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There are more complex blends, but this does give a nice variety of flavors.Some complain it's a weak sister English, and apparently miss the point that it's supposed to be an easy going morning smoke. I have to say I prefer the Murray's version to this -which was much richer in flavor - so I can only give this two and a half stars, whereas the earlier one gets three to three and a half.

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I looked up the date that it was first introduced to the market, and near as I can tell it was first introducted in 1912. I think that it's been so popular for so long because of its simplicity. There may or may not be some Latakia in there, but if it is it is only in trace amounts.

Ever wonder how a blend remains a top seller for over 100 years? The color is a pleasing blend of brown and tan tobaccos, and the tin note has a nice Oriental sweetness to it.

It's strong enough to get you going early in the day without you wanting to nap first!

It can be an occasional through the day smoke, but not really an all day one, though I have been known to have done that.

Sweet Oriental carefully blended with bright and red Virginias, pressed and lightly stoved.

Great as the "first pipe" arousing the palate for the further pleasures of the day.There's nothing really wrong with them but there's not much to recommend them, either. There is a fairly good Latakia and urkish presence. The next day I ordered a full pound, and threw out most of the aromatics I had.This one appears an afterthought - as though they decided they simply HAD to offset the heaviness of Nightcap (another uninspiring blend) with something wimpy and bland. They say you never forget your first love, and I think this will have to be mine.(in regards to tobacco that is) There's always have a place for EMP in my cellar. Very well-integrated Oriental tobaccos with a restrained Latakia element.It's a little sweeter than some of the other Dunhill English blends, which I find nice for a change from the heavier mixtures.The Cyprian latakia is smoky with wood and sweet notes, but is a little subdued.The dry, slightly sour and sweetly woody Turkish/Orientals are noticeable without being overwhelming, and the Virginias are choice cuts: the red is a little tangy and dark fruit sweet with a hint of earth, while the lemon adds a slight citrus flavor and grass.

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