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Stalla Dhu Auchroisk 19 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky - 70cl 47%
Date Added: Tuesday 26 June, 2018
What an amazing tasting Whisky. Full of incredible flavour and an amazing syrup finish, this is definitely a collectors item. Perfect with your favourite cigar.
Samuel Gawith FireDance Flake Pipe Tobacco (Tin)
Date Added: Monday 18 June, 2018
One of my favourite SG blends, the tin note is predominatley blackberry, you would be expecting a very sweet, maybe sickly smoke, but not at all, i find the brandy really the main taste here, creamy vanilla, then the blackberry, no bite, smooth and of medium strength, rubs out easily, moisture level was fine with my tin, i have heard it can be over moist (better that than bone dry imo) a definate rotation staple for me!! 8/10!
Stormlands Golden Mahogany Humidor and Budget Cuban Cigar Sampler
Date Added: Tuesday 12 June, 2018
Bought this as a Birthday present for me from my wife, It is amazing, It does what it says on the tin, I strongly suggest you season it before use, also buy a separate digital thermometer, I strongly recommend this humidor, thanks Cgars, superb starter kit.
Sancho Panza Sanchos Cigar – 1 Single in Varnished Slide Lid Box (Coffin)
Date Added: Wednesday 16 May, 2018
I had a similar cigar to this a few times which is 21.it was the Oscar woody cigar and takes one hell of a long time to smoke.
Samuel Gawith 1792 Dark Flake Pipe Tobacco (Tin)
Date Added: Sunday 29 April, 2018
Following recommendations from others after my enjoyment of SG Navy Flake, I was then encouraged to try SG 1792 Flake. The flake is dark and smells very similar to SG Navy Flake with the notable omission of alcohol in the nose. I rubbed this down and allowed it to dry for several hours and then smoked it in my Peterson Derry Rustic Straight 106 Pipe. This is a strong tobacco flavour from the start, it is similar to SG Navy Flake but with the alcohol taste removed. It is lovely and strong (assuming you like the taste of tobacco) and probably one of the purest pipe tobaccos that I sampled. It was slow burning (3/4 of the bowl lasted 1 hour and 15 minutes) but I enjoyed it so much I smoked every last drop of tobacco in the bowl. It was strong in flavours but gave no bight to the tongue or the back of the throat. After lighting it required two more relights (nothing to write home about). It reminded me of sitting in a room with a peat fire burning, brought back memories there. The smoke it produced was thick and to my nose pleasant, but to a non smoker probably would have been q
Samuel Gawith Navy Flake Pipe Tobacco (Tin)
Date Added: Monday 26 March, 2018
Somebody kindly posted a message to me on this forum that Samuel Gawith flakes are always very moist and should be dried out before attempting to smoke them. With that in mind I took out a couple of flakes, rubbed them down to something that I thought resembled rubbed tobacco and then left them to dry for 3 hours and certainly appeared to be less moist. The dry notes of this tobacco are a very strong scent of alcohol (I dont believe this scent is near the sweetness of rum, closer to a whisky scent) and a strange, almost plastic note in there which threw me a bit. The tobacco notes were strong, I believe this may be Latakia as it is quite a bot stronger and bolder than the other tobaccos that Ive tried. I put it in my Peterson straight pipe (with a filter) and, after a bit of difficulty on the initial light, eventually got the pipe going. The tobacco smoked really well after the initial lighting stages, although it did go out on me unexpectedly once (two thirds of the way down) and again at the end. The smoke was quite strong, but certainly was more to my liking given my prefer
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