The deeply rich and creamy caramel and vanilla toppings are more obvious than the honey, and all of them greatly sublimate the tobaccos. The earth, wood and nuts from the burley are less than a condiment, and only the grass from the gold Virginia cavendish peeks out a mite. The sugary black cavendish is a secondary player. The strength is mild. The nic-hit is extremely light. The taste level is couple of steps past the center of mild to medium. It won’t bite or get harsh. You may prefer to give it a little dry time as it burns slow when you don’t. Burns cool and clean with a very consistent flavor that extends to the pleasantly lingering after taste, and room note. Leaves some moisture in the bowl if not dried. Requires some relights. An all day smoke.
I believe that all of the cobblestone blends are re-badged Sutlliff bulk blends. For example I bought the Mocha flake in the tin and the bulk Sutliff mocha Strips and they are the same. The names of the blends suggest that this is true across the spectrum. Nothing against any of the blends but they are much less expensive in bulk.
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