Sutliff - 527 - Trafalgar
English with some Aero
It definitely lives up to its promise of being a lightly aromatic English, even giving brief glimpses of the supposed Aged Jamaican Rum promised.
Samuel Gawith - Kendal Cream Flake 50g
This flake yo-yos back and forth between Va and Burley. Va's take center stage with a rich flavor, with an intermission in the middle of the bowl of nutty and chocolately burley. As this flake closes out in the final part of the bowl, the burley subsides into the background of a carmelized Va taste. The smoke is luxurious and creamy. Although, If you are one of those that can't taste the nuttiness in burley, you might want to skip it.
Dunhill - Nightcap 50g
Strong and Straight-forward
The is a solid and strong English blend, perfect after dinner with an attention getting forward flavor of latakia. While not the sexiest blend, it won't let you down.
McClelland - Craftsbury: Frog Morton's Cellar 50g
Reverie in your Bowl
Wispy, luxurious, and totally unexpected - this tobacco is a near-areo that uses a special blend of whiskey to add a unquie sweetness and depth of failure to this relaxing blend. After I opened the Tin, I just kept finding its way into my pipe until it was all gone.
Sutliff - Bacchanalia 1.5oz
While it may smell like a cherry-chocolate bon-bon in the tin, it tastes deliciously unquie in the bowl. Flavors of fresh red grapes and roasted cocoa dominate. While it's not an all day smoke, it's the perfect dessert smoke for a nice spring day.