Review Mountain Camp

Continuing on reviewing my newest tobacco acquisitions - tobacco review Mountain Camp. Also on my YouTube channel.

This was actually a difficult tobacco to review because the flavours tobacco review mountain campand taste was very subdued - not in a bad way though. I guess then, a well-balanced blend again. In the tin: the smell in the tin was again just nice typical English blend-like tobacco - earthy, a touch of smokiness and an even lighter touch of spiciness. On first light: On first light/char, the oriental Latakia tobaccos blends nicely together to give you a fine English blend. As you progress through the bowl, the other flavours become clearer - some spiciness, a hint of sweetness, buttery. Overall this tobacco is true to its name - it reminds one of sitting around a nice camp fire; taking in the quietness of the night while smelling the fresh flavours of burning wood. Definitely not a heavy Latakia as the tin suggests (in my opinion), although you know its there. Good tobacco! A blend of Burley, Latakia, Oriental/Turkish, Perique and Virginia. Ribbon cut, no flavouring, medium strength, medium taste with a pleasant room note. ...or tobacco review 

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