The various cavendishes offer some grass and citrus, toast and bread, and sugar with a slight nuttiness, which indicates to me that a little burley was processed in the cavendish style. The rum is a little more obvious than the butter. Barely has any nicotine. Won’t bite or get harsh. Burns cool and clean at a reasonable pace with a mostly consistent flavor, though the rum seems to weaken slightly toward the finish. I also recommend a moderate puffing cadence as it can get slightly warm if rushed. Leaves little moisture in the bowl, and needs an average number of relights. Has a pleasant, short lived after taste. An all day smoke.
My Smoking Shop-Buttered Rum. When I opened my pouch and took the initial smell it made me want to eat it. The smell is fabulous, a nice smooth tobacco aroma with a good addition of lively rum.
Being Cavendish tobacco it's mainly dark brown with some flecks of black throughout. The moisture's perfect enabling it to be enjoyed imminently.
The flavour is very enjoyable. The rum lends a good zesty piquancy while there is a superb buttery creaminess of an equal weight. I find after about ten minutes the rum becomes a little stronger. Not overly so but it slightly overtakes the creaminess.
Although this isn't strong with nicotine it has enough to be easily noticed and identified. Hard-core N lovers would probably want more but I feel it would be enough for the most of us.
The room note is pleasant enough and it doesn't cause too much smog in the room.
I wasn't expecting too much from this blend really, rum is a popular addition to many aromatics but I find the creaminess from this outstanding.
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