The Easter Bunny Came Early…

Either that, or the Rabbit of Ostara came a few days late?

It’s early Tuesday morning, okay 10:30 AM is not all that early, and the sun was shining through the window on my south door.  Well, I was expecting my shipment to arrive last week, and already I had been to the drugstore.  So, here I was sitting, watching my rapidly dwindling tobacco supply, waiting for the mail.

“OK,” I say to my beleaguered, groggily approaching wife, as she prepared for work, “if my order doesn’t come in the mail today, I’m going to find some money, somewhere, to go back to the drugstore.”

So it is with some trepidation, that after I dropped my wife off at work, I went to the mailbox.

Slowly, heart pounding in my chest, I open the mailbox…

…Just touching base here, is that suspenseful enough?

OK, kidding aside the only thing in the mailbox was the key to the parcel box, so I knew I had a parcel.

Well, in all honesty, it was both late, and early!  In the parcel box was both my shipment that I was expecting last week, and my shipment that I wasn’t expecting until next week.  All of a sudden, I was rolling in tobacco.

My late shipment was 8 ounces (about 250 g) of Cornell & Diehl’s Byzantium, my second favorite blend, next to GQ TobaccosClassic English, and unfortunately is easier to get.

The early shipment also contained 8 ounces of tobacco, 4 2 ounce packages that I ordered for review.  Two by Cornell & Diehl; aromatic blends, Berries & Cream and Dark Chocolate, Peter Stokkebye Luxury Bullseye Flake, and Newminster Blackberry Brandy, another aromatic blend, this one free of Cavendish!

So, fortunately for me, I believe in the Easter Bunny, AND the Rabbit of Ostara, and fortunately for you, that is if you read my reviews.

Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em!

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