A slightly sweeter cross blend?

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crazyhog

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Hi, looking for a slightly sweet crossblend. Something slightly sweeter than Frog Morton On the Town. Any recommendations? Thanks

 

anthonyrosenthal74

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Kramer's Blend for Cary Grant has some nice sweetness to it. I've actually not tried FMOTT, so I can't compare.

 

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crazyhog

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I would consider Frog Morton to be a Cross Blend between an Aro and English. Looking for something less smokey in flavor than FMOTT. I also found Boswells Northwoods to be very smokey, no sweetness at all.

 

agnosticpipe

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Go to Just For Him online and get some Shortcut to Mushrooms or Whiskey Biscuit Gravy. These are two of my favorite crossover blends.

 

skraps

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Go to Just For Him online and get some Shortcut to Mushrooms or Whiskey Biscuit Gravy. These are two of my favorite crossover blends.
I second the recommendation for Shortcut. I had not heard about Whiskey Biscuit Gravy until now... dammit, another one on the list.

 

deathmetal

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I would consider Frog Morton to be a Cross Blend between an Aro and English.
Gotcha. So any hybrid of two different types, but you seem to be looking for "sweet" + "English blend."

 

mso489

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Maybe not what you're looking for, but 'tango recently sent me Peretti's Thanksgiving Dinner, faintly sweet and tobacco forward, a seasonal tobacco probably not available until fall. I like a tobacco-forward aro in rotation with my various non-aro blends, to set off the non-aros when they come around.

 

crazyhog

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Gotcha. So any hybrid of two different types, but you seem to be looking for "sweet" + "English blend."
Exactly, a sweet English blend. If there us such a thing. I will be experimenting quite a few now. :) THANKS!

 
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