The base of the blend is a mildly grassy, citrusy gold cavendish. The unsweetened black cavendish provides some sugar. In a support role, is the nutty, earthy, molasses sweet burley. The vanilla topping lacks depth, but is more noticeable than the caramel, and they tone down the tobaccos a bit. Barely has any nicotine. Won’t bite or get harsh. Burns cool and clean at a reasonable pace with a fairly smooth, consistent flavor. Leaves some moisture in the bowl, and needs an average number of relights. Has a pleasant, but short lived, average after taste. An all day smoke.
I find it hard to believe that this hasn't been topped/cased with anything. I get a substantial caramel and vanilla trace right from the pouch aroma up to the smoke.
It's pretty mild in nicotine, a very light blend. I'm sure newcomers would approve!
Although there appears to be an added flavour of some kind the tobacco flavours still come through nicely. The largest of the three is definitely the Black Cav'. The others can be detected but they're just no where near as loud.
The room note seems a bit much. Not in fragrance alone, it really fills the room with smoke.
This is fun for a while but after ten or so minutes it becomes a bit of a bore. It doesn't have any qualities that jump out and grab me.
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