Yeah! I have these ingredients in stock, I'll give it a try! Thanks.I felt inclined to share this one. It’s a blend I’d like to take on a spring fishing trip because it is downright pleasant and fun to smoke. It’s super simple because thats how my blending has to be right now.
75% Oriental (used WLT Prilep)
25% Ligero Cigar (used WLT Nicaraguan Habano Ligero)
After smoking a bowl of the Prilep, it was nice— but lacked vigour and nicotine. China had told me that cigar leaf tends to round out flavours for him. So, thought I’d try an “OrGar”. It’s simple and good—like a day on the water should be.
I brought the leaf into case just enough to rough chop and did just that. I shook the ingredients and allowed them to marry a couple days.
The smoke is really smooth and has a certain luxury to it. Smelling the bowl as it burns is intoxicating to me. There’s no nose burn and the blend is very easy on the tongue. The Orientals are accentuated here and the Prilep loses alot of it’s earthiness while surrendering to a more floral bouquet (than when smoked alone). I also found it much sweeter than when smoked solo. To me, the blend isn’t funky or rank from the Ligero. The cigar leaf seems to give a peppery aspect and is there just playing the cello—very well. Also, the Nicaraguan brings the perfect amount of Nic to the blend.
I plan to press some of this in a larger quantity to really see what it really has to offer.
All suggestions are welcomed!
If I were to suggest a name, it would be Shellcracker Blend.
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