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HH Vintage Syrian

HH Vintage Syrian

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3.5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$20.50

3.5 out of 5

Mac Baren’s HH Vintage Syrian is a remarkable blend of Syrian Latakia and spicy Turkish Oriental tobaccos. The blend is then expertly sweetened with quality Virginias. Finally, a bit of dark-fired Kentucky is added which adds exceptional depth to this rich tobacco.


Strength Medium
Flavor Moderate
Room Note Tolerable

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SKU: T-MAC-HVS-100 Categories: , Tag:
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Additional Information

Weight 6.6 oz
Dimensions 4.5 x 4.5 x 1.25 in
Quantity

100 grams

Contents

Virginia, Oriental, Kentucky, Latakia

Cut

Coarse Cut

Style

Latakia

Flavoring

N/A

Strength

Medium

Flavor

Moderate

Room Note

Tolerable

Reviews(2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Although this blend reportedly has one of the highest levels of Syrian Lat, it’s different from most of the Lat blends I’ve tried. MacBaren throws a lot into this one, and two of the other components — Virginias and Turkish — shout for attention while the KY is relatively subdued. It packed beautifully but did require two relights. Out of the gate, it tasted and smelled of burnt rubber, but that subsided quickly. Room note was nice, cocoa and spice through the first half of the bowl, then burnt cedar, incense. Didn’t get that rich, soft, bluish Lat smoke until about halfway through, but once I did, it was enjoyable. However, the Turkish kept jumping to the front of the line, and the experience alternated between a nice, mellow Syrian/KY blend and something more akin to a cigarette (albeit a quality one). No tongue bite, and other than the relights, it combusted nice and evenly.

    Agree with Howulikeit that there is a LOT going on with this one. Am going to age my tin and see how that develops.

  2. 3 out of 5

    Usually I’m a fan of complex blends, but this one has so much going on I have trouble enjoying specific parts of it without those parts being overwhelmed by other flavors. That said, you certainly won’t get bored with this one.

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