I got off work early today, came home, and checked the mail. There it was, the tin of Peterson's University Flake. I popped it open and was met with a wonderful blueberry tin note. (T/R indicates that it is plum, but it smells like blueberries to me, and has a ever so slight blueberry taste as well). The flakes are long and wide, and are just slightly lighter in color than Erinmore flakes. The UF flakes were not overly moist, they rubbed-out quite nicely, and were easy to light. Keeping then lighted, however, is proving to be a trick. However, I'm thinking that this is merely an issue of coming to understand this flake. Smoked at the pace the I normally smoke Erinmore, which I do sip, I think this is just a "meh" toby. However, when sipped very slowly this is turning out to be a really nice, mello smoke with a very full and rich flavor and I figure the trick to really getting this flake is to find the right cadence. I've read on T/R that Peterson tobies are "love or hate" type smokes. I don't think this fair to either the toby or the smoker, since it's been my experience with Peterson blends that they take several bowls before I truly appreciate them. Kind of like old Dodge engines - they might not come on strong right off the line, but once they kick in they're real rockets. So it's proving to be with UF. Now that I've hit the half-way point on this bowl, smoking it in a MM bent Gentleman, this is a very nice smoke - but the Vitamin N content is giving me a helluva buzz! This is my first bowl so I'm not going to jump to conclusions yet, but it appears that this is going to be one of my favorites.