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What is Your Sweetest Tobacco, Your Dessert !!

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  1. mobeasto123

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    Hi guys, I want to know what is your sweatest tobacco. The one you smoke to replace ice cream after a good diner. The tobacco that fill your sweat tooth.
    Thanks

    David

    Edit: Corrected capitalization in title per Rule #9, L.

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    SWEATY TOBACCO!?!?! But no seriously, I am just getting into the hobby and I tried Ashton Guilty Pleasure last night. It's a bit sweet at first but loses flavour half way down the bowl ;/ The room note is good though. To me that's the best thing about aromatics, but I'm more towards flavour rather than room note, and I honestly find that there is always a slight chemical taste with flavoured tobaccos. However, Lane 1-Q and Macbaren Seven Seas are apparently good options. Too many tobaccos too little time. All the best!

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    1Q, Captain Black and my favorote McClelland's Town Topic.

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    CAO Moontrance. Bourbon and vanilla = Yum

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    Captain Black in the White pouch.
    It's so sweet, I sweat smoking it.

    The pipe eases you into the present moment - savor your pipe & you'll savor this moment.
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    Welcome to both mobeasto123 and kalvort.

    I enjoy sweet tastes, but like kalvort, most aromatics leave me with a chemical taste that ruins the experience.
    This still leaves me with several choices, most of which are cavendish processed blends -- none of which would replace ice cream.

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    My usual blends tend to be latakias and orientals; however, for my sweet tooth I go to Rattray's Bagpiper's Dream and C&D's Gentleman Caller.

    Blowin' smoke since 1970.
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    Molto Dolce and Nordings Labrador

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    I had no idea about Captain Black. This may tempt me to open the pouch I've been avoiding, I mean
    saving. Could be good, as an after dinner thing. A deliciously understated sweet aromatic is Lane's
    LL-7, but it's not available everywhere. I think smokingpipes.com has some now, but I don't know how
    long it will last. It seems to be one of these blends that is sold now and then. I like it as well as Q-1,
    but I get the feeling that Forums folks don't share my enthusiasm. I'm a bit of an outlier all around,
    but maybe that's good.

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    For me, either Stokkebye Dansk Black or MacBaren 7 Seas Black. They're very similar to each other, but slightly different. Kind of like the difference between milk chocolate and dark chocolate.

    Either one is especially good if you use the DGT on them. I'll smoke about a quarter of the bowl and then let sit for a day ( or two). After that, the sweetness in either one becomes very pronounced.

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    Mine's Pipes & Cigars Hearth & Home Series: Manor Heights. Tastes like a good Manhattan with 2 cherries, straight up.

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    Georgetown Tobacco 1261 - I use it to top off bowls of FMC quite frequently, also mix it with other areos. But, it's good by itself too....yum yum burley.

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    MacBaren's Honey & Chocolate - like eating one of the "Alice's Restaurant" laced brownies! (Not that I would know what that's like :oops:)

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    Doesn't get nicer than The Malthouse for me.

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    Erinmore Flake or University Flake for me

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    That's easy:

    Paladin Black Cherry


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    Classic Burley Kake, Autumn Evening and Ennerdale Flake are my favorite sweet aros, although for the record I prefer a good heavy Balkan for "dessert"!

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    I don't do ice cream as a dessert, only as an occasional treat. Usually dessert is some sort of fruit. That being said, a dessert tobacco for me would either be G&H Top Black Cherry or Planta Anno MMVII ( bilberries, which taste a lot like blueberries )

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  19. judcole

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    I have dessert for dessert. Then I smoke a latakia blend that isn't sweet.

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    Molto Dolce and Nordings Labrador

    +1 on both of these blends dervis!!!!!

    As the commercial goes " I don't smoke many aro's, but when I do I smoke Molto Dolce and Labrador!"

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    I'm shocked no one has said Whitehall Blacktie! Very sweet!

    John
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    I'm a big +1 for Captain Black, both the Cherry and Royal. I'm liking all the suggestions here. I'll be sure to try some.

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    Dan's Blue Note. Delicious.

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    Molto Dolce

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    Half and Half is as sweet as I've gone, and its more nutty than sweet, but I love the taste and when I think of a dessert tobacco that I might indulge in any time during the day its that one.

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    Thanks guys for your suggestions, Have a lot to try to fill my sweet tooth.

    Also thanks to the admin who have corrected my title.

    David

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    1. Peterson's Connoisseur's Choice
    2. Peterson's Sunset Breeze

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    That's really easy! Boswells Christmass Cookie, tastes just like a sugar cookie.

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    Very rare for me to smoke an aro, but I do like Peterson's 2012 Christmas Blend and I will sometimes smoke some L1Q. So those are my only two sweet ones, and I sense neither of them is terribly sweet compared to some listed in this thread.

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    McClelland's Virginia Woods smells like cookies baking. Tastes good, too - sweet, not goopy. Nice aro if you're into that sort of thing...

    I find that a good straight VA, sipped slowly, provides a nice subtle sweetness.

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    If I understand correctly, the tobacco I smoke as an extra treat for myself, then Full VIrginia Flake

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    Milan's Butter Berry is real good. They also have "our' Captain Black. Tastes like Captain Black, but with higher quality tobacco and no goop. I think it is much better. Molto Dulce is good as is Boswell's Christmas Cookie. Hearth and Home's Vermont Meat Candy is another one for the sweet tooth. The problem with some of these is that the sweetness makes me want desert lol

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    MacBaren 7 Seas Black, Stokkebye Peaches & Cream or Golden Dansk, Lane 1Q or Hazelnut.

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    Sincerely I enjoy the sweet tastes

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    My favourite "sweet tooth" tobaccos are
    Da Vinci (a bit christmassy) & Holmer Knudsen (caramel & cream candy) by Dan Tobacco !

    Both keep their flavour for the entire bowl and cause no problems (sottering, tongue burn) whatsoever.

    Greetings

    Sebastian

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    Peterson University Flake is the sweetest I smoke, good stuff.

    Harris
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    +1 on UF

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    Hearth and Home Manor Heights. I find that after a good, filling dinner, a pipe full is like having a box of those chocolate covered cherries with the brandy liquid in the center. Yummmmm, gonna have to get myself another tin or two with the next order.

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    I just tried Sail Green pouch for the first time the other day, and that was pretty "sweet" at least in its room note. Autumn Evening, Boswells Christmas Cookie, Sutliffs Blue Danube, and MacBaren 7 Seas Royal all fit the bill quite nicely, and at first glance, the Brigadier Black blends are fairly sweet too though I need a few more smokes to really form an opinion of those. Oh, 1Q is good too.

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    + 1 for Dan's Da Vinci. My positive experience with that is going to lead me try Blue Note soon.

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    First one (among many I'm sure) that comes to mind - Uhle's Hunt Club

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    Boswells Raspberry Cream...mmmm mmm

    Death before Dishonor....Semper Fi.
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