A light-hearted dance of whisky and hazelnut flavoring join together in Cornell & Diehl's Nutty Irishman. This Burley tobacco isn't full of complexity, but it is a perfectly pleasing Aromatic for a dessert smoke with a glass of hazelnut liquor for sipping on the side.
Brand: Cornell & Diehl
Model: Nutty Irishman
Tobacco Type: Burley
Blend Type: Aromatic
Strength: 2 of 5
Room Note: Pleasant
Flavoring: Hazelnut, Frangelico, Honeyed & Irish Mist
- 2 oz. Tin
- 8 oz. Tin
- 1 oz. Bulk
- 2 oz. Bulk
- 4 oz. Bulk
- 8 oz. Bulk
- 16 oz. Bulk
- 5 lbs. Bulk
- Cornell & Diehl
- Room Note:
- Irish Mist
This is my all-day summer blend. I smokes well, tases well, and does not give me tongue bite unless I smoke a bunch of bowls in a day. It is not goopy, very enjoyable!!
This is an amazing blend! I found it to be a smooth, rich, slow burning tobacco that (depending on your smoking style) does not require a lot of relights. The nutty back note is very nice. This has become one of my favorites.
Had a great room note, but to me, it was just ok.wasn't my favorite.tobacco flavor just wasn't for me but, then again I like English blends.
Good full body. Very flavorful no bite.
First time trying this blend, not bad, good taste, smooth taste.
To me, it smells like a nutty butterscotch. Smells very good and smokes excellent. It's great in a cob or briar pipe. I have been sharing this with my pipe smoking friends. Just received my order of 16oz. Might go pretty quick.
This blend is really very, very good! I mean it. The tin note is slightly sweet, and what I notice most is the whiskey scent. The tobacco is slightly moist and springy, but not goopy wet. The smoke this mixture produces is mildly sweet. The whiskey flavor is certainly there, but now the hazelnut comes through along with something else... maybe the Frangelica? Whatever the case, these flavors combine very well in this blend. Very smooth, satisfying smoke. Great after-dinner smoke, but you could smoke it all day, if you like. The saints are truly preserved here! Gives a new meaning to "nutty Irishman"!