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The Virginias are grassy sweet, with a hint of earth, and play second fiddle to the smoky, lightly earthy sweet cigar leaves. The minor players are very important in this blend, adding a sweet and savory complexity. The Oriental/Turkish is woody and smoky with a few dry sour and spice notes. The latakia is a moderate addition, but it’s smoky, woody sweetness elevates the campfire-like flavors, and like the Oriental/Turkish, is obvious in every puff. Even though this is based on Spectre cigars, and the cigar taste is almost the predominate star, it does very well as a richly tasting pipe tobacco. Burns even at a moderate rate with hardly a relight, no weak spots and no dottle. It has a nice nic-hit, too. You may experience a mild harshness if you puff too fast; this needs to be sipped for best effect.
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