Alfie Turmeaus Mystery Mix B

A rich, complex tobacco flavour of smoky Latakia, and Oriental tobaccos with a touch of Perique. Some specially chosen Havana cigar leaf is added to give added depth of flavour.


Brand Alfie Turmeaus
Blended By Alfie Turmeaus
Manufactured By Alfie Turmeaus
Blend Type Other
Contents Cigar Leaf, Latakia, Oriental/Turkish, Perique
Cut Ready Rubbed
Packaging Bulk
Country United Kingdom
Production Currently available


Medium to Strong
Extremely Mild -> Overwhelming
None Detected
None Detected -> Extra Strong
Room Note
Unnoticeable -> Overwhelming
Extremely Mild (Flat) -> Overwhelming

Average Rating

1.00 / 4





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Reviewed By Date Rating Strength Flavoring Taste Room Note
Dec 04, 2016 Medium to Strong None Detected Full Strong
Alfie Turmeaus - Mystery Mix B.

I bought this online from Cgars ltd; go to loose tobaccos, Alfie's blends, and then Mystery Mix's A, B and C are right there.

The appearance of the mix is very unique, I'd call it a Mixture: there's pieces of broken flake, bits of shag, ribbons and sadly some twigs. I can't grumble about the moisture as I had a bowl on its arrival without any need to let it dry.

For the first part of a bowl there's only a tiny amount of Cigar Leaf in the smoke, it's easily governed by the Oriental and Latakia. It tastes this way until about a third of the way through a bowl, and then the Cigar Leaf becomes a lot stronger. I struggle to detect much of the Perique, there's maybe a slight pluminess but it's smothered by the sharp flavour of Cigar Leaf and the smoky Latakia. It also develops a strange sort of minty taste; I'm not a fan. For me, this REALLY falls down in a subjective area: tongue bite; ow!

The room-note has quite a heavy cigar quality, and the nicotine's above medium.

I'm sure many guys will love this, but it falls short in too many areas for me.

Not recommended.

Pipe Used: Chacom Robusto Oom Paul
Age When Smoked: New
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