Diverse pumpkin flavored products such as ice cream, cheesecake and beer are seasonally produced, so it stands to reason there should be a pumpkin flavored pipe tobacco. Sutliff's Pumpkin Spice is a tasty mixture of Burley, Virginia and black Cavendish, destined to become a holiday favorite.
This was a pleasant smoke. I loaded a clean Meer and proceeded to get big billows of smoke.Quality tobacco. No chemical flavor or aftertaste. Room note was a real crowd pleaser. Now, I didn't get a strong pumpkin flavor but I did get a good cinnamon... Read More and pumpkin pie spice. Burnt marshmallow...not bad. Interestingly, the room note had a strong smell of pumpkin as I was told. For me a holiday treat and certainly fits the bill. Nicely done.
It's true...the women folk find this aroma irresistible. They will be on you like white on rice. I guarantee. Read Less
So often pipe smokers look down on aromatics that are more about the topping than the tobacco, but this is one smoke that makes me say so what? Who would have guessed that the nation would go crazy for pumpkin spice coffee doughnuts and everything el... Read Morese? Well I am here to say that pumpkin spice does the same for tobacco as it does for coffee. I can't wait for fall to enjoy them together. I even have a corn cob pipe dedicated to it. And by the way as with most Sutliff flavors you are still getting a premium blend of tobaccos far better than drug store brands. Read Less
Darkened sugar, squash, little mild spice, pop of cinnamon, and traditional aromatic overtone - really pretty good.
[Tin/bag - Faint sweetness of darker sugar and some allspice, netmeg? aftershave of old men? rootbeer? not catching any pumpkin, but I am not a pumpkin connoisseur. Faint and brief whiff of old shoe leather. Little sticky on the fingers. Very moi... Read Morest, let it set out for quite a while or surely going to be a bunch of yuk in the bowl at end - might lose some flavor there, but that is preferred to a goop bowl.]
More rootbeer, then there it is.. a little pumpkin, especially in a no smoke retrohale, and then more with a draw after false light out. Seems more like darkened sugar and squash burning in there, but what is pumpkin anyhow but maybe that? There is some of the usual aromaticness I find in many aros containing hints of fabricated chemical (humectant?). Maybe it is the humectant because after 4 hours drying this was still sticky with it. Why the heck companies ruin a tobacco with it is beyond me. A little cinnamonesque in with other spice, fairly warm brown sugary feel, cinnamon fades and reappears and the humectant fades. It's like a good group of spicy brown sweetness with a Cavendish smoothness.
Easy management without bite or need to relight. It is not beating Newminster Blackberry Brandy, Lane 1-Q & BCA, or Sutliff 1M & Vanilla Custard, but it is ahead of most aromatics for me. Not overpowering or creating any sickening flavors, moisture, or goop, which is great. Good flavor down to the end with the darkened sugars and spiced pumpkin along with the Cavendish. Really pretty decent and I am pleasantly happy there was not a bunch of moisture when carrying through to the end. I could get used to smoking more of this for the infrequent aromatic moments. ◄6.5/10✠Skulls► Read Less
I really thought this would be my holy grail but there is something that doesn't agree with me, i think its a mint or menthol... I do like the tobacco itself just not the topping, smells good and smokes glacially cool but not for me....
Sutliff is quickly becoming my preferred choice for aromatics and Pumpkin Spice is, without question, one of the sweetest blends I have ever smoked. From start to finish, this one delivers just what you would expect - and then some.
This was a nice change of pace. It seemed to have a fair amount of aroma. I didn't notice a lot of flavor, which is probably better than too much pumpkin. Overall this seems like it could be a good seasonal blend.
despite what every one says it does not taste like pumpkin spice, its taste is more of a after taste, and is so soft you can hardly taste it at all. smells good, not o much pumpkin spice, but a soft pumpkin smell to it. but its not what every one sa... Read Moreys it is, very disapointed in it. Read Less
This was a really pleasing smoke with a pleasant pumpkin bread smell that filled the room and a spicy taste that complemented the room note. Usually I cannot even smell the room note unless I go out and then back in. In this case, one of my neighbor'... Read Mores came over because he thought I was baking pumpkin bread! Read Less
Honestly, wasn't sure what to expect with this one, but I figured it was worth the gimmick try with Fall upon us. The outside of the bag had a very pleasant spiced smell. Though, the inside bag note was indiscernable and a but confusing. Packed a 1/4... Read More bowl and was pleasantly surprised. Had a few relights (my mistake...should have let it dry for a few before lighting), but overall, enjoyable. Smoked pretty cool and the room note made me feel like I should be wearing a flannel shirt. Mustache note post smoke was nice. A hint of spice and clove. If youre on the fence with it, try an ounce. Thumbs up from me. Read Less
Delivers its spice content in a robust volume. Enjoyable with a seasonal fun factor in taste & room aroma. Pouch note is terrific. Mixes naturally with Sutliff J4 Mild Burley (50/50), if you want to tone down the pumpkin a tad.
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