The nutty, toasty, earthy, woody burley is the most noticeable component. The unsweetened black cavendish offers some brown sugar. The grassy, citrusy Virginia is a condiment in terms of effect. The vanilla topping has a bit of richness, and sublimates the tobaccos quite a bit, so that you mainly notice the brown sugar, and nuttiness from the tobaccos. The strength is mild, while the taste is a step or two past that level. The nic-hit is negligible. No chance of bite or harshness. Burns cool and clean and slightly slow as the tobacco is moderately moist. The flavor is consistent all the way to the finish. Leaves a little moisture in the bowl, but no dottle. Requires a few relights. Has a lightly lingering, very pleasant after taste and room note. An all day smoke that reminds me of other aros I have smoked.
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