“Tobacco is the passion of honest men and he who lives without tobacco is not worthy of living.” -Moliere (Jean Baptiste Poquelin)
Here is the tin description “This 2010 blend is made with a special selection of sugary, red-orange Middle Belt flue-cured Virgina from the 2004 crop near Durham. These ripe, sun-dappled leaves, picked at their peak, should age extreamely well in the tin.”
For a beginner a flake like this may seem hard to adjust to but the little time it takes to break it up to make it smokable is well worth it. The aroma from the tin is amazing and quite intoxicating, much like foreign spices, that makes your hungry for it. Virginia tobaccos by nature come with a bit of a bite but this tobacco is so sweet and smooth it is hardly noticeable. It’s a 100gram tin that will generally run you around $20. This is my third year of smoking christmas cheer for the holidays and in my opinion the best so far.
I don’t get paid to say this stuff, it’s just that good.