Corn Cob Charlie sent me a generous sample of SG Chocolate Flake (I'll have the Bullseye sent out tomorrow...promise!), and I wanted to jot down a few thoughts about it. Thank you for the sample, Triple C. This is the first chocolate tobacco I've ever tried, so I have nothing to compare it to. I feel that since this is my first chocolate tobacco, however, I remained somewhat unbiased during the smoke. Charlie sent me two really long flakes of the stuff, and one flake was plenty for a bowl-full. I broke it into thirds, and folded and stuffed each third into my pipe. I'll say it now, this tobacco is very wet. I've never felt a non-drugstore aromatic (if that is how you classify this tobacco) as wet as this, and consequently, it was a bit hard to light, though once it got going, it refused to stop. My first few puffs were a little disappointing, as I couldn't really taste any chocolate, and I couldn't taste much tobacco either. A few minutes later, that all changed. About three minutes into the bowl, this tobacco really started to sing for me. I began to taste hints of dark chocolate, melded with quality tobacco. Is there really a better combination? After smoking this, I think not. The more and more I smoked, the better and better it tasted. The flavor lasted the whole bowl. I think I could commit to buying a good sized portion of this, cellaring some and smoking the rest. I did find it odd that I experienced somewhat of a reverse 'aromatic effect', being that instead of the flavor being strong at the beginning of the bowl and weak at the end, it was the exact opposite, and honestly, that's not even enough to knock any points off of this tobacco. The only downside I saw was what I stated earlier - this tobacco is very wet. Those who puff too fast may get a little gurgley, and this tobacco may bite some pretty easily. The bottom line, though, is those looking for a solid chocolate tobacco should try this one. It will not disappoint. I think the mixture of chocolate and tobacco is great. I'll be ordering some of this ASAP. Thank you again, Charlie, for the sample.