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For my part, Grouse-Moor is one of my favorite tobaccos, representing, as it does, the pinnacle of one of the most venerable traditions in the realm of tobacco, that of the English Lakeland.
Only the finest steamed and stoved bright Virginia is employed, cut into deliciously long ribbons that pack easily and are perfect for slow, relaxed puffing.
Forgive my rabbiting on for so long, but I have enjoyed this sort of tobacco for years and became tired of listening to a lot of brutes and cads guffawing and casting it aside for 'serious' tobacco. The Virginia leaf is not only of the finest quality, but also quite strong.
This is the same sort of relationship of taste that is to be found in Grouse-Moor and so many other fine tobaccos of the Lakeland tradition.
The tobacco characeristics could not be deduced by their aromas.
I was unable to tell whether this was because of the flavoring, or the steaming process. Nice springy feel when pressed, no tendency to harden up on top.
Lighting: The blend lights easily, sometimes needing only one match to start.
Initial flavor: A light fresh flavor, an interesting change of pace for a dedicated Virginia and Oriental smoker like me, but not a typical aromatic. There is some strength (nicotine wise), but the blend is a gentle smoker, as well as dry and cool. Summary: An excellent change of pace, which will not goop up your pipe.