The blend's far coarser than the one pictured here, miles coarser. On the low side, though, it includes some whopping twigs that can only be discarded. The pouch has a bit of a spicy aroma and the moisture's good.
To be perfectly honest the cinnamon is nowhere near as strong as I expected it to be. The cinnamon, without doubt, is an integral part of the smoke, but the flavour isn't overly hot or spicy. The tobaccos give a creaminess: all black Cav', don't expect any grassy Virginia or nutty Burley. It burns at quite a slow pace and only creeps above medium in temperature if not sipped. I get no tongue bite.
A very coarse, chunky cut. No nicotine, no tongue bite. Nice billowing clouds of smoke. Just a hint of cinnamon, leaves a pleasant taste on the tongue. You know that you are smoking Black Cavendish, but there's not really a tobacco taste. 2.5 stars. No reason to buy again. Peter Stokkebye Cinnamon #46 is better.
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