The tobacco arrives in an exceedingly thick rope/twist. The smell from the pouch has a lot more apples than the smoke's taste. Due to the thickness I use a sharp knife to slice it, and then it's easy enough to rub.
The smoke? As I said, it's not overly apple-like. There is VERY subtle hint, but as the dark Virginia's so strong tasting (smoky and full) it would take a massive dose to affect it. The burn from B.I.S.A. can't be faulted, and the temperature's low.
There's enough nicotine to stop a tank in it's tracks, and I don't like the room-note.
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