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Northwest Trek (English Aromatic)

(3 customer reviews)


Ambling along an overgrown trail in Washington State, you stop for a breath.  You close your eyes to smell the forest:  moist earth, fir trees, and peat become apparent to your senses.  You are now aware that you are thoroughly enjoying your Northwest Trek.

An incredibly complex mixture of choice tobaccos, Northwest Trek is for the smoker who enjoys rich, smoky flavor paired with delicate sweetness.  This Virginia, Burley, Latakia blend will make you a believer in savory tobaccos, and is perfect for Fall weather.  Pairs well with your favorite whiskey or single malt.

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1 Ounce, 2 Ounces, 4 Ounces, Half Pound, 1 Pound

Reviews (3)

3 reviews for Northwest Trek (English Aromatic)

  1. Kevin (verified owner)

    I am typically not an aromatic smoker because I like my blends to be rich and savory, not syrupy sweet. However Country Squire has an amazing ability to turn out aromatics that fit my palette and this is certainly one of them. I have smoked this on the Hoh River Trail in Washington state and it is a perfect complement. It is rich and smokey but with just a hint of sweetness.

  2. Justin (verified owner)

    Well, I wasn’t in Washington when I first smoked this; I was on the Northern California coast surrounded by pines, ferns and the sound of the Pacific.

    This is my second TCS English-Aromatic blend. I think it’s lovely for cool weather and the wilderness. It is earthy, woody; I detect aromatic notes that remind me of Blue Ribbon, but the English aspect I think gives it an exceptional depth..

  3. Steve Iverson (verified owner)

    When I first opened the bag and began transferring to Mason Jars, I took a big Whiff. The aoroma is HUGE and delicious on the savory side with hints of sweet and complexity. The rich peaty smoky Cyprian Latakia is quite prevalent but in no way overpowering. I thought “Oooh, this is going to be good!” along with the anticipation that this tobacco was going to demand a bit of respect and proper cadence or it was going to bite back. Boy was I wrong! The rich creamy smoke was very well behaved and each puff left you wanting more. There isn’t much of a Nic-hit for an English and I detect a booze topping of some sort. A full bowl in a Castello (G) dublin lasted 1 1/2 hours with only 3 re-lights.

    What a wonderful tobacco! This will definitely be on my inner circle of regular rotation tobaccos. Thanks J.D. et.al!!

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