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Cornell & Diehl: Captain Bob's Blend....................Caramel, Fruit / Citrus, Maple, Orange, Other / Misc, Vanilla, Walnut​

 

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EGR means Edgar G Robinson, a blend by Sutliff. It has a chocolatey topping on a nutty burley with just enough latakia to make it way more interesting than just a regular aromatic. Our resident comic book artist and tobacco reviewer extraordinaire, jiminks, was responsible for bringing this one back to the market after they discontinued it years ago.
It's worth a try.
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EGR means Edgar G Robinson, a blend by Sutliff. It has a chocolatey topping on a nutty burley with just enough latakia to make it way more interesting than just a regular aromatic. Our resident comic book artist and tobacco reviewer extraordinaire, jiminks, was responsible for bringing this one back to the market after they discontinued it years ago.
It's worth a try.
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Thanks for the clarification - I had a lazy streak going on
 

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EGR means Edgar G Robinson, a blend by Sutliff. It has a chocolatey topping on a nutty burley with just enough latakia to make it way more interesting than just a regular aromatic. Our resident comic book artist and tobacco reviewer extraordinaire, jiminks, was responsible for bringing this one back to the market after they discontinued it years ago.
It's worth a try.
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more of fruit brandy topping. Plum specifically. Good stuff.
Though Kramers blend for Cary Grant is a great English/Aromatic. Really kind of perfect. Both are favorites.
 
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Count Pulaski from Sutliff. Named after Casmir Pulaski...considered the "Father of the American Calvary." Good stuff; interesting change up from "traditional" latakia blends. You may want to check out Tobacco Reviews for a first-hand assessment on this and many other tobaccos available today. Always my first step when looking for something new, or when I'm trying to figure out what to try next.
 

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