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Social Smoke Cherry

Authored by William on 25 January 2011 No Comment

Social Smoke Cherry Packaging

Social Smoke Cherry 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: 4/5, Smoke, 5/5, Resilience: 5/5, Longevity:5/5

Cut & Composition

Social Smoke Cherry 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

As is typical for much of Social Smoke’s tobacco offerings, Cherry took only a couple minutes to deliver the richest and thickest smoke it had to offer, both of which were impressive. The tobacco produced no head-buzz, and the session lasted about an hour and forty minutes before the smoke and flavor dropped off sharply.

The Flavor

Social Smoke Cherry is as the name suggests. Though it’s not especially realistic, it is a distinct candy caricature of the real thing. Similar to sweet cherry syrup, or the cherry flavoring element in chocolate-cherry candy. Though smoking it you probably won’t be fooled into thinking that you have a mouth full of cherries, even without knowing what it’s supposed to taste like, you’ll recognize the cherry flavor right away.

The Insight

Among a muddy marsh of cherry flavors that consistently miss the mark, Social Smoke’s Cherry may be among the closest to the real thing.

Who Should Try This Flavor

Social Smoke’s cherry is delicious, but it’s also very sweet. For some people, it may be walking the line between good-sweet and sickly sweet. If you’re a fan of fruit flavors, and you also love your tobacco very sweet, this one is probably right up your ally.

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