The black cavendish appears to be unsweetened, but I doubt it would matter because the blueberry topping is all you'll taste. No artificial or chemical notes to be found. Nicotine = none, but that’s to be expected with this kind of aromatic. Has a very low nic-hit. Needs a little dry time or you risk a wet bowl. Burns a little slow and requires relights. Leaves some moisture. Has a fairly smooth flavor, but I find a distracting very minor sourness towards the finish. Has a decent, almost cloying after taste but a good room note.
Century-American Blueberry. I've been on a bit of an aromatic trip lately, granted, some are alright but others make me want to imminently return to my favoured simple non-aro' blends.
Upon opening the pouch I'm not at all surprised by what I'm met by. It appears to be a fairly standard Black Cav' mix. It's of a good hydration, quite an impressive amount so no drying time is required. The aroma has a note of berries that's pretty easy to identify albeit not too strong.
This lights easily and to be fair the flavour isn't anywhere as gloopy, heavy, or false as many fruity aro's can be. Like the aroma, the berries can be identified with ease however any bitterness or acridness is calmed down by the double fermented Black Cavendish. The flavour is unequivocally heavy with mild Black Cav'.
As I expected from a blend heavy with Black Cavendish there isn't much nicotine to be had, a definite relaxing evening smoke.
Don't get me wrong, this is quite a good aromatic but for me it's just a bit mundane.
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