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I would hat for the summer easily compare this to Night Cap in strength, and for once, I don't miss the Orientals, which tend to add an element of spiciness that I typically miss dearly in their absence. Despite this, High Hat strikes a wonderful balance of smokiness, sweetness and strength, a profile absent in many of the more popular smokes on the market. From the moment of the charring light, High Hat delivers what the jar note promises: deep, musty Latakia wrapped in smooth, succulent Virginias and buffered by that famous Wilke burley. Perique is a light condiment touch in this delicious, full blend, adding a mere suggestion of pepper that asserts itself slightly after mid-bowl. The old Wilke recipes seem to have grasped the secret of making rich, full-tasting, flavorful blends that are medium in body and incredibly easy-smoking.

That cinnamon and clove on the nose does not, thank God, translate into the taste. High Hat has only just enough natural sweetness, that tiny bit, to balance perfectly with what is an otherwise earthy, leathery, musty smoke: a masterpiece. It's no wonder this blend has been around for over 140 years. The mouth-feel in this blend is world-class: rich, thick, and creamy while never overwhelming the palate. High Hat burns smoothly, with absolutely no bite, and provides copious amounts of thick, creamy smoke. men's hat for summer This is an arm chair tobacco, an evening tobacco: a tobacco blend of substance. The flavor stays with you a long, long time after the bowl is finished. You'll want to sit back in that chair and just revel in it. I couldn't find "rich" under the review quality of "Taste" but that is the most appropriate descriptor I can find. Another winner and so very nice and different. High Hat isn't overpowering or mens hat types a one-trick flavor pony. Well compose, arranged and orchestrated for your smoking pleasure.

My Hat is Off to High Hat. Try it if you like American blends, I believe you will like it as much as I do. Though this says no flavoring, I am putting down extremely mild and I may be wrong but the sweetness seems to me to be a casing. Of course that is just my 2 cents worth. Char and first few draws reveal a soft latakia and an interesting sweetness. The body on the smoke is incredible, very little effort to get a ridiculous amount of smoke. Right off the bat I would compare the body and even some notes of the flavor of this tobacco as quite cigar-like with latakia taking center note. As the bowl warms I'm getting a very sharp peppery spice that lingers on the palate. The ushanka hat snork is a monster, filling my nose with wonderful black pepper and clearing my sinuses better than any saline rinse would.

Towards the end of the bowl the body intensifies. Interestingly I'm not getting much of the "dried fruit" flavors that I sometimes get from perique, the black pepper is all that's coming through past the thick chewy smoke, but that's just fine. This is a creamy, spicy, smoky, dark and brooding tobacco, to use my coffee analogy this is a dark roasted sumatra. It also suited my smoking style which is a little on the hot side, this blend actually got better for me with long pulls on the pipe, at least until I got near the end where I had to sip it a bit more carefully. Even though I definitely veer towards the Oriental side I enjoyed this one. The various tobaccos share the stage throughout the bowl, coming forth and then receding in a wonderfully flavorful dance.

I will fill a Savinelli 111EX or 814EX and leave it overnight, then grab it in the morning and enjoy it while driving to work. A fantastic way to start the day. I highly recommend High Hat for your smoking pleasure! 4 Stars! High Hat: daedal, classic, compelling. Tastes vary down the bowl: now the naturally sweet Virginias, then some perique pepper, and often, the nearly chafing bitterness that seems to bottom the Pipeworks and Wilke line. Never dull, this is a quality smoke that ruins my throat. So High Hat will be an occasional pleasure for me. Note that unless you like a strong, pungent smoke, you won't like this one. This is the best English on the market, from my standpoint. Very complex and rich with abundant Turkish and Latakia. The pouch odor has a depth and balance of flavor that are unmatched.

I couldn't find a reason why we didn't  so I just decided to do it." Wood Hat Spirits, named for Hinegardner's signature handmade wood hat, was born in 2013, becoming a true field-to-glass white hat distillery. Wood Hat's first distillation was made with blue corn, a distinction from the yellow corn at the base of the majority of American-made bourbons and whiskeys. Blue corn, an heirloom corn, rich in history, holds high esteem in many cultural and religious traditions. "Blue corn is the holy corn, Sunday corn, holiday corn," Hinegardner describes. "I said, let's make whiskey with that, something people have determined over centuries is good to eat." Hinegardner works with local friends who farm to grow grain for his mash, which he distills in
small batches then ages the distillate in 15-gallon barrels.
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