Did a trade on another forum for this gem. The fragrance is amazing. I am surprised how it stayed in tacked after all these years. Blend Name:
Murray's Erinmore Cube CutDescription on Tin:
This was a trade I did with someone on another forum.Leaf:
Black Cavendish, Virginia, some fruit toppingTin Aroma:
Fragant like flowers. Almost Lakeland-likeTaste:
Mild, citrus, orange zest. No bite at allSmokability:
Surprising still had moisture. Would have thought it would be dryer then a popcorn fart.Strength:
Lakeland-like, smokey. Wife is not a fan of this one.Thoughts:
I have had Capstan Blue and Capstan Red from 70's and 80's and also a MacBaren's Burley from the 60's. I am amazed how these tobaccos age. This is really the first floral aged tobacco I have tried. One would think the citrus would have aged off into oblivion but here it is right in front.
Recommend to: Anyone that like to try old tobacco's that don't exist anymoreSimilar Blends:
Only thing close to this I have had is if you took G&H Best Brown #2 and added citrus to itSummary:
An interesting smoke. This a deviation of what I normally smoke and will come back to this when the mood an occasion hits.