Described as a complex English blend in tribute to old professors everywhere, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on some.
Opening the bag filled the air with a delightful smell of rich tobacco, without the smell of aromatics. The smell can be described as the smell of a campfire, or at least the smell reminds me of times around a campfire.
As I sat down to review the tobacco, I filled my pipe and put on my headphones with my voice recorder and decided to put on a little reggae music. The next thing I know, my pipe is full of ash and the album is almost done, and I haven’t written anything.
I guess that alone says something endearing about this tobacco.
A complex English blend indeed, made of rich Virginias, some Burley, a distinct amount of Latakia, and even some smooth Black Cavendish. A definite addition to my tobacco cabinet.
I hope you find this tobacco, you like me, will also find yourself drifting off into the land of pleasure.
Smoke em if you got em!