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Sutliff Private Stock Dark & Silky Pipe Tobacco

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Brand: Sutliff

Model: Dark & Silky

Tobacco Type: Black Cavendish 

Cut: Ribbon

Blend Type: Aromatic

Strength: 1 of 5

Taste: Mild

Room Note: Very Pleasant

Flavoring: Cocoa / Chocolate

Amount: 1.5 oz.

Country: USA

Dark & Silky
Black Cavendish
Room Note:

4 Reviews

  • 5
    Great aroma right out of the can.

    Posted by Gary Hahn on 24th Dec 2023

    Great room aroma, "The Boss" granted me a 5+ on the first light. Very tasty and good burn time.

  • 1
    Sutliff Dark and Silky

    Posted by PTB on 24th May 2023

    I be am a very light smoker and tend towards aromatics. When I was in Boston, I picked up a sample of LJ Peretti chocolate cavendish, liked it and thought I would try another chocolate aromatic. Very big mistake. To call this tobacco revolting would be an understatement. Upon opening the container the room filled with a sickening overwhelming odor of very sweet chocolate. Consider death by chocolate to the tenth power. I moved the tobacco to another container and ruined the container because nothing I did, including using bleach and sessions in the fish washer could get the smell of chocolate out of the container. After one smoke which was pretty awful, I threw the stuff away. I C have been smoking a pipe, on and off, for over 50 years. This is the worst stuff I have ever tried. I’ll be going back to Peretti for my chocolate tobacco fix. Feel sorry for the land fill this stuff landed up in.

  • 4
    Nice Smoke but moist

    Posted by Michael Jennings on 12th Mar 2023

    Nice smoke. I was hoping for more from the other reviews. It had to be dried out before smoking.

  • 3
    They can't all be the best, but that doesn't mean they're not damned good.

    Posted by DONALD THOMPSON on 6th Aug 2022

    If you're in the market for a rich, chocolaty, brownie-like aromatic tobacco, do yourself a favor and start with Sutliff's new Dark & Silky. There are lots of chocolate flavored tobaccos on the market ranging from good old fashioned Burley blends to gooey aromatics doused in sticky sweet liqueur. Dark & Silky is definitely in the later. It is what it looks like, and that's not a bad thing if that's what you're looking for. In all honesty, I found it hard to focus on Dark & Silky's qualities and give it a fair assessment because when it came out, I was on the end stretch of smoking a half pound of C'est La Vie: Chocolate Eclair which I had ranked among my favorite new aromatics. I had hoped that D&S would be a Sutliff tinned version. Not that there's anything wrong with pouches, but being a part of the Private Stock line, I had the highest of hopes for this new blend. Both are chunky cuts, somewhat wet (though not totally saturated), and smell like the finest “fresh baked brownies” (Mrs. Smokebacca's detection). The mechanics of both blends are what you'd expect if you're accustomed to American aromatics. It isn't too difficult to keep them going for a long smoke once you've managed to light them. Sadly, where D&S fell short (for me) was in the flavor department. Not short as in not-worth-a-try, but short by comparison to Chocolate Eclair. Unfair, I know, and that's why I've tried to mentally separate the two as best I can. But, where D&S has a familiar flavored Black Cavendish taste not nearly as chocolaty as it's tin note, Chocolate Eclair delivered on it's promise of tasting like death-by-chocolate cake! I wanted to review Dark & Silky because I DO think it's a good blend that stands on its own merits in spite of my mental block. Apparently, it has a wonderful room note for which I got plenty of compliments. I'd suggest buying some of each and judging for yourself. Tastes are so subjective and you may enjoy Dark & Silky more. Some smokers may not even detect a difference between them? I gave Dark & Silky three stars because I do feel it is above average. They can't all be the best, but that doesn't mean they're not damned good.