First, I would only recommend this blend if you like aromatics. But if you do, give Jock a try. I totally disagree with Mr. Kiilerich on this one and I can´t recognize this blend in his review. It´s one of my favourites, and the only one I can smoke without my wife going "Are you smoking that disgusting pipe again?". It´s smooth, easy to fill and light and it smells very nice, both in the pouch and in the room.
Please read my review of Orlik Extra Mild Mixture and then add almost double the flavouring. This tobacco is flavoured beyond recognition; the casing smells very synthetic - reminds me of a mix of low budget Polish soft drinks (no offense Poland - you make some very fine lager!) and vitamin pills for kids with orange flavour. It is not possible to find any trace of tobacco-taste in this blend.
Gentlemen! Jock Scott is really really foul indeed... But then again; if you are a fool for aromatics and wants to seek out the extreme, give this blend a shot.
Another attempt to hide some really cheap weed under a heap of quite chemical and unnaturally smelling casing. Sometimes tasted almost like cigarettes. There definitely are better choices for the price.
As many other tobaccos in this category, Jock Scott gives the best after some times that the pouch has been opened. The smoke is nice and sweet, with notes reminding some whisky cream liqueur. In its range, a good product.
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