I smoked two bowls out of my MM Country Gentleman today. The blendq was Boswell's Berry Cobbler. The first bowl was packed too tightly as I had trouble keeping it lit. I also put the toby straight in. The second bowl was around two hours after the first and I let the Boswell's dry for about 45 minutes. I used kind of a two pinch method and hardly pushed in the tobacco at all. This bowl was a lot easier to keep lit. I still had to relight often but I managed to only heat m pipe up twice. I did have trouble smoking the bottom of the bowl and couldn't really get it lit back. Overall,I would say it was a pleasant experience. I didn't get the greatest taste but it was in o way bad. From a lot of the reviews I had read I was expecting Berry Cobbler to taste exactly like it smelled. And like I said, while it wasn't bad at all I didnt taste that sweet thick taste I was expecting. I assume the discerning of different tobacco tastes comes after a while? Will it take a while for the specific and unique tastes to stand out to me? Right now the bowls I smoked tasted a lot like a lighter type of cigar. I also have to say that 10 bucks for a Country Gentleman is a great deal. Very pleased with the cob.