I opened the tin of Club Blend to find a wonderful looking roll cake, neatly sliced into perfect little coins. The tin note struck me as odd. It was slightly sour, but in a good way. Sas had warned me that the coins would look and feel a bit on the dry side, but that was normal and they would be good and moist. Taking this advice to heart, I allowed a few coins to air out for about 30min prior to loading. After their little drying session, I rubbed the coins out and loaded them into my Pete bulldog. The charring light went fairly well, and the true light was the same. The taste can only be described as... interesting. Imagine if awesome was a flavor. In all seriousness, the taste is that of good Va. with unsweetened Cavendish. There's The aroma of this tobacco is comforting for some reason. I don't recall ever smelling anything like this, but for some reason it's relaxing and comforting to me. Makes me think of the country after a rain storm, and for some reason conjures up images of my friend's grandparents' house in Thetford, England. I've already ordered another tin of this stuff, and it's made my normal rotation. If you haven't tried it, and you like Virginias, I highly recommend that you buy a tin.