The burley is processed in the cavendish style, and is a little nutty, earthy, and lightly molasses sweet. The Virginia is a little grassy with some citrus. The black cavendish appears to be unsweetened because I don’t really notice any vanilla. The tobaccos are much sublimated by the rich peach and creme toppings. Has a mild nic-hit. Won’t bite or get harsh. Burns at a reasonable pace, cool, clean, and smoothly creamy with a mostly consistent flavor. The tobaccos show themselves just a mite near the finish. Requires few relights, and leaves a little moisture in the bowl. Has enough strength to hold your interest, but is mild enough for an all day smoke. Reminds me of Peter Stokkebye’s P&C.
I would bet that this blend is In fact Peter Stokkebye's Peaches and Cream blend. I have had both and they are identical which is not a bad thing. PS makes very high quality Aromatics that are dry and cool smoking. If you enjoy the taste and aroma of peaches with some vanilla then you will love this blend. Mild and dry smoking, one can taste the underlying tobacco and the room note will win you friends! I just happen to not prefer my peaches in my pipe but am glad I decided to try it.
This reminds of the old John Rolfe mixture of long ago! I'm old enough and have smoked a pipe long enough to remember that classic. While I liked John Rolfe I must say I think this blend is a bit better. Nice natural peach flavor that is not as sweet as Rolfe which is a good thing IMHO. Topping is not overpowering and stays present during the entire smoke. If you like a aromatic smoke every once in a while and enjoy peach flavor as much as I do than this one is worth a try.
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