This one, together with Kentucky Flowers, used to be a nice introduction to smokey-aromatic sweet blends. Most of what Larsen does is top quality. This one is not an exception. As far as I know, this one could be out of production. Haven't seen it or heard from it in a long time.
Nice, comfy aromatic, not in an artificial-goopy-chemical sense, but in that very discrete topping tradition of Danish blenders. Again: a perfect tobacco for those wanting to pick up a pipe for the first time, or as a nice change of pace for those who don't mind lighter fare.
Nice Stuff. What to say? Smoked it from a corn cob pipe.
Tastes like a solid mix of Virginias and chocolate... I mean burley... Well... Too intense to just originate from burley. Compared to unflavored tobaccos, this one has quite some topping on it. Well, nevertheless: I like it. Although it should be noted that there is surely some sens sweetness added by my corn pipe.
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