I don't believe Sutliff expected that it would be. The purpose was to create a blending base that would offer a similar flavoring component when combined with other tobaccos. I like the Sutliff product on its own, but it's not 5100. Then again, I like 5100 as a base, but not as a straight smoke.If you guys want to continue
arguingdebating, I'll gladly switch sides. As long as I don't have to say that the Sutliff stuff is anywhere near McClelland level of goodness... ha ha!