|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|JimInks (1951)||Mild to Medium||Mild||Mild to Medium||Pleasant|
This is a mild aromatic that has a very small quantity of Cyprian latakia, which basically works to add a smoky, woody push to the blend. The major components are the nutty, slightly molasses sweet burley, and black and honey-ish gold cavendish. The black cavendish appears to be unsweetened with no vanilla. The topping is red wine, and there are some fruity plum notes here and there, too. There's a small pinch of cinnamon, too. Has little nicotine. Doesn't bite. Burns clean at a moderate pace with a consistent flavor. leaves little moisture in the bowl, and needs few relights. Has a very pleasant after taste, and is an all day smoke. If you're into smoking typical English blends, this isn't your mixture. Otherwise, you'll find it to be a pleasing experience. And if you find it similar to a blend named after a certain movie actor, well, you'll know what this is, see. Myeah!
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