Monday, March 24, 2014

Sutliff - Edward G. Robinson

Tin Notes:
A mild aromatic with a light Burley nuttiness and flavored Black Cavendish taste. Fruity plum notes are given a slight flavor push from a hint of Latakia, and a very pleasing top note of liquor.

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

The tin note was of plums and the smokiness from the Latakia. On the charring light the wine was the primary flavor. On the true light the mild nuttiness of the Burley was also evident. The plum flavor and the sweetness form the Cavendish was added shortly after the true light. About a quarter of the way into the bowl the Latakia flavor came into the background. Edward G. Robinson burned to a light gray ash at the bottom of the bowl without dottle. E.G.R. also burned cool and with out relights. I would recommend this blend to both Aromatic and Non-Aromatic smokers. The Latakia is well in the background so it should not be an issue to most pipers. I will be stocking this in my cellar.

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