come through. These blends were developed, I think, for guys who smoked drugstore pipes and I think R&M smokes better in them. I'll be smoking this regularly.

Previous review: This is a pleasant, inoffensive and comfortable smoke. Like some of the other reviewers I found the flavor milder (from the 14 oz tin) than expected. Couldn't detect any rum and maybe found somethiing "mapley". I find it difficult to describe the flavoring. Some have compared it to Capt Black and while in the same ballpark, I found the R&M flavoring milder and less obtrusive. Burned a little fast but dry. I will smoke a pipeful of this from time to time and will enjoy it in that context, but it's not a tobacco thats likely to produce enthusiasm. If you enjoy mildly flavored burley mixes, its worth a try.

1 person found this review helpful.

mo Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
mo (79)
Mild Mild Mild Tolerable

This tobacco is a very honest product. I tried it when I bought my first pipe and never liked it because I was yet to learn the art of packing, tamping etc. For some reason I bought a pouch a few weeks ago and really do not regret it.It is not over flavoured, its not drop dead delicious, its just perfect for smoking when you cannot decide what to put in your pipe. I like to think of it as the tabak version of your little run around vehicle or old pair of really comfortable jeans... you get the picture. It does actually mix really well, 50% RAM and 50% Rhodesian makes for a no fuss smoke. Regards to Pipestud, Namaste to Pipepundit and greetings wise Eulenburg, you guys help me make great tobacco choices, ps Eulenburg, I love University Flake, lol. Mo, South Africa.

1 person found this review helpful.

SopwithCamel Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
SopwithCamel (255)
Mild Mild Mild Pleasant

I first tried this blend years ago, when I could buy it at local drug store. I remember if you bought the big tin, it would smoke a bit sharp until it dried out a bit, which was a common phenomenon with the OTC blends

I find the taste and aroma to be delightful. It is exquisite with a cup of good coffee. It smokes quite dry as well.

An amazing aside: If you go to the excellent site, you will find that this blend once contained Syrian Latakia! This should give us all an idea of how these old blends may have changed over the years!

1 person found this review helpful.

MJG Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
MJG (16)
Very Mild Very Mild Mild Pleasant

Leaf: Ribbon cut, dark gold and brown, much more Burley than Va, moist in the tin and definitely wanting drying time. 10 seconds in the microwave wrapped in a paper towel dried a bowl out for me just fine. Smelled amazing when heated up too.

Tin Aroma: This was great, not really rum like...or maple like either. It did smell like a fruit cake or some sort of sweet Christmas pudding or similar, maybe a little maple which gave it the sweetness, but no rum that I could detect. The tobacco itself is nice and it definitely smells like quality leaf, I don’t typically smoke Aros so the topping aroma may seem more powerful to me than it actually is. It smelled like I could eat it out of the tin as a dessert, I may still try this in an effort to see if there is any actual flavor in there.

Taste: Sadly not a lot to say here, very little if any of the aroma comes over with the taste, the tobacco itself is fresh and has no nasty tastes or unexpected difference to the usual Codger blends with Bu or Va, The burley is nutty and bready, the Va’s are noticeable and fresh and grassy, but nothing shines here, it is a little sweet presumably from the maple topping, no rum that I could find. I cannot say there is anything wrong with this blend, there just isn’t anything particularly good about it. If it was flavored more strongly it could be great.

Smokability: Mine has been in the tin since Xmas day and is still wet despite being opened constantly for me to take bowls out, definitely benefits from some drying time. Not very nice when smoked wet, so avoid it as usual. When it’s dry it packs easy, lights easy, stays lit, and surprisingly doesn’t bite at all if you smoke sensibly. Very easy to smoke and a fine all day blend if you don’t want to get mentally invested in your smoke.

Summary: Nothing to write home about but nothing to complain about either. This blend is as middle of the road as it comes, which is a shame, if it was flavored more it would be great, if the tobacco taste was more pronounced, it would be great. As it is, both are pretty unremarkable. The room note and tin note are great though, no denying that. Easy all day smoke for mindless bowls while you plod around doing things or just need a quick smoke, short of that I can’t see a reason to smoke it. I’m not an aro smoker but I don’t think there is enough flavor here to appeal to you if you are, and there isn’t enough of anything else going for it to recommend it to anyone else. I am sure the number of bulk “Rum and Maples” out there from any number of companies would be as good as or better than this if you were inclined to have some.

I will happily finish this tin as the kind of OTC you use when you are in a jam, but look forward to getting back to better tobaccos.


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paulw Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
paulw (52)
Mild Medium Medium Tolerable

I got excited about trying this.I bought a can smoked the can, bought another. Slowed down long enough for the second purchase to actually notice that I didn't like the finish and the after taste

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doc'spipe Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
doc'spipe (227)
Mild Mild Mild Pleasant

I smoked this during my early days of pipe smoking (over 33 years now) and was not impressed. No taste of either rum or maple and no tobacco taste for that matter. The reason I am reviewing this is that it has been said to be discontinued by Lane Ltd. However, while perusing the Dan Tobacco Catalog, I noticed it is listed (page 96) and available through them for those who are so inclined. The tin description is clearly the same, but is fancier than what we have been used to here in the USA.

Here's the link to the Dan Pipe website:

Go to the right and click on "English help." You will be directed to a page where you can download their entire catalog - a whopping 180 pages! Even when the Tinderbox produced their gorgeous full-colored catalogs back in the 80's, they weren't as good as Dan's. For all serious pipers, Dan's catalog is a gift! You won't be disappointed.

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Philo Beddoe Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Philo Beddoe (180)
Mild Mild Mild Pleasant

This is a decent Burley based aromatic, nothing to get excited about, just a rather plain tobacco. It has a decent room aroma and the flavor in the pipe is sort of tasty for the first few puffs. Try this if you enjoy Captain Black Gold.

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Spike Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Spike (296)
Mild Medium to Strong Mild to Medium Strong

There are a number of blends called "Rum & Maple". I can't find a pouch of the original anywhere in the western U.S. The big cans are available through the mail but I don't want 14 ounces until I can try a sample. The bulk versions I have tried are both "pancake syrup" types.

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