After a mention of Pipesandcigars' "Revelation" match was made in one of these here threads, I got some and thought it maybe had some interesting ideas that it didn't quite follow through on. It's a bit too wimpy and muddled to be a frequent smoke for me. Not bad, just not anything special. Reading through some tobacco reviews, I saw that C&D's "Epiphany" is meant to be a simulacrum of the pre-Windsor, Philip Morris version of the old-school Revelation. So, what the hey, I bought a pound. OMG! I usually can't smoke Burley in any quantity (bites my tongue really hard), and Perique fries my nose and makes my eyes water, but this tobacco has both in such perfectly apportioned amounts that it all works together painlessly. The Burley gives a nutty sweetness, the Perique a faint fruitiness, and the Virginias and Latakias come up from underneath to support everything that's going on. It's rich, multilayered, and satisfying. Lights easily and burns without a lot of tamper-fiddling. You don't have to be careful about how it's packed, just jam it in there and introduce it to some fire. This one would be at home in any situation-- contemplation, studying difficult subjects, walking the dog, selecting your next victim (yeah, that one's not for everybody). Beautiful! Hats off! Thumbs up! Huzzah! I like it.