Sometimes a name tells the whole story. Vanilla Custard is a creamy tobacco that tastes are reminiscent of an old tyme ice cream parlor. A mix of numerous Cavendish tobaccos topped with Vanilla meant to soothe anyone who is privileged with a bowl. Fantastic flavors with a room note to match! Sutliff Vanilla Custard is perfect on its own and will aid any blend if one were to choose to blend something personal.
Model: Z92 Vanilla Custard Cream
Tobacco Type: Black Cavendish, Burley, Virginia
Blend Type: Aromatic
Strength: 2 of 5
Room Note: Very Pleasant
Flavoring: Cream, Vanilla
Amount: 1.5 oz. / 8 oz. / 16 oz.
Wow...was pleasantly surprised, best vanilla mix I ever tried and I have tried quite a few. Smokes very well for being so moist, didn’t even let it dry out. Lots of creamy, billowy smoke that is very pleasant in the nasal cavity as well as on your taste buds. Most aromatics only smell nice to the surrounding crowd without giving the smoker any real taste or smell. I definitely see a re-order coming soon! Thanks Tobaccopipes !
Very smooth and aromatic, one of my favorites*****
Great taste .... very smooth .... already ordering more.
Smoke this tobacco for a long time . Great to find a website that sells it as the other company customer service left much to be desired.
While I hate the name, I love the flavor.
I wanted something sweet(er than creme brulee) to have with a cup of java after an earthy meal, and this fills the ticket. Amazing flavor level, great room note. It's very moist though, so dry it accordingly unless you don't care about goop or gurgling.
Great vanilla taste and excellent room note.
Not much to say other than this is easily the best tobacco I have ever smoked. Do yourself a favor and pick some of this up. It lights easily, tastes incredible, stays consistent throughout the whole bowl, and is a perfect finisher to a cool spring evening. Or morning. Or afternoon. I'd smoke this all day if I could.
It’s got a kick you in the stomach vanilla cream smell to it out of the pouch. It comes pretty wet too. After drying it out a bit it mellowed out. Decent room note. Mixed with some lane very cherry and that was the ticket.