Smoke it until either you give up on it or acquire a taste for it. It's one of my favorites, but realize that not everyone can like everything. Curious, why would you really like to like something that you don't like?
Try a tall narrow bowl, as soon as I tried 1792 in a pipe like that, which is the best shape for flakes apparently, I really picked up the tonquin bean. It's a very bitter smoke, almost like grapefruit or a strong IPA. When I was smoking it in a meer before trying it in a tall narrow pipe it just tasted like a strong kind of harsh cigar like tobacco.
Curious, why would you really like to like something that you don't like?
I love the flavor, strength, and room note. - Although, another member's wife described the aroma "Hot garbage" which still makes me smile every time I smoke some - so others assessment of room note may be different.
If you are still relatively new to smoking, or new to this genre of blends, then you might want to give it some time. I've found that a lot of times my first try in a genre will not go over well with me. I didn't particularly like Irish Flake (first non-aro) and I disliked the latakia in my first English blend (Frog Morton's Cellar). After giving it a little time though, I developed a real love for these genres.
Now that I'm familiar with a lot of the different styles of tobacco, my first impressions tend to be a little more accurate, though.
I love 1792.
I've often found that if I just set an underwhelming blend aside for a while, I'll often come back to it and enjoy it. But that's not always the case... some blends I simply find boring and I don't force myself to like them, and don't reorder.