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No, not an English type, and not a likely SMM substitute, but how could I go about my quest of trying all of these tobaccos while ignoring numero uno?In May 1607, the London-based Virginia Company's three ships landed in Virginia and founded the first permanent British settlement in North America. They hoped to find a route to the Far East (the infamous Northwest Passage) in order to further advance trade with China and/or to discover gold.I was expecting to be a little disappointed, but I was surprised instead.The flakes arrived completely sealed and with perfect moisture content.Do we reallly need another review of this excellent tobacco?I say yes, because previous reviews are misleading.
Created in the heart of Lakeland, the hot-pressed blended Virginias take on a delicious and distinctive dark colour that creates a pipe smokers dream, a feeling of calm, serenity and anticipation of the next pipeful. But it is gone now, and so I begin a quest for my Holy Grail: A substitute to replace the standard on which all English tobaccos are based: If you search here for the tobacco with the most 4 star reviews you have Full Virginia Flake.Dry or damp, aged or not, this tobacco always delivers a pure, mildly dark fruit sweet, very earthy Virginia taste with a touch of pepper/spice, wood, a little citrus and grass. Well, frankly, THIS: This is an old-school tobacco in the purest sense. If they were an attractive woman, I would ply them with alcohol and try to get them in to bed. This advice about all Sam Gawith offerings is so important, it's not even funny, but still kinda is. Though no sugar crystals seem to be on fresh flakes, it is obvious in so many ways that this has been aged quite a bit before being sent out. A word about smoking high quality Virginia flakes: keep at it, even if you have several so-so smokes in a row. Once you figure them out, you will reach the promised land. A depth of flavor hard to find, even for a class Virginia, FVF is a long-time staple. Upon opening the tin I have to marvel at the aroma.It does mellow with age (which is typical of straight Virginias), but not enough to lose the mild pepper/spice note. Burns slow, no matter the moisture content, with a very consistent cool, clean flavor, and a minor rough edge or two. One type of quality leaf, handled and prepared with care and love, by an old-school company using, by and large, old-school methods. Tin note: fermented Virginia glory, a wet field in the Fall with year-old, mostly-rotted away manure on it. A 50 gram tin of Sam Gawith tobacco contains around 25 grams of moisture, but, like a beautiful woman who lies to me just to build up my ego, I'm totally ok with it. Its very flavorful smell of fruits like raisins and plums.Smells too sweet in the tin, but doesn't smoke that way.The flakes are delightfully moist and any attempt to dry them would be immoral.