One of my early favourites. I remember it as being sweet and not really a biter. Since i have discovered tinned Virginia and Va/Per blends, i find it impossible to go back to the Old blends i started out with.
Nothing wrong with it though. I remember i used to mix it with about 30% black cavendish ( the thought of it makes me pucker up now, but at the time i really enjoyed it )
I guess for a newbie it will be a good smoke because it works well in all pipes and builds a cake very well.
For the record, i do remember it as being delicious.
When starting out smoking a pipe, i was looking for blends that had some VitN. As far as i know, most pipers start out with blends like these and it is here that i learnt the art of packing, tamping and taking it slow.
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A very pleasant smoke. From the first light it had a good flavor with a slighty sweet taste. Enjoyed it allot and would recommend it as a good beginner tobacco. Will try it in a brier and edit if needed.
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