When I was first gift a can of Low Country’s Cooper, I was eager to try their other blends. So I immediately set out to order all three of their other tins.
The Waccamaw River meanders through the eastern Carolinas, part of the Pee Dee River basin, a region intertwined with the history of tobacco for three centuries. What finer homage to this heritage than a rich, hearty Virginia flake? Bright leaf serving as the base is typical of the tobaccos grown in this region, while beautiful Red Virginias lend it sweetness and structure. Perique and a dash of exotic Izmir leaf complete this complex, satisfying flake.
Now on with the review.
Opening the tin I find a nice earthy aroma hinted with that fruity Perique. The flakes are broken, and a little crumbly, but load into the pipe nicely with little mess.
The room note, is pleasant, and also earthy and fruity. Everyone whohas smelled it so far thought it was delightful.
The taste is good, with the peppery Perique and the Orientals adding an enjoyable flavor to the bright Virginia’s.
The unflavored English mix tobacco smokes cleanly and evenly and ends with a fine white ash with very little hints of moisture and no gurgling.
Overall the tobacco is decent,and I will reach for it again.
Good job Low Country Pipe and Cigar, another home run!Smoke em if you got em!