As the name suggests, Peterson Sweet Killarney is a full-tasting and very sweet aromatic. This tobacco should be smoked slowly and is best enjoyed by someone who appreciates a caramel cream melting on your tongue--both the smell and the taste will remind you of eating that milky brown candy.
Brand: Peterson Tobacco
Model: Sweet Killarney
Tobacco Type: Maryland Black Cavendish & Virginia Burley
Blend Type: Aromatic
Strength: 2 of 5
Room Note: Pleasant
Flavoring: Cream Caramel
Amount: 1.76 oz. / 50 g.
- Black Cavendish
- Room Note:
Really nice smoke. Light sweetness sip and enjoy.
One of the better tasting tobaccos I've ever had the pleasure of smoking. Very smooth. Added this to my special occasion list to smoke!!
Perfect for those who want something not too sweet but not too strong. The caramel aroma is just perfect in giving a smooth, tasty smoke. Smells as good as it tastes. The caramel may get boring to some after a while and I would not recommend this as an everyday smoke. Makes for a nice morning smoke with a cup of coffee.
Very sweet Creamy Caramel, as with a lot of these Peterson blends, it smokes smooth until you freight train puff it then it will bite you. According to my wife, the room note on this is very nice.
This is a fine sweet tasting nice smelling aromatic. It burns without bite and has a nice tobacco flavor even with the caramel topping. I enjoy it and would recommend it to aromatic smokers first and foremost and even if you aren’t an aromatic smoker, it is still quite enjoyable on the occasion
I tried this tobacco because I saw the review on Muttnchop Piper video I love the taste, and I'll be ordering more.
Perfect Taste! If you like sweet aromatic tobacco you must get this one!
It is a decent smoke. The tin note is caramel. The smoke is a light sweet caramel. Just an average blend for me. This one tin will last a long time since it's average, I will only be smoking it on occasion.
This tobacco was excellent! Smokes cool and rich with notes of walnut, and vanilla, with that peppery bite on the end of the flavor profile. Folks don't mind the odor either. Just sayin'...