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Swiss Army Knife

Can't Leave
Jul 12, 2021
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North Carolina
It's being compared to Sutliff's Mocha Strips. More of an aromatic, and I've got plenty of Mocha Strips.

That's a lotta mocha! Also I had no idea it was made in Denmark, I thought Sutliff was a purely American affair.

As for Presby, I'm a huge sucker for the original and it's whole brand. Reformation is something I'd probably jump at but the $15 is making me hesitant for what is likely a fairly middle of the road aro. That said FOMO has gotten the better of me before so time will tell..
 
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hugodrax

Can't Leave
Jan 24, 2013
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Counter to my own stated intentions
I ordered a few tins of Presbyterian Reformation last night along with a pound of mocha strips.

Looking forward to trying both and comparing them.
Counter-Reformation would be a great name for a blend!

I'm seriously looking forward to hearing thoughts on this one. Mocha Strips sounds excellent.
 

LotusEater

Lifer
Apr 16, 2021
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Kansas City Missouri
Counter-Reformation would be a great name for a blend!

I'm seriously looking forward to hearing thoughts on this one. Mocha Strips sounds excellent.
I’ve been wanting to try Mocha strips for sometime now based on what @Chasing Embers has said here and in other threads ie coffee, raspberry and Lakeland flavor- This sounds like my kind of aromatic. I am also a Presbyterian devotee (the tobacco not the church) so Reformation interests me.
I just hope I like the topping of these blends as much as I think I might?