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From P&C's website: Previously only available from Dunhill stores, My Mixture 221B Baker Street makes a triumphant return after a long hiatus. This is a Virginia/Burley blend with a subtle top note in a similar vein to Royal Yacht and 3 Year Matured Virginia, but not quite as intense. Top quality leaf is cut into a fine ribbon and produces a relatively mellow flavor and aroma, but make no mistake, this is a robust blend with plenty of strength. 221B Baker Street is strong enough to delight the Great Detective himself.

Manufactured ByScandinavian Tobacco Group
Blend TypeVirginia/Burley
ContentsBurley, Virginia
FlavoringOther / Misc
Packaging50 grams tin
ProductionNo longer in production
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Extremely Mild, Very Mild
Room Note
Pleasant to Tolerable

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JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (3022)
Medium Mild to Medium Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

The Virginias are a little grassy with some citrus and dark fruit, along with a touch of smokey wood, floral and earth. The nutty, molasses sweet, lightly woody, toasty burleys play an important supporting role. There is some dark fired Kentucky present, which has hardly any spice. I can’t precisely define what the toppings are, but I get a light plum, raisin, citrus and fruit (apricot?) with a slight alcohol base, which is not distracting. The toppings are in the same family as the Dunhill’s Royal Yacht and Three Year Matured blends; in between both regarding strength and effect as well as having a little flavor variation by comparison to the aforementioned Dunhill blends. The strength is a step over the medium level, while the taste falls just shy of that. The nic-hit is almost medium, though it, along with the strength and taste positions gather a little more potency as you go along. Won’t bite, and I experienced no harsh or dull moments. Burns at a slightly more than moderate pace, cool and clean with a very consistent taste. Requires few relights, and leaves virtually no moisture in the bowl. The pleasant after taste and room note linger for a short while. Almost an all day smoke for the experienced smoker, and not quite one for the novice.

It compares very favorably to the original, and in back to back comparison, I note few differences, except the older version has a slightly more fermented taste, and is a little smoother. The older version has a little more potent nicotine and taste level, the latter being a little richer, deeper than this new release.


23 people found this review helpful.

Jorge Soler Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Jorge Soler (202)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium to Full Very Pleasant

I like this tobacco. The combination of Virginia and Burley leaf is quite balanced, but I am not sure it's got any Dark Fired in it. There is this subdued sweetness that comes and goes which I find quite interesting. I am getting grassy/earthy undertones from the Virginia whereas the Burley leaf sort of adds a toasty or darker dimension to it. I am finding this tobacco pretty much in line with Ye Olde Signe in some respects, but not as strong and full. The blend seems to gravitate more onto the Virginia side of the argument, but the Burley leaf will pick every now and then without quite dominating. All and all it is a very nice smoke I would like to recommend for a change of pace.

12 people found this review helpful.

the_german Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
the_german (309)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium to Full Tolerable

VA with Dark Fired and Sun-Cured, the tin label says. OK, got to try, since with Dunhill, Dark Fired usually means KY, which I like.

Opening the tin, the note is sweet-ish, with a very solid whiff of the mentioned DFK, and just a touch of chocolate -- probably suncured Burley, which would make sense in a blend like this. The ribbon is about 1/3rd bright (the VA), a goodly amount of medium to dark brown (Burley) and almost black, which I figure is the KY.

As with most Dunhill ribbons, stuffing and lighting is easy, as is maintenance. The flavour comes out sweet at first, with the KY spice settling in soon enough. Some fruity flavours in there, which I attribute to the matured VA and the Burley included in this blend. There may be a citrus flavouring on the VA component.

At the end, nothing but ashes is left in the bowl for me. A satisfying smoke, and despite the lack of Latakia, this is a fine example of a traditional English blend which I may well come back to. Not much variation in flavour, but overall quite satisfying.

Pipe Used: db Mayflower series

Age When Smoked: Fresh from new tin; 5 months

Purchased From: DanPipe, Lauenburg, Germany

Similar Blends: Kapt'n Bester - Dark Fired Pipe Blend.

7 people found this review helpful.

StevieB Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
StevieB (2076)
Medium Medium Medium to Full Tolerable to Strong

Dunhill - My Mixture 221B Baker Street (Re-release).

There isn't any chunks or un-rubbed pieces in the blend, it's all slight ribbons. Mainly the blend comprises medium and dark browns but there are a few flecks of lighter leaf in there. 221B doesn't need any airing from the fresh tin, it can be smoked imminently; well, mine could.

I quite enjoyed the first quarter of a bowl, but then it drifted downhil. The topping seems to me to hail from some form of liqueur. The alcoholic sharpness is easily obtained and there's an exotic fruitiness; apricot brandy maybe? The only tobacco taste I get is the Burley, I don't get any grass or hay from the Virginia. 221B burns well, gives a coolish smoke, and doesn't bite me at any point. To me, the flavour gets stronger as the bowl burns: what begins as a gentle embellishment, takes on too much of a harsh aromatic trait.... and ruins things.

I don't like the room-note, and the nicotine's medium.

My expectations for this were FAR too high. Very disappointing.

Not recommended.

Pipe Used: Peterson Founders Edition

Age When Smoked: New

Purchased From: The Danish Pipe Shop

7 people found this review helpful.

Adam Perski Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Adam Perski (7)
Mild to Medium Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

If you like darker Virginia like what is in Dunhill - Ye Olde Signe and Burley and Kentucky then you are gonna love this blend . It has kind of raisin and a bit smoky (from Dark fired Kentucky) and a bit grassy and also a bit dark fruits notes when you smoke it.

Pipe Used: Peterson, Stanwell, Meerschaum

Age When Smoked: 1 year old tin

Purchased From:

6 people found this review helpful.

Stan Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Stan (178)
Medium Mild Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Big tin for 50 grams. Moisture just right from tin opening.

Easy to pack and stays lite well.

Smoked full tin. No bite. Cool. Effortless. Delightful.

Rough cut with ribbons. Maybe more burley than usual for a Dunhill with VA. A light aromatic to me, but hardly any added flavors. Does not taste artificial or chemical to me..

A bit heavier than a typical burley/VA light aromatic, probably due to the dark fired leaf added, which shows through at times but hardly dominates. Still a medium at most.

Does not compare to me with the weight, depth, or type of flavors of Royal Yacht, nor does it have a sweet berry taste as in Three year Matured. The topping here is light and I get it more in the last half of the smoke as a subtle sweetness (maybe apricot is close). Flavor stays to the end.

Recommended for a light-medium, semi-sweet smoke.

Pipe Used: Northern Briar full bent

Age When Smoked: new tin

Purchased From: the pipe shop in edinburgh, scotland

Similar Blends: Maybe a high class Captain Black; somewhat close to discontinued MB Mature Virginia..

6 people found this review helpful.

steppx Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
steppx (186)
Medium Very Mild Medium Pleasant

Well, its not the same as the old Dunhill ....but its certainly not bad at all. In fact its pretty darn good. The difference is in the Virginias i think, and the manner the casing was applied. Its a mild MILD casing...mild enough to not rank this as an aromatic. It is similar but not identical to the one used on Royal yacht. The new version is quite nice though. The burley has some nic, and is high quality....i think there are two burley types in here. The cut is typical dunhill ribbon. Love it or hate it. I like it but mostly because it reminds me of the old Duke street days. This blend had quite a following. This new incarnation though is one of the better re releases. The old blend was an all time classic. Strength is the high end of medium but it never bites. Pleasant all day smoke for those who like nicotine. Has a sort of smooth creamy quality -- unusual for a blend half burley. The virginias are mild...perhaps the same as in the new version of Light flake. Overall a fine attempt to recreate a classic.

Purchased From: danish pipe shop

6 people found this review helpful.

Greekpipesmoker Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Greekpipesmoker (201)
Medium Very Mild Medium Tolerable

Took me some time to find this blend and i was very happy to receive it.once you pop the tin a sweet floral smell comes out.then you get a second deeper smell a plum smell also comes out,though very light.the tin moisture is perfect packs ok(despite some chunks included) lights easy and needs some relights.while smoking there is a complexity.virginias are the main player.they are the same as 3 year old matured but tonned down.grass,citrus,lots of dark fruits and floral essenses are the main flavours wich are combined very well with the burleys wich are sweet,earthy and spicy.this combination is unique i could say!burns medium hot without creating moisture.the nicotine level is almost medium and the room note tolerable.this blend differs from other Dunhill blends and definitelly it's worthy can be an all day smoke for some.

Age When Smoked: Straight from the tin

6 people found this review helpful.

Wibblefishofdoom Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Wibblefishofdoom (139)
Medium None Detected Medium Unnoticeable

I bought this one at the same time as I got my first tin of Ye Olde Signe as I was struggle to decide what to buy. Much like that one it took me a while to resolve the flavour but I think I got there in the end.

The tin note is very mild, possible sweet and woody, while the colour is dark with a multitude of medium brown flecks. It lights and packs easily, inspite of what others may say is a damp tobacco. I haven't picked up anything sweet or citrus as described in other reviews, but I picked up hints of hay and nuts and a decent wallop of oak with a nice undertone of earth. I could swear there is a hint of kentucky in here.

This seems to be a lighter version of of what I would consider to be heavier tobaccos such as Old Dark Fired or 3Ps, but without the sweetness or frutiness that either of them may possess. It seems to me to be a good smoke for after a stout evening meal as one settles in for putting one's feet up after a sterling day's work. It is becoming a firm favourite and has joined that very small yet slowly growing club of tobaccos where I have gone out and bought a second tin straight after finishing the first. Thank you Dunhill and please keep up the good work.

Pipe Used: Cuban Cigar Club Billiard

Age When Smoked: Fresh from tin

Purchased From: Cuban Cigar Club

6 people found this review helpful.

DenizBeck Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
DenizBeck (323)
Medium Medium Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

Upon opening the classy designed tin I got greeted by a somewhat nutty-sweet, almost chocoalty scent. Raisin I can also pick up, along with some typical dark fired smokiness in the back. Hard to find words for the tin-smell, this is as good as I can define it. Very reminiscent of Peterson's Irish Whiskey tin-note (which also is a Va/Bu/df-Ky mixture), but 221b Baker Street's tin note seems less sweet and a tad more natural to me.

The fine cut ribbons inside the tin look tempting with a evenly ratio of black, brown and orange-yellow ribbons. You can clearly distinguish the three leafs contained - Virginia, Burley, dark fired Kentucky. Firmly pressed into the tin, a tad too moist for my gusto, so I prefer at least 30 mins. of drying time for a freshly cracked tin.

I prefer airing the whole tin out for several hours, not because of the moisture, but because of the top-flavouring, which fades a bit when airing out. Fresh out of the tin I found the tobacco to be too much subdued by the top-flavour. Airing it out brings up the tobacco-y qualities a lot more.

The flavor-profile is rich, full-bodied, yet rather simple. A nutty-sweet aroma is the star player, underscored by a slight, but everpresent woody-smokiness, that's not too spicy tho. It also holds a decently earhy quality in the back. The added flavoring seems to give mild notes of raisins and nuts as well as something reminiscent of hop or malt. Slightly alcoholish touch to it, yet bareable even for me, who doesn't like nor drink alcohol drinks. Spicy, but not overwhelmingly. Sweet, but not too sweet. A dark, Burley-ish character, that's not offering too much variation, yet the flavors that are there, are of delightful taste.

Medium+ in strenght, both nicotine and tastewise, whilst the taste is a tad stronger than the actual nic-hit. Consistent flavor, with no dull spots. Doesn't bite, and no harsh moments, if smoked moderately.

I was expecting this to be a "cousin" of Peterson's 3Ps, and in a way it is. It's like the "darker"-toned pendant to 3Ps. Yet to my personal taste, 3Ps is light-years ahead of 221b Baker Street. Doesn't mean 221b is bad - it just means (t me) 3Ps is unrivaled in "Old English Style"-smokes.

I find the flavoring to be subduing the tobacco a bit too much, especially when cracking a fresh tin. Airing it out helps tho!

Clearly a at least 3-star worthy classic(al) blend in old english manner, which was exactly what I was looking for. For some this may be 4-star, yet it's surely beaten by 3Ps, so I'll stick to 3(.5) stars! ;-)

221b Baker was a pleasant insight in the world of Dunhill blends, and I recommend it to anyone who likes blends in the fashion of Petersons 3Ps, Burley-forward lovers and I can also see this being a choice for English smokers who want a change of pace.

Pipe Used: Clay Pipes / Churchwarden

Similar Blends: Peterson - Irish Whiskey , and in the same manner of mildly flavored "english style" blends like,, Peterson - Peterson's Perfect Plug.

5 people found this review helpful.

Steerpike Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Steerpike (150)
Medium to Strong Very Mild Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

Interesting tobacco this, its a kind of unusual mixture which defies our common categories. It's got a subtle topping but it's certainly not an aromatic. It's a mixture from England but it's certainly not what we'd call an English Mixture. It's also one which reveals itself by degrees - my first impressions were underwhelming but it's grown on me as I've smoked it more.

The tin aroma when I first opened the tin was nice - sweet like pastries, some apricot which put me in mind of those Danish ones with the apricot jam in the middle. It also had just a hint of that sweet yeasty aroma which I find in many Dunhill English mixtures, and which is always a good omen to me. Now I've had it open a few days this has mostly gone, as it does, and the apricot topping has receded. I can now appreciate a little smoke, definitely not latakia but that woody smoke from the dark fired leaf - something I associate more with certain dark flakes from the Lake District. The tin contains the expected neat Dunhill ribbon in a spectrum from bright to very dark brown, overall a light mid brown. There are also some very well rubbed pieces of pressed tobacco in amongst it.

It lights with ease and stays lit, and burns at a surprisingly slow rate for ribbon. This is I believe a characteristic of burley, not something I have a lot of experience with although I think it's used in more tobaccos than we realise. The flavour is on the milder side to my dark flakes and latakia tastes, but it's not watery. Think a nice malty mild ale rather than strong ale or stout. The sweetness is restrained, and perhaps comes more from the topping than the tobacco. The topping, predominantly apricot to my tastes, is very restrained and very much takes a back seat to the tobaccos. After I've smoked it a few times in the same pipes, the topping flavour has not increased at all, but the dark fired can now be appreciated, so much so that it further overcomes the topping. I don't think there's any risk of ghosting with this. As one progresses through the bowl, the smokiness of the dark fired builds, on a growing base of toasted nuttiness. There is a very subtle bitterness which holds the flavours together very nicely, and nearing the conclusion the dark fired gives a subtle peppery spice.

There is a reasonable dose of vitamin N, no possibility of bite, and just a little dottle at the end. Pipe cleaners come out medium grotty (on my own scale from just-wet-with-water after smoking a Cavendish aromatic to the pitch-black-hard-to-remove after a bowl of 1792). My taste buds are satisfied but its surely an all day smoke if that's your thing.

Comparison with other tobaccos is difficult. It's clearly a relative of Royal Yacht with the extremely mild fruity topping, but this stuff plays a very different tune. I think it's most likely to please dark flake enthusiasts, although it's a tad milder than most of them. If like me you have the dilemma of wondering which pipes to smoke it in, I've used the ones I keep for scented flakes (mainly because I feared it ghosting, which I doubt now that it would) and it has overcome their scent residues just as quickly as they seem to steamroller one anothers.

It's nice on a rainy summers day as we've been having lately, but would be enjoyable at any time of the year I think. Its a tobacco to smoke whilst doing things, but you can sit with it and pay attention and won't be bored. Enjoy!

Pipe Used: Falcons, Orlik "London Made" bent billiard.

Age When Smoked: At least three years by now

Purchased From: Turmeus Liverpool

Similar Blends: This is it's own beast, think bastard offspring of a grizzly flake from Cumbria and the daughter of the Royal Yacht....

3 people found this review helpful.

Rufus T. Firefly Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Rufus T. Firefly (24)
Medium to Strong Mild to Medium Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

So my wife surprised by finding 5 tins of this, after Dunhill discontinued production. It was a sweet jesture because I love my Dunhill pipes and certain tobaccos. Nightcap and 965 are my favourites. I normally hate Burley's but this one is a winner. It's got a great flavor and an awesome helping on vitamin N. I would definitely recommend this one, if you can find it.

Pipe Used: Dunhill 1984 Christmas pipe

Age When Smoked: Fresh out of the tin. No idea how old that was

Purchased From: Estervals

Similar Blends: ?.

3 people found this review helpful.

renwardhoop Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
renwardhoop (177)
Strong Extremely Mild Very Mild Unnoticeable

One of the last tins of this blend, MM 221B is a rather dry, fast burning tobacco from Dunhill that doesn't have latakia in it.

I find this surprising as the taste and smell of this illicits latakia of some description. The description insists it latakia-free and it must the rather odd collection of orientals they have mixed in that gives this blend a mild, smokey, ruddy, rather earthy taste.

That isn't to say it is particularly flavoursome ; it isn't really. It reminds me of Robert Lewis' blends, in particular their orcilla mixtuxe. This doesn't have the same tang as that blend, yet it looks and smells very similar.

It comes exceedingly dry and burns down very quickly, leaving you with one very hot bowl. Halfway through this mixture and I haven't found any dark meaningful nuances of taste or flavour and I can't say I will miss this when it's all gone.

Pipe Used: Briars

Age When Smoked: New (but slightly aged)

Purchased From:

Similar Blends: Robert Lewis' Orcilla mix.

3 people found this review helpful.

DrT999 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
DrT999 (317)
Mild to Medium Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

A pleasant, almost mellow blend of VAs with Burleys (maybe just a hint of Dark Fired VA?) A bit on the fast-burning side due to the thin short ribbon cut, the top note is just a hint of dark fruit. If a new pipe smoker wanted to try their first non-aromatic which was well-balanced, and not 'too much' anything (to much VA or Burley, too strong a topping, etc.) but just a nice straightforward mixture, this could be a good one to try.

Pipe Used: briars, cobs, and meers

Age When Smoked: 3 months after purchase

Purchased From: Danish Pipe Shop

3 people found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Medium Very Mild Medium to Full Pleasant to Tolerable

I love Dark Fired Kentucky leaf and Baker Street not only contains some-you can easily make it out in the tin note-but it is one of the best variety I have had the pleasure to smoke! The tobacco components were well balanced and interplayed smartly together, resulting in a tasty, spicy, slightly sweet smoking experience providing good nicotine. Baker Street burns nicely, develops strength as you go down the bowl and leaves not only a dry bowl but a full sense of satisfaction. It's such a shame that this brand is no more because I only have 9 in hand. I will have to carefully ration them. I believe Baker Street will be excellent after 5 or 6 years of aging. Highly recommended if you happen to enjoy Dark Fired Kentucky.

Pipe Used: Savinelli and Peterson

Age When Smoked: Fresh

2 people found this review helpful.

Smokeandbehappy Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Smokeandbehappy (4)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Tolerable

When i opened the tin I was really turned off by the smell, I have to say the smell told me to throw it away. But of course I didn't. It was a little wet so I layed it to dry for a little while. And when it have had a little dry time it was perfectly smokable. I'm glad I didn't throw it away, cause it is pretty good. After smoking it I was craving the taste of it after a couple of hours. It was a nice addition to the tobacco collection. I will def grab this from time to time. It's not one I will smoke on the regular, but a nice smoke to enjoy once in a while. It's not so strong and I sense a little topping of some sort. This is not aromatic, it's simply a unique smoky tobacco.

Pipe Used: Savinelli 106

Age When Smoked: New

2 people found this review helpful.

Swiss-smoker Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Swiss-smoker (87)
Mild to Medium Medium Mild Unnoticeable

In succinct, it is a disappointment. I expected a high grade, tasty, mellow Virginia-Burley mixture with plenty of typical Virginia and Burley notes to discover. Unfortunately an unsuitable casing overcasts both tobaccos. Only the primary flavours of mainly Burley and to some degree of the Virginias make it through the artificial casing.

I would not go as far as to say this casing is nauseous. It is more a kind of obtrusive, hindering the natural flavours of the Virginias and Burleys to deploy and therefore downgrading the whole mixture.

1 person found this review helpful.

Lord Guyrox Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Lord Guyrox (24)
Medium Mild to Medium Mild Pleasant to Tolerable

I have enjoyed the first tin I had opened back in 2018 very much. For some reason I have not enjoyed it as much the second time around. I am really not sure why. At first, the DFK was dominating both the tin note and taste and despite 3 1/2 years of aging, there was some slight tongue bite even when being careful. As for the smoking it was very unidimensional as the DFK absolutely led the show and I couldn't make much of anything else. Now that the tin has been opened for 4 weeks, the fruity top note is much more present, the DFK has reduced in intensity but the smoke does not reveal much more beyond said DFK and top note. Needless to say, this is slightly disappointing as the Virginias usually used by STG for their Dunhill line are clearly above average. In summary, a mixture that would have potential if it was not for the imbalance displayed in the tasting experience. Maybe a few more years of aging would change that so I will be revisiting at a further date.

Age When Smoked: 3 1/2 years

1 person found this review helpful.

FilipPruncu Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
FilipPruncu (85)
Medium Mild Medium Very Pleasant

Tin note: Sweet and sour notes, a bit of citrus and a bit fruity. Virginia in the front.

Tobacco: Lots of yellow and dark yellow leaves, some brown and black leaves. Perfect Dunhill ribbon cut, and perfect moisture. I take out enough for a bowl and let it dry for 5 minutes then light my pipe.

Taste and aroma: Molasses, dark fruit, plums, sweet, citrus (orange notes?) but also nutty, bready, dark chocolaty smooth.

Another Va/Bur in the style of University Flake and 3P’s, but also with a similar taste of Royal Yacht. The difference between Univ. Flake, 3Ps and this is that 221B is, in my opinion, much much better, more virginia oriented and smoother, not as rough as the other two. It’s more balanced. As for the Dark Fired, it’s there, but you really need to look for it, it gets pronounced after you get past half of the bowl, and the sweetness starts to fade, leaving a stingy nutty flavor. . The virginia is sweet and bready, while the burley is nutty and dark chocolaty, doesn’t have that earthy note to it, which is great. However, by the half to end of the bowl the burley does get more intense.

Very, very good burning. No tongue bite, burns equally and leaves a beautiful white ash.

Very pleasant room note, somewhat of oranges and dark fruits, which makes me think that it’s a good idea I opened this one up in December, I think it fits great with the winter holidays and could be a good smoke among others at the Christmas table without disturbing anyone (maybe on the contrary, impressing them).

Age When Smoked: 5 years

1 person found this review helpful.

Aduana Taylor Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Aduana Taylor (29)
Mild Very Mild Medium to Full Pleasant

Da gusto que se reediten las antiguas mezclas de las grandes casas. Baker street es una mezcla regular ( Virginia, burley) con algo de Kentucky. El aromatizado es casi imperceptible y amalgama perfectamente con los tabacos que la integran. Puede haber algo de frutas, puede haber algo de licor, eso depende de cada uno porque, repito, el toping es muy sutil. La humedad es correcta ( a mí me gusta un poco más de humedad) el corte es una cinta delgada y corta. Es un tabaco tranquilo que enciende y quema bien, que no genera exceso de humedad ni se apaga. El sabor es leve al principio y se va completando a medida que avanza la cazoleta. Arde un poco rápido por lo que no intenté apurarlo. Es un buen tabaco. Se pude fumar todo el día sin pena. Suave pero con sabor, tranquilo y equilibrado.

Pipe Used: Sasieni

Age When Smoked: Nuevo

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Ocelot Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Ocelot (33)
Medium Mild Mild to Medium Tolerable

Tin aroma is wonderful. Tobacco flavour mixed with some secret topping. At first I wasn't able to detect dark fired in it, but sometimes I can, even in the smoke. This is probably the first blend which contains Kentucky and I like it. Probably it is because of its supportive role. The only thing that's missing to perfection in this blend is its inconsistency. That beautiful supportive casing should be present during the whole smoke. Anyway, this is very good robust and spicy blend and I am sad that it is no longer in production.

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