This is an inexpensive, stereotypic aromatic. Handling and burn are good. Out of the fresh pouch I found it to match the scent of the actual coconut cream liqueur (that my wife likes to buy in the summer) and I give it credit for that. The tobaccos used play a secondary role in this, at least I didn't taste much.
I didn't finish the pouch completely, because once it got dry after a couple of months. Re-humidified, the topping I once bought it for was nearly completely gone.
For coconut flavor try Winslow Harlekin or Huber Barbados Blend.
Smell after opening the pouch 50g: After opening the package will be immediately reminded of the classic liqueur Batida de Coco, and something sugary hay comes close with a subtle hint of fruit. So the smell was rather interesting. Whether you choose to Caribbean beach and palm trees can move atmosphere? I know not, but one summer he is tobacco in any case.
Consistency of tobacco: The tobacco picture is so bright to medium brown. He looks as if he had been extremely bedraggled, as can be admired rather large flakes. I found it a bit dry, but it was easy to bring into the pipe.
Smoke properties: The Glutkissen did ignite easily. The tobacco itself is burning evenly cool and quiet. The quality of tobacco is good. It is suitable for beginners because it requires little attention. But careful, do not smoke too hot. As the whistle I recommend a medium to large fill volume, so that the strange flavor can develop nicely. Even with this tobacco, I recommend it to filter smoke. What amazes me, he is really cool in the burning.
Taste: If I did not know that there is a similar candidates, which is cheaper and tastes better, I probably would smoke in the summer time these exotics, because he has something. It tastes like its name suggests, after Batida de Coco. The problem with this mixture is slightly flavored vinegar taste on the tongue and unfortunately this chemical grade. Too bad. Because for the summer, a fun idea and a creation that does not often occur.
Conclusion: As I said, there is another tobacco, the brigg - Coco Pineapple Planta of which tastes much better. This brings the qualities of what Batida de Coco brings not exist. Idea is good, fresh summery taste of tobacco, you can smoke it, but I'm personally a little too sour and dull on the tongue. If you like high aromatics could have fun with the tobacco. I would rather choose the alternative of Planta.
This is very artificial, like sprayed with perfume,total disapointment for a fan of the drink batida de coco in the summer-time ofcourse. It is no suitable, even for the aromatic smokers. Even my wife, who likes me to smoke aromatics, found the room aroma wierd and not pleasant. Sour artificial taste, after all, nothing good to rememeber about, is a bit dry and there is lots of (sour) black cavendish. Cavendish is supposed to be sweet! not recommended
This is a really strange blend. I cannot say it is bad,good, or anything else. It is simply Weird. It is very sweet and dry. The best description of the taste is if you smoked a big fat LOLI POP! It really is kind of fun. Not a serious tobacco but serious fun. I found that mixing a generous portion of McClelland's Blending Perique to the mix actually makes it a wonderful aromatic with some backbone. If you see it for cheap and like loli pops , go for it!
Too sweet to be good, this blend fails either in making you taste even a little tobacco and in tasting something near Batida de Coco. It scores a good point just for its burning qualities: cool, dry and not biting at all, despite the huge flavouring. You can pass this by without regretting.
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