Backwoods cigars review

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Backwoods Cigars

  • Backwoods Sweet Aromatic (5 pack)

    if i'd never tried one before

    if i'd never smoked backwoods cigars years ago when there used to be only one flavor i would probably agree with those that enjoy them, but they started by putting less in the pouch and now they can't cut that number anymore so they are rolling them like toothpicks. i could hardly get thru trying to suck smoke out of them without getting so aggravated that i just wanted to crush them all out. goodbye to what used to be a nice sweet cigarillo.

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  • Backwoods Honey Berry (5 pack)

    The sweetest

    Like smoking raw honey. Incredible.

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  • Backwoods Honey Berry (3 pack)

    Love it

    These are crazy good! So sweet and plentiful. I try to keep a few packs on reserve.

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  • Backwoods Black and Sweet (5 pack)

    Great gift

    My boyfriend loved these!

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  • Backwoods Sweet Aromatic (3 pack)

    Great deal

    Amazing price for how many you get, and the taste e ain't bad either.

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  • Backwoods Black and Sweet (5 pack)

    Sugar and spice

    It's like one of those black and white cookies. Really good and well-balanced.

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  • Backwoods Honey (5 pack)

    Always satysfying

    The honey here isn't a lie, that syrupy sweetness is in the smoke!

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  • Backwoods Honey Berry (3 pack)

    Like Cap'n Crunch

    Smooth and sweet and can't be beat

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  • Backwoods Honey Bourbon (5 pack)

    Great for travel

    Especially long commutes, really makes the time go by.

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  • Backwoods Dark Stout (5 pack)

    a must have

    When you want a ton of flavor in a short amount of time, reach for a backwood

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  • Sours: https://mikescigars.com/cigars/brands/backwoods/backwoods

    by Steven on Friday 26 February, 2021

    Very sweet until the end. Really enjoyed them. Nice smoke at night with a cup of tea. Would highly recommend to anyone who likes a sweet cigar.

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    by Christian on Tuesday 05 January, 2021

    This little venture was a bit of a surprise. It was rated top aroma by my family members of all the cigars I ever smoked (and pipe and vape). They are a ragged tipped smoke, that draws poorly, but nothing that you cant fix with a needle. After that the cigars are real fun, nothing complex here, but just a light, sweet (even very sweet) pleasant smoke. Nothing bitter in sight. Simply fun.

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    by Dean on Monday 12 March, 2018

    This was my first venture into the flavoured cigar world, and I was pleasantly surprised! They smell good, taste good, all without being too sweet. Ill be buying them again, theyre a fun, mild, quick smoke to have in the humidor.

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    by Nathan on Tuesday 31 January, 2017

    I've tried many flavored cigar brands and these are by far the most sweetest. The honey & berry Backwoods are packed with flavor compared to their other varieties. Each draw leaves a sweet taste on the lips and maintains a consistent flavour throughout the burn. A smoke can last between 30-40 minutes and gives off a sweet tobacco pipe smell. Sometimes the draw is tough, but is easily overcome by giving the cigar an alround squeeze before lighting. Lastly, the old western look to these cigars make them extra special.

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    by Ben on Sunday 08 September, 2013

    I just had a pack and really like them nice smell and taste give them a go.

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    Tobaccos Backwoods - All Natural Tobacco

    The Virginias offer grass/hay, tart and tangy citrus and a touch of honey. The burley is very mildly nutty, earthy and woody with some molasses. A sugary sweet topping was added to pick up the dullness of the blend. The strength is extremely mild, while the taste is very mild. The nic-hit is barely mild. Has a lot of PG. Needs some dry time, burns cool and clean at a moderate pace with a very consistent flavor from start to finish. Leaves too much moisture in the bowl. Requires some relights if not given a light dry time. May bite if you puff real fast. Has a weak after taste and room note. An all day smoke that can be used as a mixer, too.

    -JimInks

    7 people found this review helpful.

    First of all, the name of this tobacco is misleading. This blend includes sweet flavors that are very clear from the smell of the tobacco as soon as you open the pouch and when you smoke it. Therefore, I think this is not a natural tobacco only but a heavily flavored tobacco (I think they are not natural). Second of all, this is very mild tobacco that I only recommend for newly pipe smokers or if you have no other choice. Both the strength and the price of this tobacco are very low (less than 3 US$ for a 40gm pouch). Third of all, it is a wet tobacco while smoking and you will feel the tongue bite from the artificial flavors after a while regardless how slow smoker you are. In the end, if you are looking for some nicotine or real tobacco blend then you have to look somewhere else.

    7 people found this review helpful.

    When I see a "Sport" sticker on a car, I know that there's nothing sporty here. The same is about "natural" in this name. Nothing natural here, heavily flavored cheap wet mix. Avoid at all costs.

    6 people found this review helpful.

    Slightly vinegary pouch note. Easy load, easy pack, easy light, easy to keep going. Definitely a middle of the road tobacco. Not much snob appeal but likely a good transition tobacco for those wanting to change from Backwoods Cheroots to a pipe. No wife complaints over the aroma.

    Burns a bit fast for its ribbon size but not hot or bitey. Moist in the pouch inviting steamed tongue if puffed hard.

    May be a good foundation blend for trying out your own flavoring or topping as it’s quite neutral.

    Pipe Used: Savinelli 810 KS

    Age When Smoked: Freshly opened pouch

    Purchased From: Don’t remember.

    Similar Blends: Think of Captain Black without topping., Lane Limited - Captain Black Regular (white).

    3 people found this review helpful.

    I feel they did a good job translating the essence of their chewy rugged little cigars into a pipe tobacco. It has been a long time since I summoned my inner Clint Eastwood and had a Backwoods cigar, but I have fond memories of chewing on the end raw and pretending to be some desperado.

    The sweet kinda-cherry aroma in the pouch took me back, and the rubbery moist feel of the leaves was also reminiscent. It acts a bit putty-esque and packs without much air flow, taking a tad more work to get fired up. The taste once lit is candy infused leather made from the same cauldron as their gas station stogies. There is no bite and little nicotine, so go full ham if you want on this one.

    I really enjoyed it as an aromatic and finished the pouch way too fast, and yeah, it is probably some cheap crap filled with high-fructose corn syrup, but it is a guilty pleasure I will revisit again, and for the bargain price of $5 why the hell not!

    Purchased From: pipesandcigars.com

    3 people found this review helpful.

    Opening the package, I'm greeted with a wonderful sweet, nutty, and slightly raisin-y scent with notes of hay and brown sugar. I've noticed the scent get deeper and more complex over the course of several days even.

    Unfortunately all of this is lost entirely as soon as it's lit. Smokes somewhat damp and can bite if not left to dry (at least) overnight. Will need to be re-lit. Smells "nice" to me as it's burning, others find it inoffensive and was told it basically smells like a Black n' Mild.

    Good For: Mixing, breakfast blends, filler, emergency smokes, and not much else

    Pipe Used: Cob, Briar

    Age When Smoked: Fresh

    2 people found this review helpful.

    I have smoked BW little cigars. I think they are trash. I'll take a Swisher Sweets any day. I bought BW pipe tobacco out of curiosity as it is not expensive. I have been pleasantly surprised. This smokes surprisingly well. It is mild in flavor, with little to no aftertaste, and I detected NO tongue bite. It burns thoroughly but a little fast and wet. This will require drying, but then it should be fine. I've only smoked a handful of bowls as of this writing. Although the label says All Natural Tobacco, we all know that's not likely. There is some slightly sweet topping. It's not bad and not overpowering. I couldn't feel any nicotine hit, and that's not an issue for me. Considering the brand expectation and cost, this gets a Recommendation.

    1 person found this review helpful.

    I think this tobacco gets a bad rap. To me it tastes like old time smoking should be. It never bites, is easy to keep lit and is'nt goopy at all. It smokes with a clean almost white ash and can be smoked repeatedly all say

    Pipe Used: all assorted first quality pipes

    Age When Smoked: <1 year

    Purchased From: Pipes and Cigars

    1 person found this review helpful.

    heavily topped and very goopy, but it’s a pleasant smoke and the room note is really nice. I love the backwoods flavored cigars, and this pipe tobacco is enjoyed also. I don’t smoke aromatics. The package says “ all natural” but that’s just not even close. I can’t taste any of the natural tobacco..... but I kinda still like it for a change in pace I guess.... it’s really cheap and it’s not gonna win any awards. But the flavor stays through the smoke and it’s a non obtrusive aroma to people around you. The Cornell and Diehl old joe krantz and mac barren bold Kentucky I’ve been smoking really left my pipe ghosted and stinking something bad. They are my favorites , but my empty pipe can literally stink up a room....I smoked a couple bowls of backwoods and my pipe doesn’t stink now. So that’s a plus I guess too. This stuff is cheap and would make for a non complex all day smoke that requires no concentration. It’s mild and I don’t detect any nicotine whatsoever. Give it a go, but remember, I didn’t tell you to !!

    1 person found this review helpful.

    Sours: https://www.tobaccoreviews.com/blend/4643/backwoods-all-natural-tobacco

    Backwoods Purple Cigars - Pack of 5

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    Date Added: Friday 26 February, 2021 by Steven
    Very sweet until the end. Really enjoyed them. Nice smoke at night with a cup of tea. Would highly recommend to anyone who likes a sweet cigar.

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    This little venture was a bit of a surprise. It was rated top aroma by my family members of all the cigars I ever smoked (and pipe and vape). They are a ragged tipped smoke, that draws poorly, but nothing that you cant fix with a needle. After that the cigars are real fun, nothing complex here, but…

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    Date Added: Monday 12 March, 2018 by Dean
    This was my first venture into the flavoured cigar world, and I was pleasantly surprised! They smell good, taste good, all without being too sweet. Ill be buying them again, theyre a fun, mild, quick smoke to have in the humidor.

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    Date Added: Tuesday 31 January, 2017 by Nathan
    I've tried many flavored cigar brands and these are by far the most sweetest. The honey & berry Backwoods are packed with flavor compared to their other varieties. Each draw leaves a sweet taste on the lips and maintains a consistent flavour throughout the burn. A smoke can last between 30-40…

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    Date Added: Sunday 08 September, 2013 by Ben
    I just had a pack and really like them nice smell and taste give them a go.

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    Date Added: Sunday 05 May, 2013 by BENJI
    Fantastic. The sweet berry taste left on the lips is sheer bliss!!!

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    Sours: https://www.cgarsltd.co.uk/

    Cigars review backwoods

    Characterizing #Backwoods on Instagram: “The Number One Selling All Natural Cigar”

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    How to Roll The BEST Backwoods Blunt!

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    Then I put her down and, after washing her pussy and ass just as thoroughly, sat her down again on the edge of the tub. Now is the moment when you will not feel any taste at all if you put it in your mouth, I said. She turned away. But I took her head with my hands and turned her towards me.

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