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Ozark Wizard

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PostSubject: Peterson Perfect Plug   Tue Oct 31, 2017 5:59 pm

Been sitting on this for over a month now, and finally opened the tin. The tin, by the way, is at least twice as tall as a standard 50 gm tin, but same diameter. Inside was this cute little block of weed. I would suppose that one could fit a half dozen portions in this deep tin. Freshly sliced flakes rubbed well and lit right up, despite apparent moisture levels. So far, so good. No real complaints, just wondering why the container was so large..... Any thoughts?
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PostSubject: Re: Peterson Perfect Plug   Tue Oct 31, 2017 6:06 pm

Maybe it rises and expands as it ferments...? Razz

Honestly, I have no idea. Perhaps they have some big tins that they need to get rid of, so they're pawning them off onto the American market which hasn't gotten as strict as EU about the uniform packaging of tobacco products?

How's the nicotine strength of the 3P's? Just curious as I heard that it's been toned down some. Irish Flake definitely has.
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PostSubject: Re: Peterson Perfect Plug   Tue Oct 31, 2017 6:17 pm

OW, nope makes no sense to me either. But then again I guess size does matter scratch 5)



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PostSubject: Re: Peterson Perfect Plug   Tue Oct 31, 2017 7:44 pm

Did you enjoy this Ozzie?

The plug was dense as wood, and I used different prep methods and tried everything I could think of, you name it. In the end it defeated me, and couldn't get a good burn going.

But beyond that, the taste just never took hold. And that was the final nail in the coffin for this one. Either it grabs me right away or it doesn't, and no amount of prep or ageing will matter.

And I hasten to add that mine was already aged, at least 5 yrs or so. Guess this isn't one for me, although some of the other Pete brands are just fine.



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PostSubject: Re: Peterson Perfect Plug   Tue Oct 31, 2017 9:18 pm

It's a good smoke. Cased with something. I do not care what. It has that English, or Irish-like taste I like. Plenty of strength. If you whittle it and rub it out, you will need a larger tin to put it back in. So it comes in an oversize tin. I always get it in the square tin.

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PostSubject: Re: Peterson Perfect Plug   Tue Oct 31, 2017 10:07 pm

The nic strength was mediumish, a bit shy of SG St. James Flake's. Kind of light tasting, a bit sweet, like a light raisin. BrewDude's right in that it's kind of 'meh', but I found it a nice 'meh' at the time. I haven't tried any other Peterson blends yet, but I'm getting a feeling that they will run on similar lines as the W.O Larsen stuff. I guess I liked it, yah. Guess I'll have to try Irish Flake next, because it seemed like there was something about it I liked that I couldn't quite place.....
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