Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Sutliff PS Alexander Bridge

Tin Notes:
Many people think the opulently decorated Alexander Bridge to be the most beautiful in Paris. This symbolic historical monument is a blend of decorative art and exuberant architecture. Mere words cannot describe the beauty of this technical marvel portraying Russian-French friendship. It has to be seen to be appreciated. Much like the Alexander Bridge, this marvelous Aromatic Blend has key elements painstakingly brought together to create something aesthetically pleasing. Red and Gold Virginias mix with Rich Burleys to mingle in harmony.

     Strength: Mild
        Flavor: Mild
          Taste: Mild
Room Note: Pleasant

The tin note was of cognac. The tobacco seamed a little damp from the tin but it burned well. On the charring light the predominate flavor was the cognac. On the true light there was a nuttiness that started to come through from the Burley. About a third of the way through the bowl I got the sweat hay flavor from the Virginias. Alexander Bridge burned cool all the way to the bottom of the bowl. Three out four bowls had no re-lights and the other had just one.

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