For Blue Note from Dan Tobacco, mellow, golden Virginias, that have a naturally high sweetness, are mixed with a mellow Black Cavendish. A fresh flavor of exotic fruits and a touch of Bourbon Vanilla is added to make this an extraordinarily mellow blend.
This aromatic is an ode to subtlety, beginners who prefer really sweet blends will have a hard time in order to appreciate the true character from this blend, it has a very complex and limited palette of flavours that require certain expertise and di... Read Moresposition to get. It is very "jazzy".
I read somewhere that "Blue note" was made as a tribute to the famous jazz club in New York, the person said that it was mainly a sensuous re-enactment from the place, the general jazzy atmosphere, the odour and sensation from the leather furniture, the warmness and the coolness altogether, the blue note... I think i can imagine all this while i smoked this blend, it does have all those nuances and its intriguing.
It all starts as a timid note flat and constant of virginia and as it gains intensity the musicality from this smoke tunes in. An aroma of leather and soft bourbon takes in, the band is now developing the jam, tobacco dominates above the aromatic and it just varies the intensity from virginia, moderated by the bass lines from the cavendish. At times a little vanilla note jumps in very vaguely adorning the trumpet lines from the domminating virginia, sips from bourbon as you sit and contemplate. The band is in full digression till the mid of the pipe, jamming hard, drums kick in, wildness in the air. Intensity is moderate.
The last quarter is where there is more aromatic approach, a lot more into smoothness, clarinet submerges you into volutes of blue smoke and the atmosphere in your palate receives all the most intensity from vanilla and bourbon, a little citric which remits to general coolness, a little sweetness wall of flavour and virginia strength. You get in, youre seduced by the rhythm, it is endulging and appetizing, it maintains this cadence until it finishes.
Very interesting smoke. Truly complex and mysterious. The flavour is certainly undetermined even though you can detect the components, but the trick is to find the "atmosphere" it creates, the whole blend flavour which sums up the "blue note". Recommended. Read Less
The first time I smoked this blend in public, a woman stopped me and complimented the aroma of this blend. This stuff is a joy to smoke.The room note is like fresh baked goods. Sweet and a bit complex. It is sweet and fruity. Blue Note is wonderf... Read Moreul right out of the tin. It is enjoyable and pleasant to smoke as part of a regular rotation. Read Less
Sweet but never loses the essence of its tobacco components!! Very mild, low nic content but still satisfying! The dottle is very much a Virginia experience. Not complex but not one dimensional ! Soft, friendly and very satisfying...what's not 2 like... Read More ?!?! Read Less
This is has a slightly odd but unique flavor and aroma. Its a vanilla and fruit cased/ topped blend but different ? It has a balmy quality about it and its smooth as a Yoo Hoo drink. It reminds me of an old pouch blend called Black Clipper....
Well d... Read Moreone aromatic. Read Less
One of the few aros I've tried that tastes almost exactly like it smells. Strong berry aroma in the tin, good amount of that same flavor in the smoke. Needs a bit of drying time and a slow cadence, but you'll be richly rewarded for the effort. I'll a... Read Morelways have some handy. Read Less
I was lucky enough to pick up an old stock tin recently and it was super smooth. Big bellows of smoke that remained smooth the entire smoke. Definitely on the lighter side of aromatic when smoked and surely a scent that will equally please those arou... Read Morend you. Read Less
Between Blue Note, Devils Holiday and DaVinci, they all deliver as described as far as the tin and room note go, but they were lacking in flavour. Blue Note is my favourite of the three because I think it has the best taste. I will keep a bit of Blue... Read More Note around when I feel like smoking a different aro or for social situations, but it won’t go into rotation Read Less
I don't smoke aromatics much but Blue Note is the king of all aros imo. It's high quality tobacco and the smell straight from the bag is so pleasant that it alone is worth the price. This is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. It's a five star aromatic for s... Read Moreure but moving into English and straight Virginia's will open a whole new world. Read Less
Stumbled upon this listing while meandering through SP's abundant selections and was rather surprised to see it, even more so that they were actually selling this stuff. (The blue note on the right of my screen currently says "Tin Sales Rank: 0... Read More.") My singular experience of this some years ago was, in any case, unforgettable. Filleting multiple stems, shredding humongous sheets of leaf and, taste-wise, wondering whether it had somehow gone off. Beats me how cum it's got so many fans. On no account should this be mistaken for Sutliff's of the same name. Read Less
Opening tin smells like yoghurt, but the taste of smoke is not so. It is very comfortable, fruity and slightly sweet. These are consistent until the end. There is no strange scent and taste, the fragrance drifting in the room is wonderful. This is tr... Read Moreuly "All Day Smoke tobacoo". Read Less
This is it! This is the aromatic you have been looking for! This here tobacco will appeal to the non-aromatic smoker. It's the ONLY aromatic that I've found where the smell actually translates to taste. It's wonderful! I find it to be a great morning... Read More smoke, as I reach for it 7 days a week. Of course, it did take some time before I was truly blown away, it kinda creeps up on you and then becomes positively addicting. It's nothing like all the other countless aromatic tobaccos I have tried before, this actually tastes like tobacco. So if you, like me, have been wanting to find a good aromatic to throw into your rotation, than look no further. Essential. Read Less
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Okay so this is my first time smoking blue note. I am new to smoking pipe. I tried to get a ... Read Moretin of Blue Note but it seems that everywhere on the internet right now is out of stock.
I left a hefty pinch out to dry for about 20 mins.
Immediately upon opening the bag I was met with a very distinct smell that i couldn't quite put my finger on. I noticed that the tobacco was a little chunky. There was super fine powdery bits but the majority of the blend had larger "chunks" or "pieces" of tobacco. I apologize if my terminology is not yet developed. I packed my peterson pipe using the method that tamps down in 3 layers.
The flavor is lovely. In the beginning I had a hard time getting smoke from this tobacco. My peterson was glowing red but there was little smoke. I am sure it was a novice error and my fault. At first I thought it was my pipe being cracked but i looked it over and no cracks. I then loosened the tobacco and got plenty of smoke. It seemed to burn fairly loose.
I enjoyed this tobacco and will most definitely buy it again. Read Less
Even as a none aromatic smoker, this is good.
Much like Honeydew, I rarely smoke it, yet enjoy it thoroughly every time I do.
It isn't as one dimensional as many aromatics are, there is a bit of complexity in it, differing flavors that play with e... Read Moreach other and not against.
Don't expect much vitamin N, or tobacco satisfaction - that's not what it is.
Lovely room note, quality leaf, nice ash little dottle.
Smokes cooler than Honeydew does, though it is in the same genre. It's worth trying and smoking now and again for a change of pace. Read Less
This blend is sure to please! From the first draw to the last you will enjoy this mild flavor filled blend. This is great for the beginner as well as the more experienced smoker. The room note is very pleasing I have been told.
A bit strong on the nose when you first crack the tin, almost overly sweet. But, once you've lit your bowl, it lays on the tongue with sweet fruity wine overtones... with a little stronger than mild flavor. A big plus that I've discovered with Blue... Read More Note, is that once it has dried out a bit, a carefully packed bowl will retain its flavor through a couple of re-lites and near to the bottom of the bowl.
It makes for a nice palette change. Read Less
I've smoked the 50 per cent of the tin of 50 gramms, with a briar pipe with charcoal filter new, and few times again...Well, I'm gonna pull on the rest (2 tins of 50 gramms) Peer Williams in the first one, cognac and Bourbon vanilla extract in the se... Read Morecond and the third. Beside the Rattray's Old Gowrie, the Rattray's Sweet Fragrant, or the Albo Vanilla, the Petersen and Sörensen Kolibri it seems tasteless and the room note is quite annoying. Fresh in the box it smells good...The Holger Danske Mango and Vanilla or the Stanwell Melange seem so delightful beside!!! Read Less
Before to goto sleep, let's smoke Blue Note in a big pipe, (depth: 42 mm), don't light it strongly, let develop each precious aroma...
Balance body, rich aromas, delightful fragrance, present to the tongue and the nose, room note quite good...let's c... Read Morealm it you down... Read Less
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