The unsweetened black cavendish offers some brown sugar as the main component. The nutty, earthy burley is a condiment. The mild mocha is the dominant topping. The nougat has a little richness that the mocha lacks, and both work together seamlessly. The strength level is a step past mild, while the taste falls a hai short of mild to medium. Has a very light nic-hit. Won’t bite or get harsh. Burns cool and clean at a moderate pace with smooth, lightly creamy, sweet taste that weakens a little in the last third of the experience, and you’ll notice the burley more then. Leaves little moisture in the bowl, and requires an average number of relights. Has a pleasant, short lived after taste, and is an all day smoke, though it suffers from lacks depth. Two and a half stars.
A very pleasant smoke, my wife was not as wild about the room note as some others that I smoke. Burned to the bottom with a white ash. I really like the aftertaste. The mocha stands out. I will buy it again, to smoke when I am not around my wife
Not a bad tobacco, not outstanding. The taste was not very strong, but there was a hint of caramel. Smoked easily without relighting. Bought it as part of a 4 tin sampler set, so the price was very low, making this tobacco a good value.
Tin was opened months ago. I think a little drying time has helped. Smoked and reviewed on March 6, 2015.
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