If you’ve ever eaten Ambrosia, this stuff will remind you of it out of the tin. If you’re in the mood for a sweet smoke, whether for dessert or just to indulge your palate, this is a perfect treat. Even non-smokers in the room will enjoy it’s pleasant aroma, puff after sweet puff.
Brand: Mac Baren
Model: Black Ambrosia
Tobacco Type: Cavendish and Virginia
Blend Type: Aromatic
Strength: 2 of 5
Room Note: Pleasant
- 3.5 oz.
- 16 oz.
- Mac Baren
- Room Note:
Don't get me wrong, this didn't leave me much with a 'wow' factor. However, it's not bad. It's smooth,mild with flavor. You get more tobacco than you do with the flavor profiles. I'd say if you are a cigar smoker, or have smoked a cigar. Than you would enjoy this tobacco.
Only 1-2 bowls, so not too much to assess. I enjoy this but need more time to fully determine.
I was expecting this to be great, given the reviews. I guess satisfaction really is a function of expectations. Disappointed.
It can in a round metal container. It’s ok but I also got some lane limited q1 and this brand pales to it.
Thirty years a puffer-- mostly artisanal aromatic blends-- I was looking for something dependable, in tins, to put by (with the world going nuts, shipping uncertainties and random product recalls every day) when I stumbled on this-- ordered with a shipment of good old Navy Flake. Oh! My! Smells like fruitcake in the tin. I didn't even dry it (just smoked it slow in a thick-walled bulldog.) It stayed lit with moderate tamping. Tongue was drinking light fig and lemon, rich port and raisin, without being cloying or biting. The black Cavendish balanced the light Virginia to perfection. Fell in love with fire and smoke all over again. I'll keep my palette exercised, but I think this is the one. Due to bad weather recently, I smoked in the house for the first time in a long while-- even my Lady liked it.
I like more sweetest.
Without a doubt my favorite aromatic.
This is a very smooth smoke with no bite and good flavor, this one I will get again for late nights. and workdays. Smoking some now as I write this.