[Sca-cooks] Semi-topical query re one of The Hundred: Cigars

tudorpot at gmail.com tudorpot at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 08:16:35 PDT 2008

I don't know. Looked it up and found this--

"As much as enjoy the intensity of the taste in Erinmore Flake, I  
find the lighter flavour of this version equally appealing and  
certainly more refreshing. The expected flavour is there - something  
that resembles a unified blend of pineapple and liquorice - but the  
taste of the sweet Virginia tobacco comes through quite well too,  
more so than in the flake version if I remember correctly.

ool smoking, black Cavendish is combined with naturally sweetened  
bright Virginia tobaccos to produce the unique rich flavor and  
distinctive aroma of -Matured in giant steel presses under heat and  
pressure for 3 days and cut into flakes or slices. Good, rich flavor,  
distinctive aroma."


On Sep 9, 2008, at 1:55 AM, Stefan li Rous wrote:

> Is the tobacco for these grown in Ireland?  I wouldn't have thought  
> tobacco would grow there. I thought it required a more southerly  
> climate.

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