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The basic structure of the Cochmondt is a good medium- strength Virginia cube cut, mixed with Black Cavendish and Latakia. Scottish fudge fans will find their home at the Cochmondt. The aromas of caramel and vanilla with a small hint of Tonka go so well with the calm tobacco base. A sweet and tart temptation with addictive potential. The Cochmondt is ideal with the famous Five O 'Clock Tea or with a chocolate espresso.

BrandHU Tobacco
Blended ByHans Wiedemann
Manufactured ByKohlhase & Kopp
Blend TypeAromatic
ContentsBlack Cavendish, Latakia, Virginia
FlavoringCaramel, Tonquin Bean, Vanilla
Packaging50 grams tin
ProductionCurrently available
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Mild to Medium, Medium
Medium, Medium to Full
Room Note
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JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (3022)
Medium Medium Medium Pleasant

The Virginia provides some tart and tangy citrus, grass, bread, sugar, vegetation, floralness, mild darker fruit, earth and wood as the lead component. The toasty sweet black cavendish is a supporting player. The sweet Cyprian Latakia offers some smoke, wood, earth, floralness, herbs and a light leather note. It plays a secondary support role. I notice the caramel topping a tad more than the vanilla. The Tonka bean topping lurks in the background. The toppings lead the experience without drowning out the tobaccos. The strength and nic-hit are medium. The taste is a couple of steps past the medium mark. There’s no chance of bite or harshness, and it sports no rough edges. Burns cool and clean at a slightly slow rate with a very consistent, smooth, deeply rich tart and tangy fruity, sugary, fairly floral, mildly smoky flavor. Leaves very little dampness in the bowl. Requires a couple more than an average number of relights. Has a pleasantly lingering after taste and room note. Can be an all day smoke for the veteran aromatic smoker, and repeatable for the less experienced. Three and a half stars.


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pipey duck Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
pipey duck (49)
Mild to Medium Medium Medium to Full Pleasant

OMG I got it!! Until today the best attempt of an english aromatic was CF by Samuel Gawith whereas CF has much les of flavouring. The hughly recommended Sillems Black therefore has almost zero nicotine. Cochmond has a terrific sent,a blend of caramel , tonka and a bit of vanilla and all comes through in the smoke. The first half is dominated by this great sent and after that the the spicyness of latakia becomes more prominent. The black cavendish makes a good job by rounding out the whole. The virginia delivers fullness and a little spice too. The sent stays almost to the bottomof the bowl. This blend belongs in short time to my top 3 and I have at least 20 tins open a time and seldom buy two same tobaccos in a row. Cochmond is the big exception. At the time I am finishing my second tin and my tobacconist has ordered more. Here is everything how it should be and nevermore expected by me. Medium in strength(NICOTINE) best flavouring ( Very suitable to the blend) no bite and never boring. A MASTERPIECE

Pipe Used: Parker 109

Age When Smoked: fresh

Purchased From: Gerd Jansen

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