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 McClelland 5125 Coyote Classic

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Timbo

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PostSubject: McClelland 5125 Coyote Classic   McClelland 5125 Coyote Classic EmptySun Jan 31, 2016 1:05 am

I've really been enjoying 5125 lately but have a question. What is it that gives it its unique flavour? Similar to burnt marshmallows or a good vanilla creme brle. I've tasted this before in Spilman Mixture and hints of it in So To Bed. Is it a baccy or a topping? Deer tongue?

If it's a topping, I think I may finally have found an aromatic that I love.

Thanks

Tim
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DrumsAndBeer

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PostSubject: Re: McClelland 5125 Coyote Classic   McClelland 5125 Coyote Classic EmptySun Jan 31, 2016 1:55 pm

I haven't had the Coyote Classic, but that marshmellow-like flavor seems to pop up in a few McClelland blends. The Frog Morton's have it to varying degrees. I noticed it most in Frog Morton On the Town.
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