|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|StevieB (1911)||Extremely Mild||Very Strong||Mild||Pleasant|
Sam Gawith - Black Vanilla.
I'd describe this as more of a straight Black Cavendish, coarse cut, blend. The pouch smells very sweet, it's a good inclination of what's on its way.
The flavour of the smoke, again, is sweet. The vanilla's strong, but there's also an extra flavour of something sweeter: honey, or maple, maybe? The extra sweetness might come from the Black Cavendish's manufacturing process, but it seems louder than most Black Cav's. Wherever it hails from, it makes for a superb evening/dessert smoke! There isn't a great deal of nicotine in this, I'd actually say it's extremely mild. The smoke that emanates is remarkably cool, and doesn't bite at all.
A nicotine smoker would probably hate this, but I assume an aromatic fan would adore it; it's better than I expected!
Pipe Used: Peterson Deluxe #3s
Age When Smoked: New
Purchased From: Cgars.com
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