The Virginia cavendish offers light grass and tart and tangy citrus, while the burley is lightly nutty with a touch of earth and wood. There seems to be a mild spice note that I associate with dark fired Kentucky, so maybe a couple pinches are present. The tobacco effect is minimal as the sweet and mildly sour peach brandy topping greatly controls the mostly consistent flavor. It's a bit syrupy and gets a little bitter toward the finish. The strength is in the center of mild to medium. The taste is almost medium. Virtually has no nicotine. Burns a tad warm at a moderate pace. Requires some relights, and leaves moisture in the bowl. Has an acrid after taste. The room note is pleasant. Not quite an all day smoke.
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