Another tobacco I tried years ago and just found my notes on. I took this to be an attempt by the Danes to produce a scented flake, which seems not to have been a huge success as the tin was sold to me cheap by the nice ladies in the Magazine Shop in Preston as it had gathered so much dust!
The flakes were extremely dark, the aroma in the tin was both fruity and perfumed. I found it quite bizarre, but wondered if the flavourings had gone off a bit. It lit easily and burned slowly but quite hot. It didn't have much flavour, but had that watery, steamy character of the Cavendish aromatics. The topping eventually soaked into my tongue and I didn't like it much...
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