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The taste for me has a slight citrus undertone, not perique. Burley in small amounts will smooth out a mixture, but it takes a significant amount for the burley taste to come through.(Kentucky, smoked burley, asserts its taste with much smaller amounts.) For me, this is a golden Virginia with a taste on the mild side of medium and a pleasant room note.An easy light, wonderulf taste, no bite and very satisfying smoke. Orlik Golden Sliced (Red) is described on the English language label as being "composed of golden Virginia tobaccos with a touch of perique." Readers of this and other pipe tobacco forums are aware of the fact that for years the label listed a touch of burley rather than perique.If OGS was the only blend available to me, I could be satisfied to smoke it for as long as my puffer holds out. A spokesperson for the Scandinavian Tobacco Group has asserted that the previous mention of burley was a mistranslation (?!I personally do not think the perique versus burley controversy matters at all.Golden Sliced should be considered just a Virginia flake--and a very fine one at that.A blend of golden, fully ripe Virginia leaves from the traditional districts of the United States and a smidgen of Perique. There is a very slight spice note, and maybe it does come from the perique.
I have a hundred tins of this brooding for the tobacco apocalypse and plan on buying many more. As to whether it contains perique, if Orlik says it does than I assume it does because their's is a reputable company and I don't believe they would make false claims about their tobaccos (not to mention that doing so would be illegal).Well it's been good but this update now comes to an end.