I've smoked a couple of tins of Solani Aged Burley Flake now. I originally purchased it at the request of several PSFers, and have purchased some other Burley toby recently as well. One is Wessex Burley Slice, which I just opened today. The tin is exactly the same as the Solani ABF tin except for the sticker. Even the paper liner has the same artwork. I sniffed, and found a similar tangy smell to ABF. I smoked a bowl of ABF yesterday, but it was the last flake, and was fairly dry. The Wessex BS is a fresh tin and fairly moist, so the flavor profile is a tad different, but it still reminded me of ABF when IT was new. Is there a difference? Are they made by the same tobacco company in Germany? BTW, I did like the Wessex. It had a great, smooth flavor just like ABF. Now I'm curious.