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Social Smoke Cinnamon Apple

Authored by William on 19 September 2010 No Comment

Social Smoke Cinnamon Apple Tobacco tin

Social Smoke Cinnamon Apple Tobacco

Full Disclosure

Social Smoke was kind enough to send us this tobacco for free to try it out and share our opinions. We always make every effort to review honestly regardless of what means were used to acquire the product. Social Smoke tobacco is available for $20.95 in a 250g tin directly from Social Smoke.



Based on: Flavor: 5/5, Smoke, 5/5, Resilience: 4/5, Longevity:5/5

Cut & Composition

Social Smoke Cinnamon Apple is a medium cut, slimy tobacco with a few small stems, none of which have been found disruptive to the packing process.

Price & Quantities Available

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

The Experience

Cinnamon Apple produced smoke from the very first draw. The flavor and smoke were at their richest after about three minutes. The smoke is strikingly thick and flavorful, and produces no head-buzz whatsoever. The tobacco responded adversely to average changes in heat, and when too much heat was applied, it produced an unexpected peanut taste. Correcting the heat quickly brought the flavor back. The session lasted roughly an hour and twenty minutes before the smoke and flavor began to fall off, though the experience remained enjoyable for about another fifteen minutes.

The Flavor

Cinnamon Apple is just as the name implies. Cinnamon and apple. The flavor is mild. However, it is also warm and spicy, thanks to the cinnamon flavoring. And, while the spice flavor is dominant, the apple provides a refreshing, sweet undertone. The balance is near perfect. Comparing the flavor in the real world, Cinnamon Apple tastes almost identically to a bowl of cooked apple and cinnamon dessert.

The Insight

Cinnamon Apple is a spectacular autumn flavor. The warm sensation goes well with a cup of herbal tea and a brisk morning. Though the flavor is not so ‘exciting’, it’s actually better that way. The flavor is almost calming, helping the smoking session really invite a good-ole fashion country tranquility.

Who Should Try This Flavor

Cinnamon Apple is probably not a party favorite. It’s simply too mild. However, I have not met someone yet who did not enjoy it. It may be a better flavor for personal smoking. Dominant spice flavor probably makes this one a good bet for spice fans. However, the realistic apple taste may prove this flavor to be an excellent crossover for fruit fans.

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