This blend offers a lot of smoke, earth, wood, leather, floralness, and some musty spicy sweetness. It’s sweeter, softer and less pungent than Latakia usually is, and I attribute that to whatever cavendish is present. The strength and taste aspects are a couple of steps past the medium mark. The nic-hit is medium. Won’t bite or get harsh. Has some rough edges, which is typical of Latakia. Burns cool, clean and a little slow. Leaves little moisture in the bowl. Requires some relights due to the moisture level and thick coarse cut of the tobacco. Has a pleasantly lingering after taste, and tolerable room note. Smoked straight in a small bowl, it’s certainly not an all day smoke. Obviously meant to be a mixer.
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