Tobacco Review of Black House

I've received another parcel at last with a second sample of one of Hearth Home's tobaccos. So this is my tobacco review of Black House; also on my YouTube channel.

The description on the tin sates that this was a winning blend fromtobacco review of black house the a pipe show in 2011 and is a tribute to a highly rated tobacco of the past - Balkan Sobraine 759. It was judged to be the closest overall to the dark balkan-type mixture it was to emulate. Its a complex blend of Kentucky, Balkans, Turkish, Virginia and Black Cavendish. I haven't had the chance to smoke the original Balkan Sobraine or any of its successors, but enjoyed this blend a lot. Tin: A complex smell of oriental, incense-like with notes of earthiness, smokiness, woody and a hint of cocoa beans. Just a touch of sweet flavours too. Aroma: On first lit, it was just a wonderful balanced taste of Oriental/English. Mellow Latakia but surely English/Oriental. Sounds like a contradiction but its not; just shows how well balanced all the different components are. Overall a very enjoyable tobacco which I will give 4 Stars. See the video here...

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