|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|StevieB (1911)||Medium||Strong||Medium||Very Pleasant|
James Barber - Plum & Rum.
This is one of those blends where it's a simple job to review: a perfectly stereotypical aromatic.
Due to the ingredients the smell from the pouch somewhat resembles cough syrup: a bit sharp, sweet and fruity. The entire quantity of tobacco's of a good hydration, and it looks to me like it's a well rubbed flake.
Onto the smoke: Neither of the added flavourings outweigh the other, it's a fair split. As the added taste's are rather heavy, they mask the tobacco's quite a lot. They can be identified, but it's a struggle to do so.
A bad area? Tongue-bite: ouch, enough said!
Nicotine? About medium.
I'll end on a good point: the room-note's very pleasant!
This is alright, but I couldn't smoke a lot of it.
Pipe Used: Peterson Milverton
Age When Smoked: New
Purchased From: J. Barber
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