Review by smokey 422
A really good aromatic that lives up to its' name
Berry Cobbler is an attractive tobacco in the pouch, with medium and darker browns interspersed with black cavendish cubes. The pouch aroma is sweet, with hints of chocolate in the background. Upon lighting, one detects a sweetness coming from the cavendish tobaccos with the whiskey topping providing support without being overbearing. About halfway down, the flavor is still dominated by the cavendish, with hints of burley now peeking through. Further down, more burley asserts itself, although the smoke is still sweet. For an aromatic, it has a good burn rate and requires minimal relights. The room note will make you friends, even among non-smokers.
B.C. distinguishes itself from most aromatics by its' great taste and superior burn. It's obvious that J.M. has been at this a while, and knows how to put together the correct combination of tobaccos. He is also a pipe smoker who likes aromatics and it shows in this blend. This one easily makes my list of top three aromatics and is highly recommended for aromatic smokers.