The Cyprian Latakia offers some smoke, earth, wood, floralness, some sweetness, incense and light spice as the lead component. The perique produces plenty of earth, wood, and some spice and stewed fruit (plums, figs and raisins) as a supporting player. The bright and stoved Virginias offer a fair amount of tart and tangy citrus, grass, bread, sugar, some sour lemon, tangy stewed dark fruit, vegetation, floralness, and mild spice with a touch of acidity. They provide secondary support. The rich cognac moderately tones down the tobaccos. The strength and taste levels are medium. The nic-hit is a step below that mark. There’s no chance of bite or harshness. Barely has any rough notes. Burns clean and cool at a reasonable rate with a very consistent sweet and mildly sour, spicy, floral flavor. Leaves little moisture in the bowl. Requires an average number of relights. Has a lightly lingering, pleasant after taste and room note. Can be an all day smoke.
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