HU Tobacco Edward G.
Robinson played the notorious gangster and anti-hero in "film noir" movies and was a fascinating figure in American cinema of the 1930s and 1940s. Gaining fame as the power-hungry slob and gangster, Edward G. Robinson led the life of a sensitive art enthusiast and avid pipe smoker. In its varieties and contrasts Edward G. Robinson's life shows similarities to "Edward G Ready Rubbed Flake". Gaining a tartly sweet character, the dark and pressed Red Virginias of assorted provenances have been finished with a little perique and brown Virginia. A touch of Kentucky tobacco gives the blend that extra something. "Edward G…Ready Rubbed Flake" captivates by its natural sweetness, which makes a mark on it without dominating. It is a blend just as distinctive, complex, interesting and multi-faceted as Edward G. Robinson's life and work.
Notes: The new tins also mention some black cavendish, as well as some Orientals/Turkish on it.
Extremely Mild -> Overwhelming
None Detected -> Extra Strong
Pleasant to Tolerable
Unnoticeable -> Overwhelming
Extremely Mild (Flat) -> Overwhelming
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||Mar 22, 2020||Medium||None Detected||Medium||Pleasant to Tolerable|
My experience is completely different from the reviews here. I don't like it at all. I smoked it as it came out of the tin and also completely dry. It is tasteless. I can't smoke it. Should be coins ? My batch have not coins. Really bad.
Pipe Used: Severals briar pipes
Age When Smoked: new
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