It's been at 11 for about a week. It is pricey, but I don't care as it's what I'd have to pay at a B&M. The stuff sells out in a heartbeat at lower price points. I don't spend on a lot of things, so the extra $12 for 5 tins isn't going to cause me any great introspection.Been at 11 for a couple of days now. Weird.
People experience blends differently. JALF tastes like a chocolate malt wed to fine Virginia hay to me. Very rich and very smooth.The usual suspects don't note anything special and for the price I really have to wonder what people see in the blend.
I have about 18 tins of Balkan Sobranie and I didn't pay more than $11 for any of them. Good luck doing that now. People are shelling out $35 and up for a tin and that stuff is crap. Deals come and go. These days it's more go.Nate, I have about 24 tins and never paid over $10 for any of them
I hear you there. I never had the Balkan Sobranie so I have never jumped on the gotta have it train.I have about 18 tins of Balkan Sobranie and I didn't pay more than $11 for any of them
Who are these úsual suspects, and why do you give their opinions so much credence. I prefer to have my own opinions, and I love the stuff. It really wasn't that expensive till recently.The usual suspects don't note anything special and for the price I really have to wonder what people see in the blend.
? Those are good too, but nothing like Aylesbury LF. You could at least compare similar blends, like CVP or Capstan Blue. But I guess McClelland doesn't make anything like that, seems like you are a McClelland guy.There are so many fine straight VAs available for half the price, namely Christmas Cheer, Blackwoods Flake, that I'll pass.