Well, here we go again. I took the process that I used for Classic Burley Kake (without the pressing and slicing) and applied it to toasted Black Cavendish using Blackberry, Wild Berry, Black Currant and a hint of Brandy flavoring. The result is a non-goopy Black Cavendish with a big burst of berry aroma and a subtly-sweet berry flavor that burns slow and cool.
The blend is called Berry Nice, and I'll be bringing some to the store to put on the tobacco bar tonight. For those who like aromatics, give it a try and let me know what you think.