|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|JimInks (2028)||Mild||Medium||Mild to Medium||Very Pleasant|
The flue cured Virginias are a little grassy with a minor hit of citrus, and a touch of earth and honey. The burley is a little toasty, nutty and earthy with barely any sweetness. The black cavendish has the mildest vanilla note possible, and isn’t often noticeable. The rich peach topping sublimates the tobaccos, though it’s not overbearing in strength. I do notice the tobaccos just a little more in the last third of the smoke. Has virtually no nicotine. Burns fairly cool, clean, and creamy smooth at a reasonable pace. Requires only a few relights. Has no dull spots and won’t bite, though a slow pace is recommended. Leaves a little moisture in the bowl. The after taste and room note are very pleasant. An all day smoke.
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