Re: A hint of latakia?
- From: Ngo Dinh Diem <sir_georgio@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 01:06:29 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 19, 2:48 pm, IAN PERKINS <iperkins...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Dec 17, 6:16 pm, Ngo Dinh Diem <sir_geor...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am ready to place my next tobacco order and I thought I'd ask for
some recommendations. I really enjoy the taste and smell of latakia,
it reminds me of coal fires in the distance, autumn walks, campfires,
and it is so rich. But I cannot take much nicotine; the last bowl of
965 I had left me on the floor with my head spinning.
So, can anyone recommend some quality blends that use latakia as a
spice, rather than as the main ingredient, perhaps with a virginia
base? I think that way I could enjoy the taste and aroma without the
nicotine wallop and get to the bottom of the bowl enjoyably.
Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated,
Still some argument over whether it contains Latakia, but Dan
Tobacco's Midnight Ride comes to mind. I am not a Latakia fan, but I
love this blend. I say it has a very, very subtle hint of latakia.
Wonderful smoke. Great with a mildly smokey scotch like Oban or
Finealta by Glenmorangie.
Thank you very much chaps for the advice. I've had a look on
tobaccoreviews and I'll definitely get some Solent, Lombard, Dunhill's
EMP and Plumcake. I haven't tried the "new" Dunhill so that might be
interesting in itself. I've written down the other recommendations and
I'll have a look at them too and decide what's what. Thanks again for
the help - and a merry Christmas to all of you,
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