It burns rather warm and fast, so it needs to be smoked at a moderate pace with a fairly consistent flavor. Even still, the wine/Sangria taste is sweet with a few sour notes, and I detect a chemical taste that I found distracting. There's a little pineapple and cherry here, too. The various tobaccos used to make the blend are hardly noticeable, so they don't have a chance to help out. Has almost no nicotine. Leaves very little moisture in the bowl, and needs few relights. An all day smoke.
I can taste a bit more burley in this one. There is a fruit flavoring that is hard to pin down, and a general sweetness; like a sweet and sour thing going on (but not actually sour. I just can't pin it down) Definite hint of pineapple flavor, maybe cherry in the retrohale. Hard puffing does not produce a bite, but does turn it harsh. This is a pleasant, unoffending, light fruit-punch blend.
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