|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|JimInks (2647)||Mild to Medium||Medium||Mild to Medium||Very Pleasant|
The white and toasted burleys provide a lot of toast, nuts, earth, wood, some dry sourness, a few sharp, rough notes, and a pinch of spice as the lead components. By percentage, the sugary black cavendish is a supporting player. The bright Virginia offers a burst of tart and tangy citrus, grass/hay, some floralness, a little spice, sugar, vegetation, slight tangy darker fruit and wood, and a few drops of honey in a secondary role. The main topping is wild blueberries with vanilla and honey being condimental additions in that order. They sublimate the tobaccos at a little more than a moderate level, but weaken a tad in the last quarter of the bowl. The strength is a step short of the center of mild to medium, while the taste is a slot past that center. The nic-hit is a rung past the mild mark. Won’t bite or get harsh. Burns cool and clean at a reasonable rate with a mostly consistent, deeply, rich sweet flavor from start to finish. Leaves little moisture in the bowl, and requires an average number of relights. Has a short lived, very pleasant after taste and room note. Can be an all day smoke.
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