- Dec 2, 2014
I am fairly new at this, but I have had a chance now to try quite a few English style blends from different brands. I have also regularly been smoking some Dunhill blends: EMP, MM965, London Mixture, and Standard Mixture. One thing that I am noticing about all of the Dunhill blends that I have tried, but I am not really picking up with the other English style blends, is that the Dunhill blends seem to have a cigar-like (for lack of a better term) characteristic to them. It's like a strong overtone that I'm getting from the Dunhills, whether it be EMP or MM965, that I do not get from the variety of other brands. What is it about Dunhill that is doing this? I like Dunhill a lot, but it seems to be one taste element that distinguished Dunhill from the rest for me.