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Simple but nuanced cherry tobacco.
Having great expectations on Classic For Pipe Black Cherry (INW) as other Inawera tobaccos really stand out bold, a buddy and me where surpised to detect no tobacco! So I decided to add some, simply with:
INW Classic For Pipe Captain Jack - a serious black tobacco with notes that resemble black licorish, but which blends with the cherry and steeps like a beast. Let it steep, it really comes out!
INW Classic For Pipe Gold - bright, sweet tobacco to fill the gap between pipe darkness and the fruit
INW Classic For Pipe Black Cherry - the dark, full cherry that gives some sense to it all
oh, and no Gingers where harmed during this recipe!
A cherry oak pipe tobacco. Pretty simple.
A while back @matthewkocanda was talking about a cherry oak pipe tobacco that someone used to roll for him (or something like that.) Thought it sounded like a fun thing to try out, so I mixed this up, and it’s pretty gosh darn good.
A nuanced, almost complex super simple aromatic pipe tobacco.
(I suck at 3rd person ego stoking)
Inspired by the Aromatic Tobacco episode of NOTED our Hero woke early the next day (5amFML) sat down with his morning cupa coffee and an atomizer full of God's own Cardinal... He began pondering the aromas from the night before, doing some quick foggy headed math he knocked together a simple banger.
INW Black Cherry for Pipe
INW Vanilla for Pipe
It's Cherry Vanilla Pipe Tobacco, needs no notes, just mix it, vape it, enjoy it, modify it.
Disclaimer. I literally knocked this together before work. It is fantastic on the shake, it will deepen a bit and develop some more complexity over time should you choose to steep it.
A sweet & mild cherry pipe tobacco with some lightly creamy vanilla/almond notes.
This is a great "transitional" recipe for those squirrely about tobacco vapes, as the tobaccos are mild and dessert-y, and the dominant note is a bright, non-medicinal cherry.
I mixed this on 12/19/16 and am just trying it now on 2/15/17, so I can't give a definitive steep time, but where tobaccos are involved, anywhere from 2-4 weeks is probably ideal.
This is a surprisingly smooth, cherry pipe tobacco. It's not smokey like I had anticipated the "For Pipe" line being after trying INW Black for Pipe. The cherry is delicious (not medicinal at all) and very pronounced, with a nice deep pipe tobacco in the background. I'm no expert in tobaccos, so it'll be hard for me to liken it to a type of tobacco, but I don't get much nuttiness, just kind of a nice, deep, dry, leafy pipe tobacco. The cherry note is somewhat sweet so if you're looking for a not-so-sweet cherry tobacco vape, I would recommend using this as an accent to another tobacco to provide the cherry accent to the tobacco.