Tobacco selection: Air-cured Burleys from Mexico and flue-cured Virginias from Brazil and USA. Sweet fruit taste perfectly balanced with brandy. A fine smoking blend on its own. Loose cut mixed with cut plug.

Manufactured ByVilliger
Blend TypeVirginia/Burley
ContentsBurley, Virginia
FlavoringBlackberry, Brandy, Fruit / Citrus
ProductionCurrently available
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Mild to Medium
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Very Pleasant
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AE1PT Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
AE1PT (8)
Mild to Medium Medium Mild to Medium Strong

This tobacco arrived as a sample from SPC--the other offering was a Tom Eltang that I had already tried. It has been quite some time since I smoked any aromatics--but my journey into pipe smoking many decades ago began with them.

The bag aroma is quite nice and not terribly overwhelming--but it is very full and obvious. As with many aro blends it was moist, but not sticky. The blend loaded quite well in a MM, and did not compact too tightly limiting the draw. A prelight started the bowl well, and there was no rise that required a lot of tamping.

For me, the taste of the Virginia came through immediately. Typical notes of hay and the sweetness of that tobacco--quite distinct from the sweetness of the blackberry and brandy. At first, the taste of the blackberry was a bit subdued--but began to take on greater character moving into the first quarter of the bowl.

At this point, the richer burley takes a center stage from the VA, as does the level of nicotine! It has a bit of a "tang" that is not quite a bite--but the mouth feel that is associated with a good burley. The smoke itself is a nice body--but not heavy or thickly creamy. This is quite satisfying for those of us who chase the tobacco tang of English/Balkan blends.

Halfway into the bowl and moving down, the blackberry fills in the balance from the earlier VA and burley steps--melding with each and making for a quite satisfying smoke. The nicotine remains moderately full, and the aroma of the blackberry and brandy FILLS the room--but not unpleasantly or cloyingly so.

The finish strengthens toward the bottom with some loss of the initial distinctions--a bit monochrome if you will--and the moisture levels damp but not too problematic to cause gurgling. I left a bit unsmoked--as is my custom even amongst my regular English/Balkan rotation. I had hints that the very last of it was not going to be particularly pleasant. On the second bowl later, I smoked it in stages--returning several times to relight and enjoy. There was no significant degradation of the blend--nor any harshness from resting.

All in all, I found this blend quite enjoyable--and will add a few ounces on a regular basis to my cellar. A thing to note though. Pick a pipe you smoke similar aro's in or dedicate a briar or cob. Once you pass a couple bowls through--it is going to move in and stay...

Pipe Used: MM Washington

Age When Smoked: New Sample

Purchased From: SPC

9 people found this review helpful.

JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (3046)
Mild to Medium Medium to Strong Medium Very Pleasant

The burleys have some toasted nuttiness, wood and earth, and maybe a touch of molasses. They stand out a little more than the flue cured, grassy, tart citrusy Virginias, which also sports a minor earth note. The blackberry brandy topping is fairly sweet with a slight sour hit that I particularly notice in the last third of the experience, which interrupts the smoothness a mite. The topping does tone down the tobaccos, but they show up a little more after the half way point. The strength is a couple of steps past the mild mark. The taste barely reaches the medium level. The nic-hit is a shade past being mild. Burns cool at a slow to moderate pace with a mostly consistent flavor from top to bottom. Requires a few relights as the blend burns moist. Has no bite or harsh notes. Leaves some moisture in the bowl, but no dottle. The light sourness at the end of the smoke unfortunately translates to the short lived after taste. has a decent room note. Two and a half stars.


7 people found this review helpful.

Adam Z Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Adam Z (18)
Mild Mild to Medium Mild Very Pleasant

This is the perfect example of why one should smoke several bowls before writing a review. Had I written my review after my first bowl, this might have been a 4-star review. Instead, I give it a 2 (upgraded to a 3 on 12/21/18). I was initially quite impressed at how it holds its flavor throughout the duration of the bowl compared to some of the other aromatics that I've smoked. After smoking 9 bowls of the stuff, I'm beginning to regret that 8oz purchase that I made following the first bowl.

The taste is in no way off-putting. The jar aroma is quite pleasant, as is the room note (no complaints from the wife when I smoke this one inside). I find that this blend requires an above average number of relights, and the casing causes it to burn hot (both common problems for aromatics). I might be able to forgive this, but the smoke produced is fairly thin from start to finish. I feel like I'm slowly sipping air that has the faint taste of blackberries. It's really easy to push this one too much in attempt to coax thicker smoke and more flavor out of it than what it is going to give, and then I end up burning my mouth and tongue. So it's too much effort for too little payoff flavor-wise.

I do recommend smoking this one in a cob, or a briar dedicated to fruity aromatics, as the blackberry flavor will stick around for a bit. I smoked some Peterson Hyde Park in my Savinelli 601 when the last 2 bowls in the pipe were Blackberry Brandy, and I tasted the blackberry brandy more than expected or desired - I will note, however, that that blackberry ghost only stuck around for a couple bowls, so it isn't going to ruin your pipe.

12/21/18 EDIT: Smoking this more, I've found that if I just let it dry longer, and pack it tighter than I normally pack my nonaromatics, it makes for a much better experience with fewer relights. Upgrading from 2 stars to 3 stars. Sometimes it really DOES take time and effort, and willingness to change-up some of the things you're doing in order to figure out how to make a particular blend work better.

Pipe Used: Savinelli 601, MM Legend & a clay pipe

Age When Smoked: unknown (bulk)

Purchased From: The Pipe & Pint (Greensboro, NC) and PipesAndCigars.com

3 people found this review helpful.

StevieB Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
StevieB (2080)
Mild Strong Mild to Medium Tolerable to Strong

Newminster - No. 23 Blackberry Brandy.

Just like CHEAP liqueur.

The blend is dark in colour, comprises fairly uniform/well rubbed ribbons, has only a little too much moisture, and the smell implies a sweet and sharp flavour. I second what AE1PT said about ghosting: for heavens sake, don't have your first bowl in your favourite porous Meer', it's gonna get ruined.

The smoke: the flavour lacks the sweetness of the pouch-note, but has twice as much sharpness; this causticity only increases as a bowl's smoked. To my palate the aromatics monopolize the smoke, leaving very little room to be able to identify much tobacco. Another low point, for me, is tongue bite.

The room-note's a bit too much, and the nicotine's mild.

No. 23? No thanks.

Not recommended.

Pipe Used: Cob

Age When Smoked: New

Purchased From: Smokingpipes.com

3 people found this review helpful.

Pipe Newb Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pipe Newb (49)
Medium Medium Medium Very Pleasant

I am a big fan of some aros, but usually not anything with fruit as they've typically been fairly acrid, acidic on the tongue, and generally disagreeable in my past.

However, this blend was gifted to me to sample, and I am very glad it was.

Pouch note is smoky, with a strong presence of natural overripe blackberry.

The initial char and first few draws were very smooth and balanced, a faint smokiness, slightly stronger bready/yeasty characteristics, with strong blackberry and currant. Snorking and French Inhale left a strong taste and aroma of, well, blackberries! While the flavor was spot on, there was no syrupy or sickly sweet character to the smoke... think more of a very dry blackberry wine.

Nicotine content was a bit of a surprise, I'm guessing burley is a predominant tobacco in this blend. I went to the races a little on this one. It's sneaky because as soon as the flavor starts to get really good, so does the buzz.

All-in-all, a very enjoyable tobacco. I can see this being a great post-lunch smoke, a bright, warm, and gentle aromatic that would pair well with iced tea. Think of a well balanced tobacco, then add just enough blackberry topping to make it agreeable indoors. As far as a con, I would say the topping can overpower the tobacco somewhat, nothing is really "bold" here.

Pipe Used: MM Legend

Age When Smoked: Unknown

Purchased From: Unknown (gifted)

3 people found this review helpful.

BigCasino Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
BigCasino (27)
Very Mild Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

I partake in few Aromatics, but I love the thought of a delicious berry and other fruit flavored tobaccos, so I try them when I see something I like, I didn't think the tobacco was overly wet, but the darkness of this blend and the wonderful aroma in the bulk jar at the B&M just forced me to buy some, and I'm glad I did, I don't ever dry any of my tobacco, so I stuff and puff, sure it takes a couple few relights but then again most do, and I'm not in a big hurry anyways, the flavor of the blackberries does come through, it's no where near over powering, the tobacco is definitely a mild flavor, but then just enough of the blackberry is left behind

Pipe Used: Nording Rshodesian

Age When Smoked: unknown

Purchased From: Alegheny Smoke Works

2 people found this review helpful.

Bbrown626 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Bbrown626 (150)
Mild to Medium Medium Medium Pleasant

I visited a local B&M to shop for cigars and stumbled upon this. It started out as a pretty good smoke, but deteriorated as the bowl burned down. It started to to sour the further I smoked and became intolerable by the time it got to the bottom 1/3 of the bowl. I tried it again in a cob with the same results. 1 star.

Pipe Used: Medico Crest

Age When Smoked: new

Purchased From: Local B@M

1 person found this review helpful.

Capt Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Capt (339)
Mild Medium to Strong Mild Pleasant

I one of those guys that loves cheap blackberry brandy and Manischewitz blackberry wine. Especially in the fall. I also enjoy a solid aromatic as much as I like my Balkans. if it's quality, ill consume it!

I bought a 2oz pouch of this without reading any reviews prior. I knew this could go either way. Harsh, goopy and sickly sweet, cloying, or flavorful fruitiness with a touch of alcohol.

It arrived with about a dozen other blends, and this was one of the first I choose to start reviewing. I headed up to northern Michigan on a few hour road trip and packed my first bowl.

The pouch aroma smells more like grape bubble gum than blackberry to me. Its not sticky, nor does it smell overly artificial. It is a bit moist, which did require a few initial lights on the first few bowls.

The aroma doesn't transfer much to the smoke. It does have a slight sweetness, a touch of fruit, but unless you knew this was Blackberry Brandy, you would never be able to decipher what is was by the smoke alone. If has a slight sharp note, but it's not off putting. Nothing creamy about this blend. Burn rate and evenness is surprisingly great even with the fresh moisture content. It can have a minor harsh spot, and it does change significantly as it burns down, coming somewhat flat. It leaves an ashy aftertaste, but no tongue bite. I'll have no problem finishing the last few bowls of this 2oz. 2.5 stars for now.

1 person found this review helpful.

manxman Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
manxman (82)
Mild Mild Very Mild Tolerable

No Bite no nicotine. Nothing to recommend it. So I will not be buying this again. I will say that it has a nice pouch aroma, but that doesn't translate to the smoke, so why bother?

Pipe Used: MM cob, MM hardwood, both with filters

Age When Smoked: fresh to 4 weeks

Purchased From: Pipes and cigars .com

1 person found this review helpful.

natibo Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
natibo (169)
Very Mild Medium Extremely Mild (Flat) Pleasant

I found this to be rather flavorless. The tin smell is decent enough. However, I just could not taste it. It had very little flavor at all, even tobacco flavor.

1 person found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30167)
Mild to Medium Strong Medium Very Pleasant

When I first read about Mr. Swearingen of Smokingpipes.com enjoying a pre-release sample, I was very much intrigued by the sound of this blend. I was eager to pick up an ounce when it came out.

I don't often smoke aromatics, but the Blackberry Brandy sounded much too interesting not to try. The aroma is incredibly strong and the tobacco is very moist. It's the closest to hookah shisha I've ever seen in pipe tobacco. This blend could probably stand to have a good bit of air drying time, but I was too impatient to do so. There was a lot of relighting those couple bowls. That said, it was a good smoke. The flavor was incredibly present, and yet it didn't strike me as overwhelming (something that, say, Stanwell Melange did). I didn't really experience the room note, but I think it would be quite agreeable.

In the end, this isn't a tobacco for me to keep around, but I think it's good aromatic. If that's more your cup of tea, definitely give it a try.

1 person found this review helpful.

doc pipes Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
doc pipes (110)
Mild Medium Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

This blend smells delicious. The pouch aroma matches the taste. The taste matches the room note. While there is very little tobacco flavor to this blend, the blackberry topping really shines and makes this an excellent alternative to dessert. I did not pick up on the brandy in either the pouch or in the bowl.

The tobacco is fairly dry and is not sticky to the touch. It burns fairly well with surprisingly few relights. There are hints of vanilla that seem to echo the blackberry, and there was a delicious caramel sweetness on the finish.

Pipe Used: Numerous briars

Age When Smoked: Fresh bulk

Purchased From: SP

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JimPM Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimPM (153)
Mild Medium Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Manufactured by Mac Baren for Villiger, I believe, the Newminster brand No. 23 BlackBerry Brandy offers a sweet, spicy aromatic folly of deeply dark Mexican Burley and matured Red Virginia from the Americas thoughtfully spritzed with posh blackberry and mild tempered brandy top-coatings. It is my opinion that the Burley primarily host the featured berry flavoring and the Virginia contains the alcohol based upon what I eventually was reading within the separate mutterings. I do also feel that some honey casing has been applied to the Virginian as that particular registration came through as a subtle accenting note with the smoking.

A mixed bag of stouthearted tobaccos comprised of course cut, ribbon and seedy chunks/flecks of plug cut morsels makes for a striking introduction. The bulk No. 23 Blackberry Brandy is exceptionally husky and singular in composure. Principally, the pouched visage presents a portrait of choice lustful varietals, leaning a tad wayward on the rougher side of attractiveness.

Conversely, the immediate pouched fragrance of the essentially dry tobacco is rather gracious in demeanor, imagine that. With the projection of a foremost tartness, colorfully sour/woody native spice, delicately sweet of berried goodness and softer alcohol accent, the mix presents an alluring perfume. A congenial appeasement given the blend’s toothy appearance.

Although this mixture is comparatively simple and unassuming in constitution, it did present me with a minor challenge fingering some of the native taste profiling. As a consequence, I probably was into my third bowl before I came to recognize the pattern. First and importantly, the additives are effortlessly discernable as they do occupy considerable space within the bolus of the flavor experience. Overall No.23 endows a light-hearted toasty, smokey feel in pursuit.

With respect to those coatings, the lead feature is largely formed by the sweet, tarty blackberry tastefulness. Crisp, sumptuously thick, and jam-like in magnitude this sugary attribute remains consistently throughout the bowl session. If you are like me with a fondness of blackberries, the contentment is undeniable. The brandy note characterized as somewhat reserved as to intensity and charted bit elusive at times. Nevertheless, the boozy coating manifests its presence by inserting a comfortably spiced dry fruity, oaky alcohol refrain.

Regarding the native Burley and Virginia components, let me say on this particular blend they do show some distinguished prominence. My conclusion is that the blending presents a fairly even balance of the two. Yet if I were to be persuaded, in the end the Burley endows the greater thrust of taste truth be known.

Namely the lead chair occupancy moves around as each strain takes turn as the prima donna performer. Specifically, as the Virginia draws center stage the Burley shadows in complement and then their relative positions switch, multiple times. With the Virginia, a tangy citrus grass moves outward from base bringing a bit of piney affluence with it as it enfolds the brandy push and traces of honey. The Mexican Burley entertains with a dominant buttery zest and darkly seasoned cedar note. A passive highlight of nuttiness and toasty molasses softens the bold Burley remarking. The confluence of these two streams rounds out the flavor as they intertwine with the berry/brandy pronouncement.

Production of thick plumy clouds of dense grey smoke is integral to this blend. The room note provided is agreeably delightful as a ripe berry. Sugary fruity tartness is bolstered by the spice of citrus and seasoned wood. The lingering of this aroma makes for a pleasant shading of the immediate smoking area. No. 23 is gentle on the palate and makes for a mellowing dessert-like undertaking. Successive bowls might be a stretch to the enjoyment but as a one-off pampering, as one would imagine it capped off my noted craving nicely. Per chance, the blend would also suffice as a nice mixer with a pinch of Sutliff Vanilla Custard or bawdy Burley like Five Brothers for another interesting twist of flavor.

So having ingested this “super blend” did I feel mentally sharper, less sickly, slimmer, or hear the beckoning call of mother nature, well no not really but I was quite pacified after all. For the record this is the third Newminster blend sampling I’ve tried and must say I’m impressed by the quality of the blending and most definitely by the modest pricing of these mixtures. In hindsight it is along the lines of The Country Squire’s Blue Ribbon, yet another blackberry aromatic that begs notoriety. So, if fruity liquor excursions are your thing, then I suggest you give this one a try. No need for the massive Bavarian supper, Blackberry Brandy is a tasty course in itself as you will discover. 3.0 Pipes

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slashes Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
slashes (16)
Mild to Medium Medium Medium Very Pleasant

A simple sweet aromatic at a budget price. Not a complex smoke at all as the main flavor is the blackberry with a slight tartness. The burleys do have a slight nuttiness and the Virginia's have a slight citrus flavor that shine through occasionally. Didn't bite me even when pushed. Could easily be an all day smoke for someone who enjoys a simple aromatic with not a lot of complexity.

Pipe Used: MM cobs and a no name briar

Age When Smoked: Fresh

Purchased From: Pipes and cigars.com

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BrokenRecord Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
BrokenRecord (124)
Very Mild Mild to Medium Mild Pleasant

This is not my favorite blackberry brandy aromatic on the market. It is just fine.

The Virginia leaf are bright, grassy, and slightly acrid. The burley tobacco is mellow and does not add much body or flavor to the smoke. The casing is tasty but not scrumptious, though I wish there was more of it.

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

Has a very unpleasant start. It bites and has a nasty wet feel. It has a very strong grape soda smell and taste. As you smoke it down the grape soda taste mixes with some very strong tobaccos, perhaps it's the burley. As far as aromatics go I don't personally like it. But if you want to try strong fruit-flavoured tobacco with what I thought was a strong nic-hit, this is it.

Pipe Used: Stanwell bent Dublin #63

Age When Smoked: new

Purchased From: smokingpipes.com

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Screaming Jazz Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Screaming Jazz (6)
Mild to Medium Medium to Strong Medium Very Pleasant

I bought this blend to see if it could match the goodness that is Firedance Flake. It didn't; the two aren't very similar. It shines on its own though. The blackberry is most prominent. It isn't overly sweet, thanks to the brandy. It does have a level of natural sweetness that one would expect a blackberry to have, however. The brandy flavour stays a little ways off in the background. It isn't always detectable, but when it is it adds a nice depth to the flavour. The blackberry and brandy work together in a very interesting way that can really make you think about the blend. At the same time, if you just want to turn your brain off and not think this blend is great for that too. You don't have to think very hard to appreciate the wonderful blackberry. 8.9/10

Age When Smoked: Fresh

Purchased From: Smoking Pipes

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canvas Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
canvas (337)
Very Mild Medium to Strong Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

I have never tried anything from Newminster, nor Blackberry Brandy before, so I was not sure what to expect here. Well... the topping was so strong I grabbed an old pipe out of fear of some serious ghosting, the Mrs. however loved the smell of the pouch and it reminded her of some part of childhood, I was more skeptical and worried about a headache afterwards.

I was expecting something quite sticky in the bag to warrant the intense (almost medical) berry smell, yet the thinly shredded cut was not overly damp. It did pack down far denser than it's bouncy nature led on. Once lit, the flavor stayed true to the blackberry aroma, though of course less intense.

The blackberry taste reminded me of a drink I enjoy that combines black currant syrup and Guiness; it is tangy sweet with the bitterness of a stout. I prefered this fruit topping to any cherry nonsense so commonly found in tobaccos. The taste stayed on in the saliva for awhile, so I imagine my ghosting fears may be well founded.

The room note did not carry the flavor, to whom it may concern.

The blend never came across as cheap, yet the candy-ish nature of it, made it something to only smoke once-in-awhile, which is what held it back from a full 3 stars for me.

Purchased From: pipesandcigars.com

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OkieSmokie Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
OkieSmokie (20)
Mild to Medium Medium Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

So when I switched from primarily cigars to the pipe this was included in an aro sampler I ordered from P&C. The first couple of smokes really weren't to my liking, there was a bit of bite and aftertaste that I found off putting. I know now that I was burning it too hot and puffing way to fast. I pulled it out this morning to try again and the experience was much different. There's definitely an earthy note to this tobacco and the topping gives it almost a tanginess that mimics a fruit brandy. The cavendish and burley definitely come to the front on the last third and there's a definite nicotine hit that is not present in a lot of Aro's. It definitely can be an all day smoke but not necessarily for the new pipe smoker.

Pipe Used: Forecaster Apple

Age When Smoked: 18 months

Purchased From: pipesandcigars.com

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dixcreek Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
dixcreek (184)
Mild Medium to Strong Mild Pleasant

Very interesting blend, the obvious quality of the tobacco comes through with the initial light. The Virginia takes the forefront on the tobacco side, while the sweet/sour blackberry and citrus also emerge. This is not a subdued aromatic but it is not overwhelming either. Taste of the topping goes well with the tobacco. About mid way through the bowl you can tell the burley is there from the mouth feel alone. The taste becomes spicy, nutty, and sweet. Found the moisture to be good, as well as the burn rate. This can be a younger torches if you puff to hard, slow and steady is advised. All in all a good aromatic. Can be an all day smoke for the aromatic lover. For me it is an occasional foray into the aromatic genre.

Pipe Used: Grabow Westbrook

Age When Smoked: New and jarred up to 3 months

Purchased From: Pipes and cigars

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It's Wheetie Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
It's Wheetie (1)
Mild to Medium Medium Medium Pleasant

This blend screams sour grape when smelling it in the jar, almost like a sour grape hard candy. During the initial char light, the sour grape fills the nostrils and zaps the tongue, it seems very artificial. However, after about 1/4 of the bowl it goes away, and you are left with a smooth sweet smoke that is rather pleasant. The taste then transfers to blue berry muffins. Wait, isn't this black berry brandy? Well, that's what they say, however, it tastes identical to fresh baked blue berry muffins and that, is a good thing. The nicotine is there to satisfy the craving and the smoke is enjoyable. It burns well with no relights and as the bowl progresses you are left with a pleasant aftertaste. This stuff is pretty good, and I think the burley really shines in this blend. My jar of this baccy is labeled Blue Berry Muffin.

Pipe Used: Corn Cob

Age When Smoked: New

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clanobucklin Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
clanobucklin (105)
Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Very Pleasant

I like this blend a lot - for one it has a nice Vitamin N punch and secondly it is very complex for an aromatic tobacco. You can tell by the tobaccos used that is a well crafted tobacco blend. Fans of Aros, Hobbit Weed, Complex mixtures might want to give it a try.

Update as of 1/3/2017 This tobacco does not store well - or age well - some of the flavor has gone flat so I am downgrading it to only 3 stars. Still worth a try though. As a final passing thought - this tobacco has a wonderful room note.

Pipe Used: Emperor Billiard

Age When Smoked: New

Purchased From: Smoking Pipes

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