A mild mixture of Orange and Mahogany Virginia tobaccos with aromatic Thailand Burley and fired Kentucky leaf, lightly flavoured with Irish Whiskey.
The Irish Whiskey is a mixture of dark tobaccos with a few brighter parts in medium to fine cut. The smell doesn’t show any flavour: Fine but definitely spicy tobacco. The dark mixture feels subjective slightly dampish, but is good conditioned.
The tobacco could be plugged in without any problem, whereby one should only attend not to plug too compressed, because it’ll expand remarkable while lighting up.
The Irish Whiskey could be light up easily with one to two flames. It tends a little bit to straighten up, but glows after dampen slightly down with the tamper constant to the end.
Smoked slowly the Whiskey flavour will arise with a light sweetness up to the half filling, then a malty-smoky, but not unsavoury, taste comes to the front. The Irish Whiskey could be smoked pleasing cool and dry with a little bit attention. Burning down is constant up to a remaining darker grey ash.
The redolence is more effected by strong tobacco. The flavour is nearly completely displaced by the Kentucky. A light sweetness of Burley and the flavour are only secondary remarkable, but they give the redolence the mild nuances, which make this tobacco acceptable to most societies.
The Irish Whiskey is an interesting mixture of mostly darker tobaccos with a discreet flavour. It’s uncomplicated to handle and the smoking properties are good natured. Some attention, so that it’ll not be smoked too hot, is advisable to get the changing nuances while burning down. The redolence is strong but moderated by the profound flavour. The strength is definitely remarkable: The Irish Whiskey is no tobacco for an empty stomach... Therefore beginners should be careful – for advanced smokers this tobacco is very recommendable.
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