A very attractive aromatic Mixture of various golden, matured to optimal sweetness Virginia varieties, with are with the addition of a particularly soft Black Cavendish stored again to mature. This was Bjarne's recommendation for a full-bodied sweet, yet very pleasantly gentle and wonderfully fragrant tobacco pleasure.
While you should fill the contents of the economy pack after opening in an airtight container, the smaller round tin with pressure lid is well suited to keep the tobacco for a longer time. The Mixture exudes a pleasant scent of hay and dried fruit and is nice to look at with their uniform light, medium and dark brown color. However loosened up, the irregularity of the individual components is shown. The fibers are partly long and frizzy while others are cut into small squares. The tobacco looks a bit dry, so it should be stored carefully.
As a Mixture, the White Label is loosely stuffed down and discreetly tighter towards the top. Since the White Label rises strongly, it should be carefully stuffed - especially not too tight -, which requires some attention because of the irregularly sized components.
Due to the inclination of the White Label to rise under the flame, it takes two flames and the gentle use of the tamper, until the tobacco burns evenly. But then you get a quiet and lasting fire.
The smoke of the White Label is creamy, but noticeably spicy. The strong roasted aromas come from the Virginia, these are very harmoniously rounded off by a natural-looking sweetness, which can be attributed to the Black Cavendish. The burning is very uncomlicated and with normal smoking behavior, neither tongue-burn or gargling are to be feared. After extinguishing, light, flaky ash remains, which is slightly caked and can be loosened up to clean with the thorn of the tamper. However, this makes as little work as the few condensate.
The redolency of the White Label is for real tobacco and in particular suitable for smoking or very tolerant society.
The White Label is a Mixture of different cuts in all shades of brown. Although the strength of the tobacco is moderate, it is not directed especially for beginners, due to its somewhat attention demanding preparation, even if it is easy to smoke. The sweetish scent of hay points to a good Virginia, and in fact, smokers get the spicy aromas and toasted notes that are known to this kind of tobacco, but without the peculiarity of Virginia's nature of being difficult to smoke. For this, as well as for a pleasant natural sweetness probably the used Black Cavendish is responsible. The White Label is an uncomplicated tobacco that is well suited to any occasion.
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