The cherry aroma is strong when you smell the tobacco, but it’s less so when you smoke it. It tastes a little like a milder Spinnaker, but the tobacco is much dryer here. I don’t really taste the earthy, nutty burley much, though it’ll pop up a little if you completely dry this out. The grassy Virginia is a little noticeable, more so if dried out. The black cavendish adds a little brown sugar. After the half way point, it is minutely syrupy at times, but not annoyingly so. Unlike some cherry blends, it doesn’t turn harsh as you get near the end. Has almost no nicotine. Won't bite or get harsh. The strength is a shade closer to mild than it is to medium. A medium tasting blend with a cool and clean consistent flavor that has a pleasant after taste, a nice room note, and burns reasonably well. Leaves a slight bit of moisture at the finish, and needs an average number of relights. An all day smoke.
Smells like it might be a winner but it's not. Notes of strong, fresh cherries from the initial wiff. Lighting is a letdown; smoke is a bit harsh, light, thin and grassy and flavor is almost non-existent and a bit sour. It DOES taste natural, however, which is a plus, unlike CAO Cherrybomb which tastes like SKOL. Sutliff cannot manage cherry tobaccos it seems. Stick with Cult Blood Red Moon.
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