Peter Stokkebye Tobacco Review

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My impressions of this tobacco. I've also made a video of the Peter Stokkebye Tobacco Review on my YouTube channel with a link next to the name or on the image of the tin.

Peter Stokkebye Tobaccos are not available in South Africa. They might not be top rated by many, but are excellent value for money. Enjoy and please leave comments of your impressions.  

- Balkan Supreme (Video Review)

I acquired a few tins of this tobacco from a friend who stopped smoking English / Balkan tobaccos - between 4 - 6 years old. I also bought a few tins myself and decided to do a comparative review of matured / aged Balkan Supreme and "fresh" Balkan Supreme. General description: A Balkan style blend reminiscent of the famous Balkan Sobranie. Blend of Black Cavendish, Latakia, Oriental/Turkish, Virginia. My Peter Stokkebye Tobacco Review:

New 6 Years old
In the tin, the young tobacco presented more pronounced flavours; smokey, barn / hay and notes of a stable. Lemony /sour and clear notes of milky to drk chocolate.The taste after lighting and charing the bowl presented a rich chocolaty, roasted cocoa flavour with clear smokiness. The hay / barn flavours were also noticeable with some spicy undertones.   The older tobacco had much less pronounced flavours, but clearly an older, more mouldy / leathery smell. Soury, strong molasse.The taste of the older tobacco presented more like a tawny port - cellar, mouldy, less spicy, less of the chocolate / cocoa.

Often people want to know which one is better. In my opinion, its not about which is better but more of what taste profile you're looking for. If you're in the mood for a more pronounced taste profile, go for the young one. But you sometimes also wants to smoke a bowl of a well-combined integrated taste profile, in which case the older one will suit perfectly. Its therefore not an either or, but both.tobacco

  • Strength: Mild to medium
  • Flavouring: None detected
  • Taste: Medium
  • Room note: Pleasant
  • Non-Aromatic
  • Rating: 3/5
  • Purchased From: 4Noggins

Watch the video review here.  

- English Oriental (Video Review)

General description: This classic blend brings together the finest mellow Georgian Virginias, Black Cavendish, Mexican Burleys and Cyprus Latakia, while evoking an exotic flair uniquely its own. This distinctively non-aromatic blend produces an astonishing array of refined flavours ranging from mild to medium strength. (1) An English blend of Black Cavendish, Burley, Latakia, Virginia. My Peter Stokkebye Tobacco Review: In the tin, .... coming soon! Taste: Will update soon after completing a few bowls. :-)tobacco

  • Strength: Mild
  • Flavouring: None detected
  • Taste: Medium to full
  • Room note: Pleasant
  • Non-Aromatic
  • Rating: 4/5
  • Purchased From: 4Noggins