|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|JimInks (1951)||Mild to Medium||Medium||Medium||Very Pleasant|
The burley cavendish is toasty, nutty with some earth and a little molasses. In a support role is flue cured orange Virginia which is a little tangy sweet with minor grass and earth notes along with a hint of spice. The black cavendish offers a mild vanilla taste in a small dose. The blackberry brandy topping is sweet with some distracting sourness, especially as you get past the half way point. The topping sublimates the tobaccos a bit. The nic-hit is barely mild. Won’t bite or get harsh. Burns fairly well and cool with few relights. Leaves some moisture in the bowl.
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