The grassy, tart citrusy Virginia also sports a touch of wood, a floral note, very light sugar, and is lightly acidic. The strength is a couple of steps past the mild mark, and the taste is a rung past that. The nic-hit is a slot less potent than the strength level. May bite a fast puffer, and has a mildly sharp rough edge much of the time. A tad moist, but I did not dry it. This shag cut blend burns a bit warm at a slightly fast pace with a very consistent flavor to the end. The after taste is compromised by the acidity. Has an okay room note. Leaves little dampness in the bowl. Requires an average number of relights. An all day smoke that can be used as a mixer.
This is as straight forward a smoke as you get. The only real niggle is getting it lit, but after a few blasts with the flame on we go! The flavour's basic: slightly sharp, fresh, Virginia. It can bite, sometimes, so I go steady.
The nicotine: mild. Note: pleasant.
A good enough smoke, albeit a bit boring. Somewhat recommended:
I am familiar with this as I had a period of extreme poverty once or thrice. You can get 25g pack for £6 or you could. It's like cardboard ribbons. I used to grind it up smoke it in roll ups mostly. It did the job. Satisfied a need. I have never picked up buts..nor would I ever This was my rock bottom .and it was character building .
A very basic Virginia, it's cheap, it can burn hot and bite, it's just about ok if your on a tight budget, I've known people dry it out and roll cigarettes from it. If you can spring for a little extra cash ...... don't buy this, taste wise is again, just about ok.
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