Review: Cornell & Diehl Plantation Evening

Plantation Evening is marketed as a light blend of tobaccos, offering a middle-of-the-road English style blend. The name sounds as though it should be great to have on the porch some evening. So, this evening I will see how it lives up.

Plantation Evening

Company: Cornell & Diehl

How Packaged: Bulk

Style: English

Tobacco UsedLatakia, Oriental/Turkish, Perique, Virginia

Casing/Topping: None

Cut: Ribbon

Bowls Smoked: 2

Date Purchased/Obtained: 8/1/15

Storage Method: Mason Jar

Pipe(s) Used: Basic $40 pipe

Price Point: $3.25/oz

Purchased: Sample from another BOTL

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Tin/Jar Note: Smokey, molasses, deep sweetness and tobacco.

Visual: Mixture of dark and light tobaccos, cut into ribbons, but it's pretty broken up.

Flavors: I never picked up any really distinct flavors. Definitely had that true English style body, with lots of floral notes.

Smoking Experience: Starts off with tons of thick, white smoke. The flavors start out as soapy, from the floralness of the English blend, but that fades back quite a bit. After that, it's pretty one dimensional. Nothing spectacular, but it was smokable. I did have to light it quite often as well.

Tobacco Strength: Medium

Body: Medium

Room Note: Tolerable

Comparable Tobacco: Similar to Gawith, Hoggarth & Co. Consign Cut Plug, but not as intense.

Conclusion: Smokable, but nothing I would run for.

Rating: 2 Stars AKA "Only when it is Free" - Would smoke a bowl if it was free and had nothing else

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