I woke up way early this morning, and couldn't get back to sleep. So, I made a pot of coffee and decided to smoke a pipe. I went for the corncob and loaded it up with Peter Stokkebye Natural #1 (PSN1). I had originally bought the PSN1 to develop my palate so I could learn to distinguish a Virginia from a Burly, and to be able to associate a flavor with the Virginia. For this it worked well - I associate Virginia with wheat bread - but other than that I didn't really think it was anything special. Besides associating Virginia with wheat bread, I thought the PSN1 had a hint of baker's sugar and it left a very pleasant room note: light and generically sweet that is kinda sorta akin to baker's sugar. It also has a mild bite. I tried it in four of my pipes (including the corncob I smoked this morning), but at best I thought it might make a good alternate for my everyday smoke, maybe as a break from Prince Albert (PA). Really, I had planned to just smoke it up, and probably not buy it again unless I could figure how to use it as a base tobacco in a blend of my own that I might be able to concoct. However, this morning, in my MM Legend corncob with nothing on the palate but medium-strength black coffee, it was very nice. I'd like to say great, but right now my only other experience is PA - and it sure trumps PA as a morning smoke. I'd always heard about a "morning smoke," and came across numerous references on this forum, but I never got it until this morning. This morning, with nothing but the black coffee on the palate, it lost the taste of the baker's sugar but it also lost the bite. However, the wheat bread taste was wonderfully enhanced and I can still detect the baker's sugar in the room note. I can't say you guys made my toby taste any better, but y'all sure helped me learn to taste what I'm smoking, to critically assess it, and truly appreciate it. Right now, PSN1 is going to be my morning toby.