So I picked up a tin of this recently because of the Va/Per/Bur ingredient list on the label, and didn't really notice the "fragrance" bit in the description. I don't have anything against aro's, and if I'm going for one I like one with some nic and solid tobacco flavor to back it up. I think Grey Havens hits this on the head. A cool smooth smoke with a great room note, this blend fills a niche that I'm always looking to find new tobaccos for, real flavor and nic for me, with a pleasant room note for others. Until now MacB vanilla flake has been my go to in this area, but I think Grey Havens has just passed it in my book. I am a perique freak, and not a huge burley guy, but the burley just works in this blend with the perique there for a little backbone. I have noticed something a little odd about this blend though; when smoked in a smaller briar, the aromatic component is almost imperceptible, however in a meer it's like plums and dark grapes almost take the forefront. This is my first experience with a huge change in flavor profile over different pipes, and is quite nice! Overall this is a great blend that I think anyone should try, aro folks looking to stray a little, or non-aro folks wanting to stick a toe in the water. It smokes cool and burns perfectly at tin moisture, so I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to a newer smoker either!