|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|Jacinto Cupboard (68)||Mild||Mild||Medium||Pleasant|
This is a short ribbon (chop cut?) of mostly mid browns with scatterings of light and dark leaf. The tin note is complex. Underneath the obvious Latakia are sweet and spicy aromas.
Takes a few lights to get going but once underway is a trouble free baccy.
This is a sweet and savoury smoke, possibly a little too sweet for my tastes, that has enough mid range wood and leather aromas to provide interest.
There is a suggestion in the reviews of this blend's previous incarnations that there is a sweet topping to this. I honestly don't know whether it is natural or not, but it is certainly a sweet blend. It has a very nice room note and gave no bite or wetness but did burn on the hot side, indicating that the Virginia component here is substantial. YMMV.
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