|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|Big Train (102)||Medium||None Detected||Medium||Tolerable|
Presented as a dark brown ribbon cut with sort of a nutty tin note , the tobacco is at perfect moisture level and ready to smoke right out of the can . This is mainly a brown virginia mixture with some Kentucky and very little perique . It is totally topping free , simply pure tobacco . The taste can only be described as exotic and unique . I have never tasted a tobacco even a little like this one , it's in a class by itself . The only comparison might be HU Morocan Bazzar , which is similar in nature but an aromatic . The smoke itself is deep , dark virginia , very tasty and a little on the dry side . It causes no bite and burns down to a white ash if smoked properly IE; slowly . I cannot even begin to think of the alchemy that Han's uses to contrive this trip to the Shook in Tangers . A deep and dark exotic treat for after dinner , maybe best served with a glass of rum .
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