The earthy, woody, nutty burley is the lead component. The Virginia cavendish offer some tart and tangy citrus, plenty of grass, bread, mild sugar, light darker fruit, earth and wood. It’s a slot above the floral, earthy, woody, slightly spicy deer tongue, which is mildly present and a step ahead of being a condiment. The mildly sugary black cavendish is a condiment. The honey topping is a tad more obvious than the plum. They mildly tone down the tobaccos. The strength and nic-hit are very mild. The taste level is mild. No chance of bite or harshness, and barely has any rough notes. Burns cool and clean at a moderate pace with a very consistent flavor from start to finish. Leaves little dampness in the bowl, and requires an average number of relights. Has a pleasant, short lived after taste and room note. An all day smoke.
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