The earthy, woody, nutty burley is mildly noticeable. The grass aspect of the gold Virginia is a condiment. There’s some sugar from the black cavendish, which is just a little more obvious than the Virginia. The deeply rich cherry topping greatly sublimates the tobaccos, and is a lightly syrupy. The strength is a couple of steps past the mild mark. The nic-hit is barely there. The taste level is medium. There’s no chance of bite or harshness. It may need a light dry time. Burns cool, clean and a tad slow with a very consistent flavor that translates to lightly lingering, pleasant after taste, and room note. Leaves a little moisture in the bowl. Requires a couple more than an average number of relights. An all day smoke.
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