30 Apr Looking for Some Apple Flavor: County Seat Tobacco
It comprised of steamed cavendish and lightly cased yellow and mature Virginias. Jon David was going for a red delicious apple and it took 6 variations and multiple mixtures or tries to get it right for his tastes. I actually got a bit of apple jolly rancher when tasting this.
When looking at reviewing a great tool to use is the pipetool.com as it is based off the NASPC Pipe Tobacco Rating Form. So below is my summation with full notes. 1-5 ratings 1 being low and 5 being high.
The Country Squire Tobacconist
|Blend *||County Seat (Sweet Apple)|
|Contents*||Cavendish, Virginia, Burley.|
|Flavoring*||Apple, Floral Essences, Fruit / Citrus.|
|Source*||The Country Squire Sample|
|Age of Tobacco||1 month|
|Weather on day||Sunny, 75 degrees|
|Pipe Used||Generic Meerschaum Carved Sultan|
|Height of Bowl||None|
|Power or Intensity||1|
|Balance of Flavors||4|
|High Point of Bowl||3|
|Low Point of Bowl||2|
Overall I give it a 4/5
What did you think? Comment below if you’ve tried this.