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There is also something vaugly smoky in there, and that may or may not be Latakia. The tin note doesn't really translate to room note, because the room note is just a light tobacco aroma. Call it cigarette-like if you care to, but to me (and my wife) it's just a pleasant tobacco aroma.This is not a blend to smoke if you're looking for some sort of deep experience from your pipe, or you want to play with a broad palate of nuanced flavors. I approached her; didnt say a word and just took her hand and left with her, leaving the officer to shove it.But don't be put off my the "morning" conotation to it, because it is enjoyable thought the rest of the day as well - when all you want is just a nice bowl of tobacco to enjoy on your smoke break, lunch hour, or just doing nothing but enjoying a pipe. So gorgeous, she was with her sexy Vietnamese hips and supple behind. Early Morning Pipe felt like that special morning in Saigon.This tobacco was good so good, that it reminded me of a time long ago.... As others noted - and as the name implies - this is an aptly named tobacco.I sure wouldn't mind being around someone who was smoking it, though! I haven't a clue as to why people that are new to pipe smoking are always told to start with an aromatic.Dunhill latakia blends have a certain pungent tin note that Orlik has maintained, but this one is all aroma, little flavor IMHO. It seems to be more of a medium blend, but harsher than most other Dunhill? There is nice complexiy from the condiments, but the sharp edge keeps me from enjoying it. I've tried and smoked at least a 1/2 a dozen aromatics and always found them lacking something.I looked up the date that it was first introduced to the market, and near as I can tell it was first introducted in 1912. I think that it's been so popular for so long because of its simplicity. There may or may not be some Latakia in there, but if it is it is only in trace amounts.Ever wonder how a blend remains a top seller for over 100 years? The color is a pleasing blend of brown and tan tobaccos, and the tin note has a nice Oriental sweetness to it.
This blend has been around forever, and has been enjoyed by many generations of pipe smokers.Pipe Used: MM Country Gentleman Age When Smoked: New Purchased From: Pipes and Cigars in Bulk Similar Blends: Mc Clellands AM Pipe - Kind of, but more of a tribute blend.. This is my favorite Dunhill, and Dunhill's only Latakia blend that I like.It was one of my first tobaccos, and has stood the test of time magnificently.This is a blend to smoke if you just want to mindlessly enjoy a bowl of tobacco while reading or just bumming around the house. No need for fancy packing techniques, no need for constant relights, and no need to concentrate on it to try to pick out it's sublte hues. I led her off to a small hotel room where we made love with out even speaking.True to it's name, it is jut awesome in the early morning hours when you have nothing to contend with but peace and quiet - and a good mug of coffee. I'm of that generation that was brought up to believe that Dunhill tobaccos are the pinacle of pipe tobaccos. We made love many times before the morning of the next day came, i wish I could remember the number, but I lost track after 30. As she is there sleeping I got up to watch the sun rise over beautiful Saigon, with a gentle mist sweeping the rooftops that morning and I smoked a fat stogie in honor of my recent accomplishments.