I like a range of tobaccos from aromatics, to English to Virginias, and yes, now even Burley. I tried something new this past weekend, and I'm not sure what to think of it. I cracked open a McClelland's Blackwoods Flake and thought the tin smell was pretty nice. I pulled a bowl out and let it air out for about 30 minutes on my table. I packed my MM Diplomat and lit er up. I was pretty surprised at how strong the flavor was. It reminded me vaguely of McClelland's Cajun Special that I smoke regularly. CS is a little smoother and has some softer tones mixed in with the spicy, whereas the BWF hit me full on with strong, spicy flavor. I smoked only one bowl, and am not sure if I should give it another try, or let it sit for a few months before giving it another try. I've seen BWF mentioned many times on this site, so I know there are a lot of you that like it. What do you usually do? Age it? If so, for how long? Also, how do you usually pack it? I love the Cajun Special, which has a lot of the same components. Just don't know what to think of this BWF yet.