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Social Smoke Lemon Chill Review

Authored by William on 4 August 2010 No Comment

08-01-10_093949_Lemon Chill, Social Smoke

08-01-10_094000_Lemon Chill, Social Smoke



Cut & Composition

Social Smoke Lemon Chill is wet, but not soaked. The tobacco is a medium cut with only a few small stems.

Price & Quantities Available

  • 100g – $10.95
  • 250g – $20.95
  • 1kg – $69.95

The Set-Up

Social Smoke Lemon Chill was reviewed using an Al Fakher Large Solid and a Vortex Bowl from Sahara Smoke.

The Experience

Lemon Chill needed just a few minutes to begin producing thick smoke. The flavor followed along with the smoke. The smoke began to thin after about an hour and fifteen minutes, however the flavor remained rich beyond that point.

The Flavor

Lemon Chill is a simple flavor combination of lemon and mint. The lemon is not a candy flavor, but a more realistic representation. It’s only lightly sweet and the mint is very potent, but not overpowering of the lemon flavor. Unfortunately the lemon flavor does have the slightest hint of something chemical. But it’s extremely subtle and most likely will not even notice.

The Insight

I enjoy the Social Smoke mint flavors a lot. The mint has a seemingly unique ability to simply ‘cool’ the other flavors, rather than overpowering them with mint taste. What’s left is something that is extremely refreshing on a hot day. It almost seems like smoking a cold lemon drink. I have sensitive taste buds and the subtle chemical taste is a tad distracting. But it doesn’t ruin experience and others in our local circle who have tried it don’t seem to notice.

Who Should Try This Flavor

Citrus fans will probably enjoy this one. Candy flavor lovers probably will be disappointed with Lemon Chill as it is a more realistic expression of the lemon mint flavor. People with very sensitive taste buds can expect to pick up the chemical undertones. Others should feel comfortable giving this one a shot.

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