McClelland Christmas Cheer 1994

Hand-blended, premium pressed Virginia flake tobaccos. A fine vintage, naturally sweet, in limited quantity.
Notes: Produced in 1992, 1994-present in limited quantities. Tinned in July of the respective year.


Brand McClelland
Blended By McClelland Tobacco Company
Manufactured By McClelland Tobacco Company
Blend Type Straight Virginia
Contents Virginia
Cut Flake
Packaging 50 grams tin, 100 grams tin
Country United States
Production No longer in production


Medium to Strong
Extremely Mild -> Overwhelming
None Detected
None Detected -> Extra Strong
Room Note
Unnoticeable -> Overwhelming
Extremely Mild (Flat) -> Overwhelming

Average Rating

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Reviewed By Date Rating Strength Flavoring Taste Room Note
Feb 25, 2001 Mild None Detected Extremely Mild (Flat) Unnoticeable
1998: Every once in a while, a really blasphemous tobacco manages to get past my security system and
find its way, like some reeking goblin, into the sanctity of my home. This "review" is a first ever for me - a review of a tobacco that I have
not even smoked. The vile weed was brought over by my friend Paul, who is otherwise of excellent and sound judgement on all things
tobacco-ish. He thought to try this for a change of pace, since many had spoken highly of it on ASP. However, the smell from the can was
enough to make me cringe, as it was a bit like what I imagine the Tall Man's (of "Phantasm" fame) embalming room must smell like. This
is a VIRGINIA tobacco, and Paul put it best when he stated, "It smells like tongue bite in a can". The can smell was enough to convince
me that I owned no pipe which I disrespected enough to inflict with this substance, but Paul bravely soldiered on and sampled the mix. In
short order my entire vaulted great room was filled with the smell of burning grass and cardboard, which stuck like cigarette odor for the
entire next day. On the positive side, Paul reported that this was not the flavor of the tobacco, but that instead it tasted exactly like "hot air".
This report was later verified by another of our experimental subjects, Joey Clodfelter, who reported that the taste was steam as well. If
this is Christmas Cheer, I'll take that stocking full of coal now...
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