Tasting Notes: Sutliff's Crumble Kake Series

In this episode of Tasting Notes, Shane takes a closer look at the trio of excellent blends in Sutliff's Crumble Kake series: Red Virginia, Virginia Perique, and English #1. Each mixture in this series features a rich, aged red Virginia base, with condiment leaves added to enhance and bring out the nuanced flavor of that tangy foundation. They're also, of course, all in crumble cake form, which means they offer a matured, plug-like flavor right out of the tin, but are much easier to work with and pack on the go. Watch Shane's full review above or head on over to the site for more details about these fantastic tobaccos.

Any Sutliff fans out there? Anyone tried these three crumble cakes yet? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Category:   Tobacco Talk
Tagged in:   Reviews Sutliff Tasting Notes


    • Curt M on November 1, 2018
    • oooooh... new blend; new meer; and a 16hr drive ahead of me. Soon, I should know this red like the back o' me hand :)

    • Alain L. on November 2, 2018
    • Red Virginia is on the way ! 👍

    • Joe Thornton on April 10, 2020
    • I discovered this series a few months ago and really like the Red Va and the Va Per. Crumble Kake is a real winner!

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