Ted, a member here, and resident Grabow Guru, was kind enough to send me a plug of burley that grew in his fields. He pressed it using his Ford F-150 and used nothing but a touch of honey as the binder. I did a rough, GLP style cut on a bit of it and popped it into a Spillcob. I read a trick for smoking 5 bros. that said to just cup a bunch in your hand an breathe a few slow deep breaths onto it, which the burley will quickly soak up the humidity and be smoke ready. It worked great for this as it was fairly dry. This was my first go at smoking Pure un-cased burley and I was pleasantly surprised. Having read that people don't generally like straight from the field burley, I found it to be a great smoke. Easy burn, cool soft smoke, no bite and a nice "earthy" flavor. I wouldn't at all really describe it as "nutty" as I hear used as a description often. It was more like burning fall leaf pile taste, but in a good way. I'm going to play around with mixtures and such and see what role this burley can play. I was surprised that there was plenty of nic for what felt like such a light smoke. For someone who tends to smoke strong flavored smokes, I can now see how you could just have a pipe full of straight burley burning all day long. Thank you Ted!