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What shocks me is that this doesn't come at the expense of taste: this is one of the tastiest tobbaccos I have ever tried.Every mouthful of smoke gives you an almost culinary sense of fullness, as if you were eating some delightful "lasagne".I don't mind, since the relights just blast me with the flavor all over again anyway, and the burn is so even that this process produces the kind of thin hard cake I like best.I break all of my pipes in with this or Mc Clelland's 2015 (a Virginia/Perique flake), which has the same effect.Actually, the only way I can tell that the bowl is done is either the draw becomes too easy (no resistance from ashes) or I can't get it to stay lit.The flavor is still pleasant and there is no bitter dottle, which is a problem I have with aromatics.

Relights become a bit more frequent but not because of any moisture - I don't dump the ashes at all as there is very little produced and I like to coat the bowl with them (by shaking the pipe with a cleaner in it and the bowl covered with my thumb) and I think this also helps it burn cooler.It has a dark sweetness from the brown Cavendishes and lighter Macedonian, and a woody, leathery smell from the some of the choicest Latakia I have ever experienced.Appearance: This is a finely-cut tobacco consisting of medium to short ribbons varying evenly in color from golden-brown to black with some birdseye stems with an interesting woody texture.The neat thing is that what it unifies /into/ seems to change with my moods and which pipe I smoke it in.My Jobey emphasizes the nutty and leathery flavors, whereas my Italian pipes bring out the musky sweetness of the Cavendish and Macedonian. This is an easy blend to smoke hot, both due to the cut and the fact that I keep mine rather on the dry side.

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