The golden flue cured Virginia cavendish offers a fair amount of tangy citrus and grass, plus a little lemon as the lead component. The smoky, earthy, woody, wine-like Syrian latakia is an important supporting player. The nutty, earthy, woody, sharp and lightly molasses sweet burley has a secondary role in the proceedings, just below the latakia. The fruity, spicy rum topping mildly sublimates the tobaccos, though you’ll notice all of their attributes with little trouble. The strength is a step past the center of mild to medium. The taste is a little closer to medium than it is to mild. The nic-hit is mild. The tingly spice from the Danish processing and topping may bite your tongue unless you sip it a bit. Burns a touch warm and clean at a reasonable pace with a mostly consistent sweet and mildly savory flavor to start to end. Leaves little moisture in the bowl, and requires an average number of relights. Has a pleasant, slightly lingering after taste. An all day smoke that is stronger than the misapplied name states. I give it two stars because the bite potential is high. Three stars for the flavor.
Individual reviews are the opinion(s) of the
contributor and don't reflect the opinion(s) of Tobacco Media Group. Published review content of
this website is considered the copyright intellectual property of the reviewer and Tobacco Media
Group and may not be reproduced in any manner without the expressed written consent of Tobacco