|Reviewed By||Date||Rating||Strength||Flavoring||Taste||Room Note|
|guenti (3)||Medium||None Detected||Medium||Pleasant|
The Mallard without Perique is too one-dimensional for me, but I like this somewhat "tuned" tobacco very much. The cold smell reminds me of fresh baker's bread.
When smoking, you clearly notice the Perique, the fine tingle. The Virginias are not really sweet, rather spicy, which in my opinion complements the Perique very well. The tobacco starts quite light, but this changes in the course, so that it goes at the end of the pipe bowl already in the direction of medium strong, if not even a little above.
For me, a successful enrichment in the Dan Tobacco assortment.
Pipe Used: diff Petersons, Savinelli
Age When Smoked: fresh
Purchased From: Dan Tobacco
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