The phrase decadent chocolate certainly applies to this all black blend! A truly mild yet satisfying smoke.

BrandSutliff Tobacco Company
Blended ByCarl McAllister
Manufactured BySutliff Tobacco Company
Blend TypeAromatic
ContentsBlack Cavendish
FlavoringCocoa / Chocolate
CutCoarse Cut
ProductionCurrently available
Where to Buy TobaccoPipes.com
Cup O' Joes
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Medium to Strong
Mild, Mild to Medium
Room Note
Very Pleasant

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JoeMan Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JoeMan (7)
Mild Medium to Strong Full Very Strong

If you smoke a pipe and also enjoy chocolate, I think you will like this marriage of all black cavendish and cocoa...maybe a lot. The chocolate pouch note will start to make your house smell fabulous even before you break the tape on the envelope. It is very nicely balanced, does not bite at all. I did not dry this at all, and it burns nicely once you light / tamp / light. Chocolate Mousse is not a complex smoke, nor do I think it should be. It's simple...the chocolate is present from the time you light it until you finish the bowl. I gladly give this one all 4 stars, I will definitely be getting more of this one.

Pipe Used: Linkman, Grabow, Peterson, Alpha

Age When Smoked: 51

Purchased From: PipesAndCigars.com

9 people found this review helpful.

JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (3005)
Mild to Medium Medium Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

No tobacco taste at all, but then again, you're not buying it for that. You're buying it because you want a rich chocolate flavored dessert smoke, though it can be an all day smoke if you so desire. There a little vanilla present, too. The smell of the blend is stronger than the taste, which I found to be a plus because it won't overwhelm the smoker with too much chocolate. Has little nicotine. The strength is in the center of mild to medium, while the taste level is a couple of steps past that mark. Won't bite or get harsh, and has no dull moments. It was a little moist when I got it, but I did not dry it out, and it burned cool and clean at a reasonable pace, with no harshness or bite, and very little moisture left in the bowl. Requires an average number of relights. No goop at the finish. Has a very pleasant, lightly lingering after taste and room note. An all day smoke.


8 people found this review helpful.

StevieB Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
StevieB (2071)
Mild Strong Mild Very Pleasant

Sutliff Tobacco Co. - Chocolate Mousse B30.

For an afternoon smoke I always like an aromatic. I have a penchant for sticky, heavy, and sweet aromatics around this time, normally vanilla or chocolate. So when I spotted Chocolate Mousse in my stash I couldn't resist! And considering my morning smoke didn't go down too well, D & R Two Timer Gold, I thought 'the more decadent the better, live a little!'.

Right from word go this is a heavy, clumsy blend: coarse jet black ribbons which smell heavily cased. The moisture's a bit high but that's to be expected for a strong smelling aromatic.

The smoke: the only nuance from the tobacco is black Cavendish vanilla, other than that it's a chocolate smoke: sticky, sweet and heavy. If, for some strange reason, you've ever pondered on how it would be to smoke a chocolate bar a bowl of this should answer that question! It smokes a bit wet, and requires a few relights. Tongue bite? None. Temperature? Like ice.

Nicotine: mild. Room-note: very pleasant.

Chocolate Mousse? A quintessentially indulgent blend. Highly recommended:

Four stars.

Pipe Used: Peterson Donegal #03

Age When Smoked: New

Purchased From: Cup O' Joes

5 people found this review helpful.

Young Piper Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Young Piper (303)
Very Mild Medium to Strong Mild Very Pleasant

Ah yes, B30 is just what I was looking for: a black Cavendish chocolate flavored blend. McClelland's Chocolate Silk is still the finest Chocolate blend I have ever had but B30 comes in a close 2nd. Mild tobacco with zero nicotine and the aroma in the bag does not translate to the taste. Yes you will taste the cocoa but nowhere near the almost unsettling tin note (which is good since it would have overwhelmed me). Everyone loves the room note and I liked the silky smooth, bite free taste. Again, I would prefer MC's Chocolate Silk but if I ran out and had this in my cellar, I could satisfy my sweet tooth and be content smoking B30. Also makes a great mixer with a strong burley!

Similar Blends: McClelland - GKCPC Chocolate Silk (Club Blends).

4 people found this review helpful.

ruffinogold Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
ruffinogold (109)
Mild Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant

Some people think you should give this to your girlfriend . .. I say dont bother untill youre grown up and married ... cause girlfriends are like the wind . Anyway , This blend has a nice choc mousse taste that dosent bite , smokes cool and mostly dry and the roomnote is very nice . It's mild in body and nicotine . After a day of working at my business and working on my farm / home and family [ you know ... man stuff ] this is a relaxing smoke . If you like aromatics , and why wouldnt you , you could give this a try very cheaply ... wvsmokeshop.com and other sites have it in 1 oz samples for like 1.79 or something like that . Have your wife try it too ... she may end up smoking the pipe w/ you ... my wife enjoys it . She also Enjoys Escudo and a bunch more of whats in MY cellar :)

3 people found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30126)
Mild Medium to Strong Mild Pleasant

A tip of the cap to the two previous reviewers whose positive comments led to me trying this.

I've been looking for a decent chocolate tobacco for blending experiments, specifically, to add more chocolate flavor and aroma to SG Chocolate Flake. (It works....give it a try.)

I pretty much agree with all the comments made in the previous reviews. The aroma of this is very strong, reminding me of freshly spread cocoa bean shell mulch. The flavor isn't as strong as the aroma but is definately there.

It does tend to burn a bit on the hot side but without tongue bite, and is best when mixed with a cooler burning weed.

Not something I'd often want to smoke by itself, but an excellent blending agent (very inexpensive too).

2 people found this review helpful.

Zarnicky Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Zarnicky (5)
Mild Mild to Medium Medium to Full Very Pleasant

Zarnicky loves this tobacco. Is very mild and smoother than a baby's bottom. Zarnicky have only von tooth and is a sweet tooth. Det's why I lovink dis Chocolate Mousse. Is better than smoking a Canadian Moose because antlers not get stuck in pipe. Is very sweet and delicious. Trust Zarnicky and try it. If you like mild aromatics, you vill loving this one.

Pipe Used: Lorenzetti Briar

Age When Smoked: You ask a lady her age? Fresh!

Purchased From: Smokingpipes.com

1 person found this review helpful.

CoreyR Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
CoreyR (36)
Very Mild Strong Medium Extra Strong

"I've lit up a Hershey bar." This was my first thought upon lighting Sutliffs Chocolate Mousse-B30. I obtained a pouch at the 2017 TAPS show in Raleigh, NC and thought I would give it a try. The pouch smell is strong, nearly "overpowering." Like smelling a box of chocolates. "Life is like a box of chocolates," after all and, with with this I could say I, "never knew what I was gonna get." LOL I loaded up a small meer, which I keep for sampling things which I fear may ghost a briar. It was very moist out of the pouch but it lit up on the first try and stayed lit the whole way through. I only had to tamp once on that bowl or the next, full sized one. It did leave a bit of dottle in the bottom of each bowl. As to the smoke? As I said in the beginning, I wasn't sure if I was smoking tobacco or a candy bar. After awhile it settled into tasting exactly like a chocolate milkshake. It was even smooth and creamy. The problem being, I was smoking my pipe, not drinking a milkshake! No tobacco flavor at all. I had to wonder how heavily cased this is, and with what, to get this taste/ sensation? The taste remained the same throughout both the small and large bowls which I tried. It did not get hot and there seems not chance it could bite. My wife, who loves the room note of H&H Egg Nog or Hobbits Weed, tells me that the room note was "too sweet." Final impression, this seems more like something I would think should be in a "hookah" than in a real tobacco pipe. However, if you really want something sweet, here it is. Particularly if you have a taste for chocolate and, for whatever reason, you cannot eat the real thing. While strong aro's are not usually my thing, I may keep a bit on hand. Who knows? It may help with my diet!

Pipe Used: Small Meerschaum, Meerschaum lined briar

Age When Smoked: out of the pouch

Purchased From: Sutliff at the TAPS show

Similar Blends: None that I am aware of.

1 person found this review helpful.

Pilot Lon Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pilot Lon (19)
Mild Mild to Medium Mild Pleasant

First Impressions:

I only bought an ounce of this to try, because the idea of chocolate tobacco just wasn't quite clicking with me. But, I love my BCA, and its clouds of vanilla smoke. So, why not?

Pouch note. As others have mentioned, this is a strong, rich, chocolate brownie smell in the pouch, that is about the strongest aroma I have encountered. And, it's not a chemical smell, either...just rich and delicious. Edible, even.

This was pretty moist, and I'll update this review in a few weeks, after it has dried a bit. But, it lit pretty well, and tended to stay lit without much problem. The clouds of chocolaty smoke will make you a friend in any room, I suspect.

As expected (and hoped) the smoke is less chocolaty, more of a rich creamy cocoa, but with enough flavor to make it a real keeper, and with some mouth taste of chocolate, also. There is no tobacco taste, but the tobacco is merely the chocolate delivery system, so I wasn't expecting any

This is a very nice aro, providing a nice counterpoint to the BCA, and its vanilla. And, it should make a fine evening dessert smoke, but could easily be smoked all day.

To get some tobacco flavor, I often mix CH with my BCA, and simply love that combination of vanilla and nutty flavors of the CH burley. CH will also be mixed with the Mousse, as I expect to find a similar nutty-chocolate mix that will also go on my list of "must smoke this more often" home blends.

For the moment, if you're a fan of vanilla, buy haven't yet tried chocolate, then I'd say your in for a treat. Three stars for smoked flavor, but the pouch aroma is simply a home run.

Pipe Used: Cob

Age When Smoked: Fresh from the pouch

Purchased From: P&C

1 person found this review helpful.

DC MacBean Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
DC MacBean (32)
Mild Medium Medium to Full Very Pleasant

As a lover of Black Cavendish, this is one of my favorites and is the best chocolate aromatic that I have encountered to date. It is rich, like chocolate cake with chocolate frosting topped with chocolate fudge. It is cool burning, does not bite, and is a relaxing experience. Of course, it is good on its own but it also lends itself to being combined with other blends. Chocolate Mousse mixed 50/50 with C&D's Peaches and Cream is a pleasantly interesting combination as is a three-part blend of equal portions of Chocolate Mousse, Lane's Very Cherry, and Lane's BCA.

Pipe Used: Corn Cob, Briarwood, Pear wood, Cherry wood

Age When Smoked: Fresh

Purchased From: Cup O' Joe's

1 person found this review helpful.

Jimmy Y. Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Jimmy Y. (1)
Mild Medium to Strong Mild to Medium Very Strong

bought this blend from pipes and cigars. and it is my favorite and no.1 blend. very mild for all day smoke. room note is full of chocolate aroma. i have found my no.1 and only blend. just got my 24 oz. order today 4/19/2017.

Pipe Used: savenelli

Age When Smoked: 65

Purchased From: Pipes And Cigars

1 person found this review helpful.

PipeGuy82 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
PipeGuy82 (12)
Very Mild Medium to Strong Mild to Medium Pleasant

I rate this blend 5 out of 10

This was another blend I tried early in my tobacco smoking career. I was looking for chocolate and got exactly what I was looking for in this blend! It is certainly rich with chocolate both in smell and in taste and for a long time I loved this blend for that fact. I would say it is of mid grade quality as an aromatic in that there is a slight aftertaste and hints of chemical additives in the flavoring, but overall it is pleasant to smoke and much better than your run of the mill gas station type chocolate cigar or something. If you are looking for chocolate, definitely give this one a try.

One thing I have learned from reading reviews on this site is that tobacco tastes are very subjective and just because a lot of other people like (or DON'T like) a blend does not necessarily mean it will be one that I personally enjoy...so for that reason I encourage you to please take these reviews and ratings with a grain of salt.

1 person found this review helpful.

WillBrown Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
WillBrown (137)
Mild to Medium Medium to Strong Mild to Medium Tolerable

The only reason I got this was because I've never had tobacco fused with chocolate before—in other words, just plain curious. First off, the bag note was undeniably full of chocolate scent; what I would consider to be a rich, dark chocolate (it reminded me of brownies). I enjoyed the bag note.

Upon lighting, the chocolate additive came through loud and clear, but after the first few puffs it started to disappear. On the snork the chocolate was also present, but, like I said previously, the taste withers away rather quickly. As the bowl progressed the tobacco got hot, really hot, and some other, much less pleasant tastes started to appear; not chocolate, nor anything else I could identify, other than a really odd chemical-like taste (a plastic, faux taste of some sort). A nasty backwash built up along with it.

The first third of this blend was mildly entertaining, the rest not so. My main problem with this blend is WHY? Why would you want to SMOKE chocolate? Geez, I mean, wouldn't you rather be EATING it? It's very difficult for me to get my head around this unholy alliance.

Some would say, I'm sure, the scent is what this is all about, after all, it's an aromatic, but, my gallery not once commented about there being any "chocolate" in the air (though, as everyone knows, I smoke for myself and not others).

So, in the end, this marriage between one of the most healthy and complete foods on the planet (sans processed sugar, of course) and tobacco, really doesn't make any sense to me. Perhaps someone else can explain why this is a good idea, but not me.

My curiosity is now satisfied. No more chocolate/tobacco combos for me (if I can help it).

Keep on pipin'

1 person found this review helpful.

oldorder Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
oldorder (22)
Mild Very Strong Full Pleasant

Candy Store? You're there. Out of the chocolates this is my favorite. Strong chocolate. It's a little like walking up and down the row smelling the offerings and stopping at a spot or two to get the most pleasant whiff. The topping is so much that I have to relight more often, but it's worth it.

Pipe Used: Large bowl briars

Age When Smoked: fresh from the pouch

Purchased From: Pipes and Cigars

Similar Blends: Like many other Chocolates, but but stronger and more defined candy. A dessert smoke for sure..

1 person found this review helpful.

cyberkahuna Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
cyberkahuna (2)
Mild Medium to Strong Full Very Pleasant

I love this stuff. It smells good enough to eat every time I take a whiff of this stuff in the jar. and tastes as good as it smells as soon as I light it. It really is the chocolate taste I've been looking for. I think that if Willy Wonka smoked he'd have smoked this.

1 person found this review helpful.

Redd Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Redd (117)
Extremely Mild Very Mild Mild Very Pleasant

Give this one to your girlfriend for Valentines Day along with the Wittman Sampler. A good blend for Female pipes smokers.

1 person found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30126)
Mild to Medium Medium Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Being as this tobacco is blended by a company known for numerous dismal aromatics, the quality of this blend came as quite a shock. A rich, black cavendish cased with a truly remarkable chocolate flavoring. It burns slow, doesn't bite much and doesn't really goop up your pipe either. These attributes were surprising since the feel of the tobacco out of the bag is rather moist.

Out of the several chocolate tobaccos that I've tried, this Altadis creation ranks at the top. A pure and simple chocolate blend that satisfies. Four stars.

1 person found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30126)
Mild to Medium Medium to Strong Medium Very Pleasant

This blend came as a bit of a surprise. As a lover of dark semi-sweet chocolate, I had yet to find an aromatic tobacco "labeled" chocolate to really deliver a true chocolate taste and aroma. This one does, and does it well. It is a very rough cut, but packed easily and burned well. The only thing I found that could elicite any real critisism was that it did burn a little on the hot side (it is an Altadis blend), but slow puffing and a couple of relites seemed to take care of the problem.

This is not what I would call an everyday smoke, at least from my standpoint, but it is an aromatic I plan to keep around for those times when I'm looking for something just a little different.

What do you know, this makes 3 Altadis blends that I've found a liking for. Will wonders never cease.

F. Prefect

A brief update. With regard to the hot burning tendancies of this blend, I tried a 50/50 mix of the B-30 and Lane BCA which burns much cooler. I had expected that this blend would reduce the predominant dark chocolate flavor, but to my surprise, the blend not only burned cooler, but lost little of the chocolate flavor, and after smoking this mixture for a while actually came to prefer it to "straight" B-30.

F. Prefect

1 person found this review helpful.

Arkansas Piper Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Arkansas Piper (47)
Mild to Medium Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

I was so disappointed by itself, but I recommend as a blend mixer! The tin note was super chocolatey but once lit, it was a cheap, artificial flavor. Overpowering and unpleasant to me. The smoke was thick and strong, which was good but the chocolate was not good. HOWEVER, I will say that it worked great as a blend mixer. Good cutter and gave an extra layer.

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Codger Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Codger (4)
Mild Mild Mild Pleasant

What a surprisingly pleasant tobacco! The pouch aroma is very strong chocolate mousse, but the smoke is far more subtle. This is not like smoking a candy bar. The smell and taste is chocolate, but not syrupy sweet, and not even like milk chocolate. More bitter-sweet.

Don't make the mistake I did. I couldn't wait to smoke this when I received it, so I loaded my pipe. The tobacco was limp with moisture, and I used half a tank of butane in my lighter trying to keep it lit. It smoked hot because of the steam from the moisture. Had I reviewed it at that point, this would not have been a very positive review! The smell and taste of the tobacco were diluted by the steam, and it smoked hotter than I'd ever expected.

I spread a couple of pipes worth on a piece of paper and let it dry on an office table for a couple of days. Voila! Not sticky, didn't clump together. Loaded a pipe, and it remained lit...and the chocolate aroma mouth after-taste were wonderful!

Smokes slow and consistent...more than an hour in my medium bowl pipes. I enjoyed every bit of it!

Pipe Used: Peterson System

Age When Smoked: 2 weeks

Purchased From: Tobacco Pipes

Similar Blends: Sutliff Hot Chocolate B28...but the Hot Chocolate's flavor is more cocoa than chocolate, and I think I like it even more..

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JimPM Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimPM (131)
Mild Strong Mild Very Pleasant

Today, I am sounding the Requiem for the Chocoladytes. I know you are out there, because I am one too and there is nothing unique about me the truth be known. Specifically, I give you Part II of Sutliff chocolate aromatic adventures. This time, me and my cheapo hardwood cob are frolicking with a smashing bowl of the so-called B30 Chocolate Mousse. A gnarly mask of pitched ebon Cavendish drenched in quarts of chocolate and rich cocoa flavorings. Keep in mind that is the official label from the manufacturer, but there is some misted vanilla influence working within this blend as well.

Jagged and irregular slivers frame its coarse cut and amply wet texture. The pouch note on this mix is so bracing ones gets just an annihilating blast of intense dark chocolate and bittersweet cocoa which is quite enough for the senses. To say its mouthwatering on impact would be a disservice. The aroma is delightfully transfixing if you are a true Chocola-maniac.

Oddly, the magnitude and strength of the added flavoring are much more mellow within the experienced taste profile versus the riveting smack of its nose. Yet, the additives do in fact overpower the general registration with an initial blusterous thrust of pure chocolate bliss, (i.e., yes very mousse-like). This one, as opposed to Sutliff’s Chocolate Trouffle, is much, much deeper, and richer in the principal taste feature. The smooth overall tone reminds me of the boldness and depth of quality German style chocolate. Happy thoughts of one of my favorite childhood candies, Ice Cubes produced by Albert’s/Mortiz, comes to mind during its smoking. About halfway through the session, however, this wonderful flavor attenuates markedly as a well-spoken note of vanilla and fictile, softly-tart, zest of the base Cavendish pull forward in complement.

B30 is cool burning with absolutely no bite, which is always a fine disclosure. The exquisitely choco-full room essence, with its succulently sweet and warmly inviting thick plumage, will have you feverously searching, spoon in hand, for that hidden dish of fluffy whipped delight. It’s a good one bottom-line I must say, but I do favor the Trouffled version a bit more myself.

Long may your pipe smoke!

Pipe Used: Cheap hardwood cob

Age When Smoked: Fresh

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WorkingClassChap Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
WorkingClassChap (184)
Extremely Mild Mild to Medium Mild Very Pleasant

Smoking now:

The bag note is a sweet chocolate like a candy bar, chocolate sauce, or ... a chocolate mousse. The topping can be smelled though two plastics bags. It’s strong topping. Very delightful.

I let dry for 30 minutes prior to loading my pipe. It’s a course and large back cavendish mixture.

The initial light is a chocolate syrup taste. Afterwards it is a very sweet chocolate cavendish. It’s topping is noticeable and that’s all I get. The more I smoked the less topping and more cavendish I got.

Relights on par with other aromatic cavendish blends which is to say a few more than normal. The taste is mild, no nicotine, no harshness or bite. Topping does diminish the more you smoke it.

I smoked this with a buddy indoors to get a better sense of the room note. It’s mild compared to other aromatics. Almost like we were not smoking tobacco but lit chocolate incense or a candle.

Left some moisture in the bowl, smoked cool and well enough.

I’ll probably take this and blend it with other tobaccos to see what I can create. On its own it’s a nice mellow one demential chocolate smoke. Not bad for what it is. Nice to smoke around people who don’t smoke.

Pipe Used: Briar Peterson 80s

Age When Smoked: Fresh

Purchased From: Smoking Pipes

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Boatdock Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Boatdock (34)
Mild to Medium Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant

This black cavendish blend is about as chocolate as tobacco gets. Too wet to be smoked out of the bag, some drying time or 20 seconds in the microwave will be necessary. It smokes cool and has a very pronounced chocolate flavor. If chocolate is what you want, this stuff delivers.

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Rayzor Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Rayzor (16)
Very Mild Very Strong Very Mild Very Pleasant

Smells great in the bag. It smells like a chocolate brownie. The cut is cubed which makes packing easy. It's very wet. I pack it into my pipe and leave it for a day and lights easily. No bite. The room note is amazing and you'll get many compliments. The taste is chocolate with a hint of whisky. There is no tobacco taste at all. There's no nicotine hit. The mouthfeel is air with some chocolate. It's a great aromatic and a great starter tobacco. If you like mild tobaccos with amazing aromas and strong but artificial flavouring added it's great. Easy to smoke.

Pipe Used: Savinelli Nonpareil 9111 vintage

Age When Smoked: 1 year +

Purchased From: kingsmoking

Similar Blends: Cornell & Diehl - Dark Chocolate.

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DakotaHale43 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
DakotaHale43 (47)
Mild Medium Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

The tin note is among the best that I have ever smelled. It smells of rich, dark chocolate that could be drizzled onto a cake, in fact, the way this blend is cut makes it look like little chopped pieces of chocolate, and to a non-smoker I'd wager that they couldn't tell the difference from sight and smell alone. The taste itself is a bit lighter than the tin note, but is still great and holds up throughout the rest of the bowl.

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Ramo Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Ramo (14)
Mild Strong Very Mild Pleasant

This blend smells like brownies. Unfortunately, it doesn't really taste like brownies. Just opening the sample bag made my entire apartment smell like brownies. The taste is mild sweetness, with maybe a hint of chocolate. Honestly, it doesn't deliver.

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BunsOfAluminum Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
BunsOfAluminum (4)
Mild Medium to Strong Medium Pleasant

The tobacco itself is richly dark and moist with a strong, decadent aroma of chocolate. There's barely any taste of tobacco when smoking it, but there is a pleasant chocolate taste. It smokes well at any time and doesn't have any tongue bite or residue. I enjoyed it very much.

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Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30126)
Mild Medium Medium Pleasant

As a novice smoker, I found this tobacco to be quite enjoyable. The aroma is rich with chocolate, but seems to be a bit damp. I recommend drying it a bit before smoking. It smokes best hot and wet. I haven't tried blending it with Lane BCA yet, but that is planned for the future.

If you like chocolate aromatics or want to experience one, then I recommend trying this one. It is also very inexpensive.

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