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This flake is made from Virginia tobacco selection of Old and New World. Thanks to a long aging in the press, different parts of tobacco leaves are uniting into one harmonious blend. You can fully enjoy the summer outdoor smoking with this magnificent blend.

Notes: This flake is part of a limited Four Season series in a wild collaboration of Samuel Gawith, Stanislaw and DTM. These flakes are:

Irish Spring Time Flake, English Summer Flake, Scottish Autumn Flake, and Winter Time Flake.

BrandSamuel Gawith
Blended ByStanislaw & Samuel Gawith
Manufactured ByDTM
Blend TypeStraight Virginia
Packaging50 grams tin
ProductionCurrently available
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TallPuffO'Burley Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
TallPuffO'Burley (629)
Medium to Strong Very Mild Medium to Full Tolerable

I was pleasantly surprised by this one. It is a delightful tasting Virginia and the name is perfect as the light citrus like topping offers the perfect refreshment for a summer's day. I was given a decent sample of this one and went through it pretty quickly.

I will say that I enjoyed it more than I did Full Virginia Flake, but it is a very different flake from that one. I found it closer related to Dunhill Flake with its citrus tones and not all too dissimilar to Peter Stokkebye's Luxury Twist Flake, but much better to my tastes.

There is a light floral touch to this one that may offend the soap haters, but I found it barely detectable. I highly recommend this to the Virginia lovers out there.

Similar Blends: Dunhill Flake.

19 people found this review helpful.

StevieB Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
StevieB (2071)
Medium Extremely Mild Full Very Pleasant

A perfectly simple Virginia flake. A little too damp, but hey-ho! Once dried and smoking it gives a steadfast Virginia flavour. The flavour's consistent throughout, and it doesn't bite at all. The nicotine's above medium, and the room-note's nice.

A must for Virginia folks!

Pipe Used: Peterson

Age When Smoked: New

Purchased From: Smoke King

17 people found this review helpful.

JimInks Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JimInks (3008)
Mild to Medium Very Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

The dark and bright Virginias provide some dark fruit and citrus, a little more earth than grass, a hint of sugar and spice, some wood, and a very mild touch of vegetative floralness. The slightly tangy, tart citrus from the lighter Virginia is a little more obvious than the dark fruit and citrus from the dark Virginia. There is a light citrus topping that reminds me of orange, and tinge of lemon that underscores the sweetness. It does have a bit in common with Dunhill Flake as others have noted, though DF lacks the floral and spice, and has a little less dark fruit, and is a little sweeter than this particular manufacture. The nic-hit is just past the mild threshold. The strength is in the center of mild to medium, while the taste is a couple of steps past that level. However, this flake gets a little closer to medium in the last third of the experience. Won’t bite, or get harsh, but there is a minor rough edge present. Burns a little slow as a flake will with a cool, clean, consistent flavor from start to finish. Leaves little dampness in the bowl, and requires some relights. Can burn to ash. Has a pleasant after taste, and can be an all day smoke for a veteran smoker. Three and a half stars.


10 people found this review helpful.

Peter Piper Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Peter Piper (41)
Mild Strong Full Pleasant to Tolerable

Hmm. According to the blurb at the top of the page: "...made from natural leaves." Really? As opposed to what, artificial leaves? And where pray do these leaves come from? Tea; the front lawn...? Because I have been left seriously underwhelmed by this concoction.

But let us rewind a bit. We are presented with a slightly chunky and moist mid-brown flake, so far so very Samuel Gawith. But then strange things start happening when you first take a sniff, what is that in there? None of the typical aromas of the purported Virginia, instead a rather sickly sweet essence of rose hip.

Things don't improve on lighting, where there is not much more than the sensation of warm air enveloped by a strong sense of Juicy Fruit chewing gum. Something has clearly been added to the "leaves" and it has just made the blend too sweet and cloying for my tastes.

I really don't know what to make of this, I am working from a small sample so maybe there has been a quality issue here. But I can only base this review on what is in front of me. Very disappointing indeed.

10 people found this review helpful.

Corey Mac Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Corey Mac (9)
Very Mild Very Mild Mild Pleasant

I would describe this flake as nice.

This is an even-keeled flake. I've never had Dunhill Flake, but I've heard others describe this as similar, so I guess if you like Dunhill Flake, you'll probably like this too!

This is a very bright smelling flake, out of the tin. I agree with others saying it's sort of orange like, but I get some lemony notes too. It does have some Lakeland Essence of some kind on it, but it works really, really well with the brightness of these Virginias. This is also much dryer out of the tin than some of the other Samuel Gawith tobaccos and I didn't feel the need to let it dry out. This is a fairly delicate flake and I believe drying this out too much will make it taste cigarettish. The flakes are very long!, so I don't fold and stuff, rather I rub this out. This packs very well and lights easily for SG. This is very, very cool smoking and I was smoking it out of a Nosewarmer.

I don't get a bunch of petrol and auto shop notes that I tend to get with other brights, rather I get an even, nice, pleasant, faintly citrus profile from the get go. Mid bowl, it sugars up some, but not too much. I noticed that this stayed lit very well indeed for an SG flake! During mid bowl, I got some lovely garden shed notes, sort of wet and dusty, with some greenness and the faint, faint smell that you get from the lawnmower and various other garden implements being parked in it, sort of green and faintly oily. C'mon you know what I mean!

As with some other SG tobaccos, this left a great aftertaste in my mouth!

7 people found this review helpful.

Pipestud Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pipestud (1829)
Medium None Detected Medium Pleasant

Earthy with no real sweetness to the leaf (Bright and Dark Virginia). A little extra strength and Lemony tang such as you will find with the old Murray's version of Dunhill Light Flake. A nice smoke for the summer... or, anytime really.

5 people found this review helpful.

Emeritus Account Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Emeritus Account (30125)
Mild Extremely Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant

Very SG-like long flakes that are not too hard to fold. Takes a little patience with the length if you're a folder and stuffer but very do-able. Mostly light in color, with a tin aroma of basic lemon Virginia. Makes sense for a blend named for the warmest season. I don't know who the Stanislaw tobacco folks are so I don't know where they fit into this tobacco... looks like it's their recipe and SG's tobaccos.

This gave me much more than I expected. I was thinking along the lines of Dunhill Flake and it wasn't that far off, but the citrus character wasn't as overt. I actually got more of an orange Virginia flavor, which when done well is probably my favorite. The sweetness is there but there is no sense of the leaf being marinated in orange peel. The tanginess is there but it's more mellow and less attention-grabbing. Orange is, of course, in the middle. I noticed a faint spice as well, perhaps a topping of some kind but it wasn't so blatant that I could name it. This was a well-made blend, nowhere near as tiresome over time to smoke as most straight lemon VA's. I'd classify this as a 3.5 star blend but I'm rounding it up due to its genial nature on top of a bit of sassiness. I probably won't buy it again but it's still an excellent flake and highly recommended to Virginia lovers.

5 people found this review helpful.

THROATHIT Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Very Mild Mild to Medium Medium Pleasant

A bright Virginia flake flake with gold and light through to mid brown leaf. The cut is about the 1mm mark, fine and easy to rub up to a fluffy ball. The pouch smell is mainly topping and has a rosehip scent to my nose.

Lighting up is a quick process and the topping is instantly transferred to your tongue. Its sweet very sweet and light to smoke and has all the floral traits of a Lakeland style all be it a very mild one. Then at about mid pipe I get an orange flavour which is solid and quite strong and refreshing, a little soapy however it is very fruity. The taste of the tobacco ever present and pleasant but mild as you would expect for such a flake.

I like Lakeland leaf, not every day but like a lot get cravings for the floral. I find this tobacco to be super light in every aspect of the smoking bar the taste which is very tasty. The mouthfeel is light and I find I pull on the pipe a lot to get large clouds of smoke, it makes me greedy for more.

So a summer smoke it is for sure due to the light nature. A straight vg it is not as claimed at the top of the page. Nicotine is in very short supply and right now at half past midnight of a cold morning it fails to satisfy my cravings. I am sure some summer heat will have this about spot on for mid day smoking around company. So a light fresh smoke with welcome room smells for the crowd. Changing little throughout the smoke bar an orange flavour about mid way through.

Pipe Used: stefano exclusive briar

Purchased From: g q

Similar Blends: brown aromatic flake but lighter.

3 people found this review helpful.

PipeDragon Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
PipeDragon (39)
Mild to Medium Very Mild Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

It's summer, the time of year where Virginias come into their full enjoyment. And it can be a no brainer when you see on offer something from the masters of Virginia, SG.

Upon opening the tin, I was struck by two surprises. First, the cut is not a flake, but rather a mixture between a broken flake and a ready rubbed; there wasn't a single full flake in the entire tin. I'm not sure if that's the case with my particular tin, or something regular with this blend.

The second surprise was that, quite atypical for an SG blend, this came at the perfect moisture content, maybe a hair on the dry side. Therefore, it was smokeable right out of the tin and jarred from day one.

The tin note is very grassy and very citrusy, with some hints of honey and spice. Sometimes, I even get a hint of something that reminds me of freshly grounded coffee. Despite the fact that this is supposedly aged in the press, it still smells very fresh.

Mechanically, you know what to expect if you've smoked SG blends before. Even though it wasn't wet, it still required a bit of preparation before packing. Apart from that, it lights pretty easily, smokes pretty dry, mostly cool and doesn't bite or get harsh. However, it does require a lot of relights, even by SG standards.

Now for the flavor. The main word I can use to describe the blend is "sharp". This is by far the sharpest Virginia I've smoked so far. It's very tangy in the mouth and pretty spicy, like a well-condimented meal. There is also a very zesty, citrusy feel to it, quite unusual for a Virginia blend, which leads me to believe that there is some sort of lemony/limey topping applied to this. But that can give a pretty refreshing feel to it, which works well during summer. The nicotine level is mild to medium.

However, that sharpness is what turns me off with this one. Usually, I prefer smoother blends and, even though this clearly works best during summer due to that citrusy, zesty feel, it's a little too sharp and too spicy for me. It's almost as if someone squeezed a lemon over the tobacco prior to packaging. Apart from that, even though there are high quality Virginias in this one, the taste is not remarkable, especially when compared to other Virginias from SG's catalogue. If it wasn't for that sharpness and that citrusy feel, I imagine that this one, for me at least, would be quite boring.

So that, coupled with the high number of relights, prevents me from really enjoying this blend. Maybe it's this particular tin and others may offer a different experience. But it behaved the same in multiple pipes, so I don't think I'm willing to try it again.

Pipe Used: Various

Age When Smoked: Fresh

Purchased From: Mohilla store (Vienna)

2 people found this review helpful.

Sangagor Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Sangagor (77)
Mild Mild to Medium Mild to Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

One blend from very successful series. Four seasons. Not as full as Scottish Autumn flake but more fruity and fresh. After opening nice flavor of fruits. Burning is good without moisture. Flavor of fruits and citrus is present all the time during the smoking. Sometimes it overpowers the sweetness I would expected more. More-less duty for all pure VA pipers.

Pipe Used: Stanislaw

Age When Smoked: new

Purchased From:

2 people found this review helpful.

Greekpipesmoker Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Greekpipesmoker (201)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant

This was my second blend out of the four limited blends and i can say i feel very lucky!once i cracked the tin a very familiar smell came reminded me of Dunhill's virginia blends.the flakes have a citruscy/lemony topping accompanied with some dark fruits and bread notes.the brown and bright flakes have almost proper moisture,are manageable and have an aging procces appearance.lights almost easy and needs some relights.while smoking it's only pleasure without complexity.the main flavour is citrus/lemon till the end wich combines perfect with dark fruits,bread taste and grass notes.also in every puff you feel this blend is really aged and unprossesed.burns slow and cool without moisture and tongue bite detected.the room note is fruity and pleasant to my wife.the nicotine level is my opinion this blend is ideal to burn a new all day blend for sure and trust me a must try one for every virginia lover!

Age When Smoked: Rubbed and left to dry for 1/2 hour

Similar Blends: Similar to Dunhill virginia blends.

2 people found this review helpful.

Little Steven Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Little Steven (76)
Medium to Strong Mild Mild Unnoticeable

English Summer - daft name, it's all wet and windy. Which this baccy is definitely not.

It's a top quality straight virginia. But not for me. Too sharp. I have to stop buying them, I haven't got the patience to draw out the subtleties. They are there, but I smoke too rough.

The flavour didn't suit me either. I am unable to identify it. For me it was a bum note yet for someone else it will be perfect pitch.

Someone elses review pointed out that the blurb claims it's made from "natural leaf"! What silly nonsense. They'll be claiming organical too soon!

Pipe Used: Stanwell billard.

Age When Smoked: Fresh from the shop.

Purchased From: The Danish Pipe Shop (nice chaps).

Similar Blends: Any old premium virgin..

2 people found this review helpful.

Telling it how it is. Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Telling it how it is. (73)
Very Mild None Detected Very Mild Pleasant

Upon opening the tin you will be greeted by a very discreet hey aroma, typically for Virginias. There are no topings, additives or flavourings in this flake, what you smell is just how Virginia does smell incl. the citrus like aroma some make out in it.

The flakes came perfectly conditioned right out of the tin, even a bit on the dry side, which is a first for Samuel Gawith but is common for DTM who actually makes this fine and limited tobacco series. So, packing and especially lighting is a joy. Once lit it burns on its own and very, very hassle free.

The taste is that of hey-like Virginia with some slight sweetness to it, that also carries on in the aftertaste, so no surprises here. The aroma is delicate yet very faint. You need an already trained palette to get the most out of it and it that regard it is not for the beginner. Also if smoked too hot it quickly looses the already light aroma and only hot air remains. Which, in my mind, is an awful trade for a summer tobacco. When the temperature is above 30°C its rather hard to keep your smoke cool.

Towards the end it loses what little flavour was present and only very fine, white ashes do remain. Also this flake is not for the filter smoker, hardly anything gets through if you use them.

Strength is on the very weak side, but that's a good thing for a summer tobacco. Also, it reminds me too of the current incarnation of Dunhill Flake, both in taste as well in flatness and one-dimensionality.

Room note is that of pure Virginia but on the cigarette side.

Do i recommend this flake? I somewhat do. But only in the summer and only if you really are into very light (both strength and taste) tobaccos. For any other season this flake is just too weak and dull to satisfy. I did like it, and for its purpose i give it 3 stars. Else i only would give it two stars for the reasons above.

A side note: i got this tin without the Samuel Gawith logo on it and containing only 40g. I guess this is for tax and/or import reasons for the Austrian market.

Pipe Used: It went trough rotation.

2 people found this review helpful.

incognitopoet Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
incognitopoet (37)
Extremely Mild Extremely Mild Very Mild Strong

This is a really light Virginia flake with sour lemon topping. It is amazing, because I didn't know you could make Virginia flake offer hints of sour lemon. I didn't notice a lot of sweetness, which in this case was fine.

Normally I despise any kind of a topping, but this is a wonderful tobacco. In the heat and humidity of the Gulf Coast the whispers of sour lemon, with nothing thick or cloying, is very refreshing indeed.

I love smoking this stuff while sipping hot tea with a squeeze of lemon. Earl Grey seems to have been made for this flake, and this flake for Earl Grey.

This flake has a very light flavor profile overall, so when you sample it just remember that it is supposed to be super light on the pallette. If I am looking for lots of flavor I smoke C&D Opening Night, or Samuel Gawith Full Virginia Flake. This is for hot afternoons.

Pipe Used: Peterson 302 and 303

Age When Smoked: Fresh

2 people found this review helpful.

krg1000 Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
krg1000 (183)
Mild to Medium Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant

This is the 3rd of the 4 seasons line that I have tried so far. As with the others, this one will need some drying time before some would even consider putting fire to it. YMMV on this point. Upon opening the tin you get a very nice tin note and the flakes are nice and thin for easy rubbing out. This lights and stays lit with little effort once properly dried. The weed used is the usual quality from SG. The nicotine level is on the lower end, so it should be no problem for those with a lower tolerance. Burns down to a nice ash at the end of the bowl. Definitely recommended whenever it is available.

2 people found this review helpful.

JohnH Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
JohnH (24)
Medium None Detected Medium Tolerable

I'm growing rather fond of this series. I'm yet to try the Scottish Autumn, but the others have been very enjoyable.

Whilst this isn't particularly exciting, it is still a nice, very solid virginia. I don't enjoy it quit as much as the other two I've tried, but I'll probably still buy a few for the cellar if I see it again.

It has a definite citrus note and a little spice, and basically what you'd expect from a virginia. Overall well worth a try for the Virginia lover, but probably won't please others quite as much. 3 to 3.5 stars

Pipe Used: Various

Age When Smoked: Not sure, looked a little aged.

Purchased From: Local B&M

1 person found this review helpful.

Pryhosm Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Pryhosm (248)
Mild to Medium Extremely Mild Mild to Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Very nice "Gawith looking" flake. It screams "made on old equipment the old fashioned way". Tin note was interesting, pretty standard straight VA in the background, hay and grass with sweetness but a hard to place citrus smell. Orange/lemon like but not quite, kind of reminds me of Aperol. Taste is slightly sweet, crisp and refreshing. The predominant flavors that I get are lemon zest, slightly grassy with a mineral finish. I don't get the Dunhill Flake comparisons I have read. This to me is quite different. It is a bit sharp and has a tang on the retrohale. Nice aftertaste. I wish I had grabbed more than one tin.

Pipe Used: Briar's, meerschaum and cobs

1 person found this review helpful.

steppx Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
steppx (185)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant

This is IMHO the best of the special seasonal offerings from Gawith. Hard to find and in theory no longer in production -- BUT clearly a number of places still have an ample supply. This is a very tasty lightly stoved virginia flake. Those people who describe it as nice are missing the real quality of this smoke. You have to sip it..HAVE to. If you smoke too fast you lose the fragrance and under notes of this tobacco. There is a wine taste to it when you slow down. Its a cool smoke, and strength wise is closer to FVF than to, say, best brown. Like the Irish flake in this line English Summer Flake is full of interesting notes. Not just wine, but a kind of subtle orange flavor, but also that of nuts or bread at times. Its a wonderful flake. The nic hit is close to medium ...if not actually at medium. If you can get some, do so.

Similar Blends: danish pipe shop.

1 person found this review helpful.

the_german Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
the_german (309)
Medium Extremely Mild Medium Pleasant to Tolerable

Opening the tin, I get what I expect: a whiff of sweet hay, with a slight honey-ish undercurrent. So... Virginia Flake.

For being distributed by Sam Gawith, the leaf is remarkably un-wet. The colours are bright and medium browns, there is little or no glue applied, and the slices are a little more regular in shape than I am used to from SG. Peeling off a slice from the top, I can fold-and-twist, but rubbing out is easier. The difference in the smoke is minor for me, so I tend to rub out because it is easier with this blend.

Lights up readily, burns hot if pressed (it's a VA flake...), flavour is sweet, little variation, but satisfying if one likes straight VAs. Maintenance is trivial, so top rating on that handling, and I end up with a small amount of white-ish ashes and very little dottle.

Overall, good VA Flake, but not so outstanding I'd give a full rating, and there are many others available that are as good, and a few that are better IMHO.

Pipe Used: DB Mayflower, MM cobs

Age When Smoked: Fresh from new tin

Purchased From: DanPipe, Lauenburg, Germany

Similar Blends: Orlik Tobacco Company A/S - Richmond Navy Cut, Benson & Hedges - Original Virginia Flake, Dunhill - Flake, Many others.

1 person found this review helpful.

Jorge Soler Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Jorge Soler (202)
Medium Strong Mild Pleasant

Yes, I suppose it is OK, but it is rather complex and difficult to approach. The tin note is almost imperceptible, but the casing is definitely in there, though difficult to describe. I'd say it has sort of coconut notes, or chocolatey if you like. Also, it can smoke hot in your bowl if you don't pay any attention. To end on a positive note, I can detect sort of a citrusy note to it and the flakes will crumble easily and are easy to pack. All and all I'd say it is not a bad smoke, but it is not as good as to keep it under my radar.

1 person found this review helpful.

NEWMAN Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
NEWMAN (304)
Mild Extremely Mild Mild Pleasant

Nicely prepared flakes that are rather moist from the tin but easily folded and packed. Very slight floral tin aroma of the SG variety but this level didn't bother me. Lights easily and relights are not needed with proper packing. To fit its name and smoke in the hot weather, its strength and nic level is low and I would not choose this for a year round smoke.

Pipe Used: various briar bowl sizes

Age When Smoked: unknown

Purchased From: pipes &

1 person found this review helpful.

sibeen Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
sibeen (10)
Medium Mild Mild Pleasant

I'd nearly have to call this a lighter flavoured version of Peterson's Uni Flake. To me it has a very similar taste profile Blueberries. Not as sharp as the UF, and in my opinion a better structured and burning tobacco.

1 person found this review helpful.

ddmholst Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
ddmholst (23)
Very Mild None Detected Extremely Mild (Flat) Pleasant to Tolerable

This is the first of "the four seasonal" blends that I have tried. I have to say I was not impressed. It looks rather nice in the tin. Light brown flakes with some yellow strands mixed in. It smells good to me. Almost like golden sliced. It came fairly dry compared to other SG flakes I have dealt with in the past.

Upon first light you get a subtle but somewhat sweet Virginia flavour. As the bowl progresses this flavour comes and goes. Every now and then if I really concentrated on my cadence I would get a mild sweet almost citrus flavour. Mostly I got hot air and no nicotine. I have put the remander of my tin in a mason jar. Maybe some time will help this blend. As of now I would not purchase again.

If you like really mild Virginias, this may be for you. I need more strength.

Pipe Used: Various briars

Age When Smoked: 1 month

Purchased From:

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Erman Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Erman (9)
Mild to Medium Very Mild Mild to Medium Tolerable

First Impressions: When you crack the tin, you can see uneven sized, bright and medium brown flakes. They are a little moist but not as much as other Samuel Gawith flakes. The tin smell is a mixture of Virginia hay and a light floral/fruity topping.

The taste; I can feel earthy and grassy Virginia notes but not much sweetness or fruity tones. A complex floral, fruity light topping rounds up the taste but not exactly in a good way.

The tobacco burns a little hot and if you are not slow and careful it may bite your tongue.

Verdict: This is an interesting straight Virginia flake. It's different from classic SG offerings. However, i expect a little more sweetness and natural dark fruit notes in my Virginia and don't care the "exotic" topping much. There are much better straight Virginia flakes around.

Note: After finishing half of the tin, i mixed the remaining with half amount of C&D Izmir Turkish. The summer flake proved to be a good base for the mixture as its earthy and hay tones, brings out the sweet-sour Izmir leaf.

Pipe Used: Several briars.

Age When Smoked: 3 month jarred.

Purchased From: 4Noggins

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Reagold Reviewed By DateRating StrengthFlavoringTasteRoom Note
Reagold (29)
Mild None Detected Mild to Medium Pleasant

A nice easy going flake. Easy to pack and light, but not very remarkable. I guess the colaboration of Stanislaw and DTM in this appears on the flakes being not so thick, uneven and moist as are most of SG. Still, not as thin, elegant and perfectly shaped flake like OGS.

All in all, I liked this, but it's not something that I will buy again.

Age When Smoked: at least one year

Similar Blends: Samuel Gawith - Best Brown Flake if washed .

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