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You need to know what it's like sitting in a 300 year old cottage in the countryside; to smell and sense the lush damp green around you warmed by the sun, autumn musk and the cold of winter falling when you yearn for summer again. A musky, smoky, soothing oak of calming tobacco that gets you through the dark and rain when you long for a summer camp and bonfire. When you get that rare sunny haze you can smoke a pipe of this inside, go outside and smell it for real - even in winter on Bonfire Night.
This is what I have come to understand about Dunhill tobaccos - wether it be the oriental english breakfast tea taste of Early Morning Pipe or the rush of plummy english christmas pudding mixed with connotations of navel travel of yesteryear in Royal Yacht, it's quintessential englishness that only someone in england could concoct.
The huge Latakia smokiness was there, richer than I had ever smelt it before, but stronger than this was a mysterious fermented, almost yeast-like smell.
I can only compare it to smelling one of those powerful cheeses that one can find in Brno, in the Czech republic. I like these cheeses though, and was only put off for a moment.
My wife and family love the room note of this tobacco.
(They hated the other English blends I used to smoke!
A word- let the tobacco age/weather a bit before smoking it.
This will help to cut down a bit on the strength of it and will reduce the bite/aftertaste it leaves.
When I first opened a tin of this, and took a huge sniff at the midnight-dark contents, my head reeled, and I experienced something approaching fear!
The perique and burleys help to balance out the harsher, more smokey latakia, making for a pleasant smoke.