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BloodWood

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@BloodWood are y’all looking for a tobacco forward cherry? Or a cherry bomb?
Not y'all, just the wife.
She'd say cherry bomb, though I'm trying to wean her off of those sticky sweat aros (read: Boswell).
Jen's got a few cherry forward baccies in her cellar.
Just looking for some casual feedback from Josh.
 
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Not y'all, just the wife.
She'd say cherry bomb, though I'm trying to wean her off of those sticky sweat aros (read: Boswell).
Jen's got a few cherry forward baccies in her cellar.
Just looking for some casual feedback from Josh.
Gotcha! I don’t smoke a whole lot of aro’s so I might not have the best perspective but a couple that I’ll smoke occasionally are Gatling-Burlier Cherokee Cherry and Hiland’s Pete’s Moss. Theses are both tobacco forward blends that won’t cause diabetic shock.
 

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Medicinal taste?
Unfortunately, I completely agree that representation. Guess some labs haven't perfected that refined cherry flavor crossover.
I'll ask her to read your reply.
Thank you.
Like a cherry cough syrup.
Your quite welcome sir. Hope it helped.


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@BloodWood are y’all looking for a tobacco forward cherry? Or a cherry bomb?
I just circle the cherry offerings once or twice a year and thus far Great Dane from Missouri meerschaum is the best I’ve had. Good balance of tobacco with a omeasenet cherry flavor and aroma that doesn’t over power the tobacco which is quite good imo.


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Not y'all, just the wife.
She'd say cherry bomb, though I'm trying to wean her off of those sticky sweat aros (read: Boswell).
Jen's got a few cherry forward baccies in her cellar.
Just looking for some casual feedback from Josh.
Great Dane from Missouri meerschaum is a good one. Balances the cherry with the tobacco quite well.
Most of the arid I have tried we’re crazy over the top blends. Blackberry brandy from new monster is another aro but still let’s the tobacco come through.


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