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27-Aug-2019 16:56

A word- let the tobacco age/weather a bit before smoking it.

This will help to cut down a bit on the strength of it and will reduce the bite/aftertaste it leaves.

The huge Latakia smokiness was there, richer than I had ever smelt it before, but stronger than this was a mysterious fermented, almost yeast-like smell.

I can only compare it to smelling one of those powerful cheeses that one can find in Brno, in the Czech republic. I like these cheeses though, and was only put off for a moment.

My wife and family love the room note of this tobacco.

(They hated the other English blends I used to smoke!

So fire up your magic Basement / Closet / Cupboard and stick s few jars of Nightcap in there. The very deeply rich, smokey, woody sweet and mildly musty Cyprian latakia is the star component.England is obsessed by tidy gardens and burning unruly weeds.You need to understand why people in england created such a complex taste - it's to remind us of those few warm days a year that linger and one yearns for.I like my toast black about the edges, so this is enjoyable enough to me.

Puff more gently, and the Latakia will calm down, and other flavours have room to move, the tangy spice of the Perique, and the very subtle hint of sweetness from the Virginia will peek out through the smoke.

It's a fine blend in it own right, given the proper time and space to get itself together.