Black and Shag
Four blackened tobaccos with streaks of fragrant African shag.
Three distinct blackened varietals (Kentucky, Virginia, Burley) cased lightly with a mix of traditional flavors. Condimental African varietals of Virginia and Burley in shag form. The blackened Orientals (Latakia) are used lightly in the Scottish tradition, but this mixture defies classification.
2oz in a sealed foil with optional jar label.
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From the Notebook of Dr. John Watson:
“I told Doyle very little about the Enigma Moriarty. Doyle was writing his detective tales and Moriarty made the stories into some kind of fantasy. Not a single reliable eyewitness account of the man exists. No two people could remember him the same. His academic papers were all fictional names as well. Both to keep the public from searching for them but also to make the stories easy to read. The one surviving paper, ‘Solution to the Three Body Problem’ is in Mycroft’s possession. If Moriarty only existed in Blindspots, I pity the day Mycroft learns to see them.”
From the Notebook of Ken Byron: This blend was based on a previous blend called ‘Smooth Criminal’ but has deviated enough from the original recipe that it merits being a different blend. Smooth Criminal is discontinued.