The blend contains far more browns compared to blacks. The smell sets a good example of the forthcoming smoke: strongly aromatic. The hydration of the blend when fresh is good.
The peach/apricot flavour's sweet at first, and leaves little room for the vanilla. After the initial sweetness the topping develops a bitterness, and reduces the rating. The vanilla stays redundant for a whole bowl. Burley accounts for most of the tobacco flavour, the black Cavendish only gives a small amount in comparison. The burn from it's cool and it remains bite free throughout.
Nicotine: below medium. Room-note: one of the more positive features.
Low Country Peach? I don't like it and won't recommend it. One star:
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