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Sept.: Rattray's Hal O the Wynd

Each month we'll have some focused reviews on a particular blend.

In context of recommending to others, how would yourate this blend?

Highly Recommend
22
76%
Recommend
7
24%
Neutral
0
No votes
Discourage
0
No votes
Highly Discourage
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 29

Re: Sept.: Rattray's Hal O the Wynd

Postby Slickheadhunter » Sat Nov 05, 2011 6:42 pm

I have yet to try HOTW, everytime I try a virginia it bites me. So I lean towards burleys. The exception would be brown bogie,never even thinks of biting and is chuck full of nic.
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Re: Sept.: Rattray's Hal O the Wynd

Postby Wez » Sat Nov 05, 2011 6:53 pm

I got a sample of this and at first I thought it tasted almost soapy, I've smoked all the 25grams now and I love the stuff. 100grams will soon be on its way.
Sorry I can't give a more detailed review but I don't really know what subtle undertones and earthiness are ;)
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Re: Sept.: Rattray's Hal O the Wynd

Postby Sedgie » Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:10 pm

Am very new to this so forgive my strange descriptions...I like these big smokey ones... at first it was like toffee but without sugar in it, going into burnt coffee grounds and then a bit of peppery licorice later as well?? lol :mrgreen: I did have to let it go out though and have a rest as it's ever so strong :roll:
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