The aroma hardly changes, and the sidestream smoke from the bowl remains sweet and nutty - if I had an Oom-Paul, I'd reserve it for this.
Denoument: The end is approaching and there is still no sign of sour, bitter or ashy taste.
Exposition: As the bowl burns on it increases in strength and the flavor becomes slightly more unified.
The neat thing is that what it unifies /into/ seems to change with my moods and which pipe I smoke it in.
"The last two fixtures against Ireland in 20 have produced some great rugby and close results.
Dunhill's My Mixture 965 is for the connoisseurs of full bodied tobacco.
I don't know about that, but between the Latakia and Orientals in it I can sniff my jar for a while before I get around to lighting up.
Taking my time, though, produces just enough warmth and moisture to bring out the flavor and my pipe never gets more than warm to the touch. The room aroma is heavy and natural and seems unwanted my most non-smokers indoors.
A few puffs and a light tamp later a re-light tames the sweetness even more and the smoke becomes reminiscent of burning autumn leaves (which I miss sorely since the Environmental Protection Agency banned the practice) and distant fireplaces in a cool autumn evening.
This is a mixture that is medium in strength and definately FULL of flavor.
Bristol centre Siale Piutau captained Tonga this summer when a 30-26 win against Samoa ultimately secured their place in Pool C of the 2019 World Cup.
They are coached by Toutai Kefu, the former Australia No.8 who appeared for the Barbarians against England in 2006.