A Nice Combo: SG Grousemoor And GH Top Black Cherry

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aquadoc

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I mixed these 2:1 Grousemoor to Top Black Cherry. It produced a complimentary and smooth smoke...sorta a herbal lemon cherry. Worth a try for those that like the Lakeland approach but not Grandma's perfume.

 

dcon

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I like these GH and SG blends. However, I think that I would rather drink a bottle of ‘Grandma’s perfume’ than mix lemon and cherry. :)

 

workman

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I popped a tin of Grousemoor and smoked 3-4 bowls. It felt very weird and didn't resemble tobacco at all. I jarred the rest. Maybe I'll try it again some day, maybe not. I did not care for it.

 

aquadoc

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Workman, my current jar is 3 yrs old and had been sitting quietly at the back of my cellar. It is darker and more earthy now. It is one of the few Lakelands that appeals to me.

 

olkofri

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Just had a bowl of Grousemoor earlier. I was tempted to add in some TBC, but I refrained. Interested in trying the combo, though.

 

dcon

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I know that I have finicky tastes but, I’ll pass on putting fruits (other than lemons) in my lemonade. I don’t want lemons in my cherry drinks either :)

 

agnosticpipe

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Well seeings as I have both of these blends in open jars, I decided to try it. I thought it was rather nice, although I prefer the Grousemoor as is, the mixture wasn't bad at all. I've always liked GH TBC for a cherry tobacco as it doesn't hit you over the head with strong cherry flavor. Might have to give it a go again soon. Thanks for the tip!

 

aquadoc

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Orley, I agree that Grousemoor is perfect s it is but to shake up things and give my palate a break from Latakia, I like to experiment.
Another good combo is Rattray's Exotic Orange and Grousemoor in a 3:1 mix.