Savinelli - 140th Anniversary 100g
Better with age
As a gift, I was excited for this... with my new Savinelli pipe. Smoking it straight away, it was quite bitter and a little too tangy. I definitely got the wildflower essence, which isn't my favorite, and too much of the cigar leaf. I smoked probably 3 bowls before I shuffled it away for awhile, about a month in the tin. Then I put it in a jar and left it another month plus. One day I pouched a bit to take to work. I lit a bowl for the drive home and was amazed at the difference. Smoother, more balanced, less tang and bite but with more plain citrus flavor, and a still-noticeable but way better touch of that cigar leaf. Bottom line, age it awhile and let the flavors meld and mellow. (Aaaand I tried to 4 star this, but the page isn't letting me)

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