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Candy Like Sweet Aromatics Recommendations Please

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    nhhiggy

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    Got a real sweet tooth and trying to substitute tobaccos for eating desserts going to be getting some Solani X Sweet Mystery and Cult Blood Red Sky and would like more suggestions thanks for any replies.

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    Nording Hunter's Blend Labrador if you can find it.

    Other than that:

    Scotty's Trout Stream
    PS 24 Nougat
    Boswell's Piper's Pleasure and Raspberry Cream
    CAO Eileen's Dream or Moontrance
    Cornell and Diehl Autumn Evening
    Lane 1Q

    The Scotty's and Boswell ones are particularly sweet

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    Warhorse Green: tastes like bubblegum.

    It also packs a nic punch kick, so pace yourself.

    Not the sweet, new grass with flowers is this harvesting of mine;
    Not the upland clover bloom...
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    Smoke nice straight Va blends. I'm struggling understanding the logic of substituting smoking to replace sugar. I'm finishing my third bowl of Va for the day, all 3 have been very sweet (at least to my taster) and the tobacco has been very enjoyable.

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    One word, Boswell... They have super amazing aromatics if your looking for very sweet. The Raspberry cream suggestion is really good, I'd also suggest their chocolate tobaccos, and my favorite is the berry cobbler, very good.

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    What about Sutliff Molto Dolce? I've never had this tobacco, but I remember when I first got into the pipe, it was talked about as a very decadent aromatic.

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    So I’ve ordered the following CAO Moontrance, Autumn Evening by C&D and Cult Blood Red Moon.

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    If memory serves me right, Molto Dolce was delicious but super super wet. Granted it’s probably been like 5 years since I last smoked it. I wonder if Danimalia and I joined the forums at the same time, because Molto Dolce was all the rage when I first joined the forums as well.

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    Sutliff Creme Brûlée, Vanilla Custard and Chocolate Mousse are beyond decadent.
    H & H Egg Nog, Lane BCA, Lane Dark Red, Lane MV1000, Sutliff 999, Sutliff Black Cordial,, Sutliff ZBC, and from P&C: Russ’ Snow Drift and Candy Cane Cocoa are all VERY sweet also. And all are available in bulk.
    I personally did not care for Molto Dolce, aroma and flavor were very fake to me.
    +1 on PS Nougat and anything Boswell

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    I have heard that Creme Brulee and Molto Dolce are very similar

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    To my severely under developed palette:
    Creme brûlée tastes like a perfectly seared medium rare bone in ribeye
    Molto dolce tastes like the peanut shells on the floor at said steakhouse
    But there is a reason why we have so many different blends!

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    Molto Dolce is the ultimate crossover blend for vape curious pipe smokers. It literally boils in the bowl.

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    It’s been a long while, if Creme Brulee is that much better than MD I’ll have to check it out. I just kind of skipped both of them over on my way back into religiously pipe smoking.

    Really wanting to try PS 24, never really was big into Aro’s but since the end of McClelland’s I need new options.

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    Molto Dolce gets a lot of high scores, seems like usually non-aro guys. My personal experience is hands down to creme brûlée.
    I am very much in the camp of buy small amounts of anything that seems like it may suit your tastes. Put flame to it and find out.
    I currently have 104 blends that have been tried or are waiting to be tried. I use a simple spreadsheet with columns for name, type, content including flavorings, my impression of tin/jar aroma,smoking impression, a 1-5 score, whether or not to keep and how many ounces I have.
    TobaccoReviews.com is a great resource for blend information and anecdotal experience of others.
    I just know I can’t accurately remember and have ended up buying a blend I already tried and didn’t like!

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    That is pretty sound advice, I used to do the same.

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    Here's some Aro's I've tried recently in the last year or so that you may like with some footnotes on each blend. Need to try for yourself as what works for me probably won't for you.

    Molto Dolce - Nice aroma, zero bite, zero flavor and hard to keep lit.
    Cult BRM - Pouch aroma made me sneeze and wife couldn't stand to be around it, but smokes okay and is sweet.
    Suttlif Z50 - Better more balanced cherry blend than CBRM IMO.
    Stokkebye 201 - Similar to BCA but more vanilla.
    Lane BCA - The standard Black Cavendish for decades.
    Country Squire Parsons Blend - Good balanced Burley Aro.
    Lane MV-1000 - Virginia with artificial like flavor and aroma, didn't like it.
    Newminster 201 Straight Black - Quite bland, not recommended for what you want.

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    I'll add Sutliff Maple Street. It's on sale at SP.

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    If memory serves me right, Molto Dolce was delicious but super super wet. Granted it’s probably been like 5 years since I last smoked it. I wonder if Danimalia and I joined the forums at the same time, because Molto Dolce was all the rage when I first joined the forums as well.

    Looks like I joined a bit later, but I remember it being hyped quite a bit by its fans. Same with Cult BRM.

    One of these days, I'm going to buy a tin to try out when I go stand across the street from the local High School and leer at all the, er, I mean, uh, watch out for predators.

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    I'm struggling understanding the logic of substituting smoking to replace sugar.

    this

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    Dan Tobac, Milonga, Blue Note, Devils Holiday,

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    Something outside the box... Sillem’s Black. I just ran some websites and didn’t come across any in stock. Read the reviews and see if it’s something that appeals to you. If so, I have some cellared that I can send you.

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    As stated. Blue Note. It was all the rage for a while. It is so sweet it probably raises one's blood sugar! Yeah, I succumbed to peer pressure and bought a tin once.

    Mike Stanley

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    Sillems Black sounds interesting with the Latakia in it.

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    Not an aro smoker, but I'm pretty sure Russ Oulette has blended some winners in this category. Also, Scotty's?
    After all, from what I've read, 85% of all blends sold are Aro's.

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    Molto Dolce. french for very sweet. it lives up to it name.

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    Smoked Aro's all of my life, mostly BCA and the like, but once I found straight Virginia's a year or so ago, the Aro's have all been thrown out, except for one which I've kept around because I like the pouch aroma.

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    French, eh?

    I like HGL from Lane. It was blended for Herman G Lane and is a mix of sweet aromatic and Latakia. Wife approved.

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    +1 to straight VA. Older is better

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    A Forums member sent me a sample of Molto Dolce. I certainly enjoyed trying it, and it lived up to its super-sweet reputation. I did finish off the sample! Mostly I like non-aromatics, or for a change of pace, tobacco forward aromatics.

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    I’ve followed my sweet tooth quite a bit. Sutlif maple street really hit the mark for me. Molto Bulce was so wet it was almost impossible to keep lit. 1Q. Mixed with MD 50/50 was tasty and that’s how I finished the tin. I also like Mac Baren vanilla cream flake quite a bit. It’s the only tobacco I have a pipe dedicated to.

    Think slow, act fast.
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