Friday, December 6, 2013

Sutliff PS Kentucky Planter

Tin Notes:
Prior to 1864, Red Burley was the type of Burley grown in Kentucky. The Civil War was raging and because of a scarcity of seed, George Webb purchased what was available. This new variety, White Burley, proved to be superior and forever changed smoking history. This soft and aromatic blend of all AAA Burleys is testimony to that fact.

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

The tin note had the aroma of the Burley. The blend was ready to smoke right from the tin no drying time needed. On the charring light and the true light the predominate flavor was the nuttiness from the Burley. Further into the bowl I noticed the slightest hint of vanilla. The tobacco burned cool and well with out re-lights. It left gray ash at the bottom of the bowl with no dottle. I would recommend this blend to any Non-Aromatic smoker.

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