Review of Creme Brulee from Sutliff

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Review of Creme Brulee from Sutliff

Post by Winton » Fri Jul 12, 2019 4:14 pm

Recently, someone on one of the forums I use, offered 1 lb of Crème Brulee from Sutliff to anyone that wanted it. He stated that he enjoyed it, but apparently had too much Scotch before placing his next tobacco order. The package arrived today and I tried my first bowl of it. I used my pipe from JMG, which is dedicated to aromatics. Stanley, expect something in the mail soon.

This tobacco is just like it's name. It smelled very sweet in the package and tasted sweet all through the smoke. I was worried that it would be hard to smoke, since it was wet. But, I only used two matches to light and it burned consistently all the way down. I think that this blend was well named. It was very sweet, but I never experienced any tongue burn. The taste was consistent all through the smoke. The blend reminds me of the actual desert. It is a little too sweet for a regular smoke. I only have the actual dessert when I am going out for dinner at a fine restaurant.

I have tried many aromatic blends, that need a litte more flavor. I think adding some of this blend to other aromatics that you might enjoy. That will increase the sweet factor. I have several aromatics I enjoy, but this might really help them. The blend is mild, so no danger of getting a buzz from it.

If anyone at the CCPD wants to try some, I will bring this to the next meeting to share.

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Re: Review of Creme Brulee from Sutliff

Post by UncleGabe » Fri Jul 26, 2019 6:07 pm

Have just received my order of Sutliff Creme Brulee in the mail, and will try it out tonight.

I have also created my cellaring label,

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and have the 4 oz properly stored.

This is the review that encouraged me to try this one out:
MOLTO DOLCE.......just wanted to get your attention, and make a point. If you want a less expensive alternative to Molto Dolce, for which I have been searching.......this is it!

All the qualities of Molto Dolce, but ratcheted down a tad bit in richness. Not greasy, no gunk. Just needs to be dried out for a day or two. Burns straight down to the ash. Almost, the same casing, but absolutely no bite, unless you smoke like a train.

If you are a non-aro person, same advice as with Molto Dolce......stay the heck away, and smoke pine needles and peat bogs, with a bit of Oriental for taste.

For those of us who prefer creaminess and sweetness in the mouth, olfactory bliss, and wonderful room note, this will do it.

Very underestimated and for an inexpensive blend.

Pipe Used: Meer

Age When Smoked: Out of pouch, and dried. for a day or two.

Purchased From: Pipes and cigars

Similar Blends: Molto Dolce.
I found it on TobaccoReviews.com

I'm eager to try it out.
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Re: Review of Creme Brulee from Sutliff

Post by Stanley76 » Fri Jul 26, 2019 8:31 pm

I just saw this post. I'm glad you liked it. It was too sweet for me. I got your package thanks.
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Re: Review of Creme Brulee from Sutliff

Post by DepartedLight » Fri Jul 26, 2019 8:49 pm

Winton wrote:
Fri Jul 12, 2019 4:14 pm
Recently, someone on one of the forums I use, offered 1 lb of Crème Brulee from Sutliff to anyone that wanted it. He stated that he enjoyed it, but apparently had too much Scotch before placing his next tobacco order. The package arrived today and I tried my first bowl of it. I used my pipe from JMG, which is dedicated to aromatics. Stanley, expect something in the mail soon.

This tobacco is just like it's name. It smelled very sweet in the package and tasted sweet all through the smoke. I was worried that it would be hard to smoke, since it was wet. But, I only used two matches to light and it burned consistently all the way down. I think that this blend was well named. It was very sweet, but I never experienced any tongue burn. The taste was consistent all through the smoke. The blend reminds me of the actual desert. [ 8O ] It is a little too sweet for a regular smoke. I only have the actual dessert ohhhhh ok when I am going out for dinner at a fine restaurant. Taco Bell?

I have tried many aromatic blends, that need a little more flavor. I think adding some of this blend to other aromatics that you might enjoy. That will increase the sweet factor. I have several aromatics I enjoy, but this might really help them. The blend is mild, so no danger of getting a buzz from it. An aromatic mixer. Fascinating.

If anyone at the CCPD Central Chicago Police Department? wants to try some, I will bring this to the next meeting to share. You have meetings?
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Re: Review of Creme Brulee from Sutliff

Post by Adam Z » Fri Jul 26, 2019 8:57 pm

Bought a 1.5oz pouch last year. Smoked two bowls and gave the rest away. The aroma is much stronger than the flavor, and it is beyond drenched in PG and perhaps other humectants. It is the poster-child of goopy aromatics. My wife said that the sweet aroma of it is sickeningly sweet, and she'd rather I go back to smoking my nonaromatics in the house.

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