I do not get why producers even hassle around with a brand that lousy. Ok, they are very affordable blends but in the end, not smoking at all is even more affordable and alot less pain and hassle than smoking this stuff here.
Pouch note is of some undefined sweet and slightly alcoholic note. The cut is Pöschl's standard "wild cut".
Packing and lighting both are easy and hassle free unless you puff away fast, then this blend has a tendency to burn hot.
Taste is flat, boring and as far from chocolate as one can get. In fact, if anything at all then it does has a slight vanilla taste to it. After half the bowl whatever flavour was there is gone and only hot air remains. You will not be able to taste any tobacco. Tongue bite may occur if not smoked correctly.
Room note is so-so, not nice, not bad. Aftertaste is nicer as the actual smoke was but still nothing one would aim for.
If i where a meany i would say this blend was that lousy that even the king of lousiness, Pöschl, quit hassling around with it. Should you be able to still dig this blend out somewhere then stay clear of it by all means. Aging is something that clearly wouldn't help Mild Chocolate at all.
Pipe Used: It went trough rotation.
Age When Smoked: They don't print production dates on it.
says u hv to rubb it before packing,,well even if u flip inside the pouch it wont d u good ive almost tried every thing its not worth it thts it,,straight heavily cased cavendish with no sense of tobacco to b detected,,burns well bt wt does tht stands for?wont be on my list
This is a truly boring, almost tasteless kind of tobacco. No chocolate flavour as promised, dull, uninteresting and underwhelming are words that come up to mind. not awfull, just flat. The only good point is that after you smoke it, it leaves a nice taste in your mouth. Maybe it can work as an extra mild aromatic. I will finish my puch probably, but I won't be getting another one anytime soon.
If you like chocolate, you won't find it here! Not a very tasty tobacco: unless you smoke it extra slow, you will find it tastes like hot air! I can understand how a neophyte might enjoy this, as it has a decent room note and burns easily, almost by itself (perhaps a bit TOO fast and hot). It costs very little, and is not too goopy thanks to the very light casing. At the end of the bowl it can become bitter. Slightly less boring than the similar Amphora Green... but not by much!
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