This is a decent aromatic. Mild in Nicotine, Esay to pack and light and slow burning, btu somewaht dry. The cut is mixed, part (Light Virginias) are ribbons and part are coarse cut. Not bad, but for my personal preference, may be more wet, more sweet and much more flavoured. Rassembles Amphora Mellow,but Amphora Mellow is better.
Pipe Used: An Winbledon (England) and an Bertoldi(Brazil)
This was one of the first aromatics that I actually liked. The dominant aspect of it are the combination of different flowery smells, honey, vanilla with an already established base tobacco (which I think is used in all of the aromatics of this line). It helped me through a difficult patch (had no tobacco whatsoever, and no place to get it) and I am appreciative of it.
Not so bad on the aromatic side, but not so great for the real tobacco taste... Anyway, evaluation has been so difficult to me, because of its PH that seem doesn't deal well with mine... every bowl I smoked has been a nasty bite from the moment I lit to the moment I finished! And moreover, it has the tendency to burn hot. Really, one of the worst tobaccos of my life, for my tongue! That's crazy if you consider the I've been very comfortable with all the other tobaccos of the same Classic series. No, it has been not a matter of moistness, it had medium moisture, and I actually prefer more moist tobaccos to dry ones.
Pipe Used: Savinelli Punto Oro & Dry System,Stanwell r.rouge
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