I believe he's referring to the bag of red Virginia that aged for three years and referenced to above.While I admire your brevity, I'm not quite sure what "it" is that is good, in what way has the good "it" been altered, or how you are using / enjoying the good "it".
There's a real war going on out there for acquiring US grown Flue Cured tobacco. Luckily, I've developed a reputation for demanding the highest quality tobacco available, so when that type of tobacco becomes available, I'm one of the first to know about it and I always step up to the plate to make the best deal for my customers. Believe it or not, I've already begun negotiations for next years crop.I've never tasted what I would call chocolate from aged Red Virginia, but I have definitely tasted "damn good". If Don can get any flue-cured Virginia out of this year of hardships for growers, that will be really something.