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Flavor  rated 4/5   Recommend It?  rated 4/5   Room Note  rated 5/5   Tin Aroma  rated 5/5  
DESCRIPTION
Brand: Pipeworks and Wilke
Blender: Carol Burns
Tin Description: Inspired by the unforgettable aroma that rises from Vermont sugar houses in the early spring. A well balanced blend of Virginia and Carolia tobaccos along with fermented Black Cavendish and just the right amount of Vermont maple syrup.
Country of Origin: U.S.A.
Contents: Cavendish, Virginia
Flavouring: Maple
Cut: Ribbon
Packaging: Bulk


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# 1/12/2011 User rated 5/5
Review by smokey strodtman

Great Maple Blend!


It takes a pretty special aromatic to make it into my regular rotation and VMC is such a blend. The pouch note of this is a very full maple smell, and the appearance is appealing with light and dark brown flecks mixed in with the black cavendish tobaccos. Firing up a bowl, you first notice how much the tobacco tastes like the aroma in the pouch, something that doesn't happen a lot in aromatics. The only difference is that the sweetness of the smoke is less than that of the pouch note, something that suits me just fine. I don't care for overly cased tobaccos and this one isn't. The maple taste remains fairly constant over 2/3 of the bowl, then starts to fade away as the smoke ends. It generally leaves a bit of dottle in the bottom of my pipe, as do most aromatics. You will make a lot of friends with this one, as the room aroma is VERY pleasant. I find myself smoking this one every other day or so, which for me is unusual for an aromatic. Four stars for Vermont Maple Cavendish.

Smokey

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Tin Aroma -  rated 5/5
Flavor -  rated 4/5
Recommend It? -  rated 4/5
Room Note -  rated 5/5
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