I look at Blends and I see Cavendish and Burley. Cavendish and Virginia. Light Cavendish, Dark Cavandish and ... . Per wikipedia Cavendish can be burley or virginia. The tobacco is heat treated with fire or steam and then put under heavy pressure to bring out the sugars. Some Cavandish may also have flavorings or toppings. With that in mind a Cavandish Virginia blend could be ALL virginia if the cavandish was made from virginia. I need to ask, is cavandish such a major modification to tobacco that if comprised of all burley it won't be called burley anymore? Its called cavendish? Cavandish became a leaf in and of itself?? Could I then surmise cavandish could taste like almost anything if it still retains any taste of its original leaf? I hope I worded this right. Knowing what a blend is, could mean little in its taste. Something that simply states "dark cavandish" could taste like anything so it means nothing except we expect some sweet. Do I got this right?