So yeah.. finally got hold of some. Been reading about it for months on end, ripping hair out of my head etc because i can't get hold of any.. now i do. I love you Yinyang So.. on to my thoughts.. My expectation for this blend were about as high as they can get. Been reading endless posts praising more or less every aspect of it and well.. i wont say it lived up to every expectation, but this is a very good tobacco. Very good indeed. As i am still on my first bowl while writing this it wont be a review.. just a few initial thoughts. - It is mild. Very pleasantly so. It is in no way overpowering. Just a pleasant smoke. - Second thing that strikes me is that is a balanced english. The latakia is definitely present, but it does not overpower the other flavours like it does in some blends. Upon further smoking i should be able to enjoy all the flavours here in equal amounts - It is not too sweet. One issue i've had with other light englishes in this kinda flavour range is that they are a bit overly sugary or fruity. This isn't. - It is a bit flowery? Not sure about this taste.. it has a definite sortof flowery note to it where others would be fruity. Not in an intrusive way.. it seems to fit right in and provides the necessary sweetness. Thats it for now i think. My first drunken musings on a tobacco that has become almost legendary on the forums EDIT: I should emntion that the tin Yinyang most generously put up for trade, has been, if my detective skills are honed correctly, stored for about 14 months. I deduced this from the permanent marker on the back of the tin saying 4/10. Sherlock ain't got **** on me. Wether this has made it unusually delicious or not i will leave to you.