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4noggins Bulk: CATAMOUNT

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Ripe Virginia tobaccos, Black Cavendish, & Toasted Cavendish are combined to create a complex, mild smoking experience. The aroma is an elegant vanilla with a hint of cherry. Toasting the Cavendish locks in the natural sweet tobacco flavor and eliminates.

Tobacco Flavor Index
Mild to Medium
Mild to Medium
Room Note: Pleasant

Product Reviews

(18 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
Decent smoke once in a while
Andrew (Quebec) 7/12/2017 10:52 PM
It has a pleasant smell, but the taste is on the mild side. The first half of the bowl has a complex set of flavours, that you can take your time discerning. By the end the flavours blend into a more smoky taste, being less pleasant.
Love it
Barry Wilson (Surrey, BC) 1/31/2017 11:50 PM
I am actually not a pipe smoker. I use a little rolling machine and tubes with filters. I just prefer the taste of pipe tobacco. I accidentally walked into where my elderly mother was sitting with one still burning and she said oh that smells nice, like standing under your father's old cherry tree. I tried the aromatic sampler and found this is one of the nicest for rolling. It doesn't stick and it isn't chunky like some. Captain black gold has been my go to but this rolls much nicer and is not overpowering flavour. Makes my man cave smell nice too
A great aromatic blend in Continental style
Robert Zuch (Christchurch, ) 8/26/2015 7:34 AM
This is probably my favourite bulk aromatic (i.e. a non-tinned variety). It is cavendish-based so has quite a bit of moisture present when straight out of the packet. After some drying out it packs and burns well without any goop in the pipe, while also slightly losing the aroma intensity. Cherry and vanilla are about half-half, but are neither overpowering nor too sweet. In fact most of the sweetness probably comes from the cavendish. Leaves a nice powdery ash, no bitter overtones. A very pleasant light aromatic that competes on equal terms with Danish or German blends, without the chemical agents of the tinned blends.
Nice blend
Kris Telech (Calgary, AB) 6/23/2013 1:02 AM
This blend took a bit to explore in different pipes, turns out it's best in a seasoned briar or pear wood pipe,(tried in a corn cob, loses most of the creaminess) smokes very creamy and smooth. Leaves the pipe a little wet but worth it.