Date side Svendborg gratis dating danmark Ærø
The reason for me to be so hot on the heels of this particular blend is that I am particularly fond of both Perique and Kentucky, and this concoction has both in abundance.That was also my first impression when opening the tin--I could make out the VA and a hint of Burley, but the name was not given this blend for nothing.The name of this mixture may imply to some that it's heavy in perique, but actually, it's a moderate amount.You will taste it all through the smoke, but it doesn't dominate, and its spice is intertwined with familial notes from the woody, dry, dark fired Kentucky and Turkish (which is also woody and dry).Thanks to the people at Dan Tobacco, I could grab a tin before it officially went on sale--everywhere I had asked around for this blend, I was invariously told that it had sold out even before the latest order of tins was in.There were waiting lists for this stuff in southern England, northern France and Be Ne Lux; I'm not kidding.
The best I could do as a comparison is to GL Pease's Cairo without the light top-noting.A complex blend with layerings of unflavored , unadulterated tobacco flavors.An excellent blend for the true lover of tobacco (rather than casings).Think an English/Perique blend without the Latakia.
Love this one, a regular in my rotation, and highly recommended to Va Per smokers.
The Virginias are slightly citrusy with a little grass, but mainly provides some earthy body to the proceedings. Leaves little dampness in the bowl, and requires an average number of relights. Not far from being an all day smoke, and experienced Va Per smokers might look at it as such.