Sweet Brightleaf

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


Exactly that,…a light, bright, loose leaf shag with earthy notes. Layer with other light-medium shags for a nice full bodied taste. Could be used when a light woodsy note is needed. Also use combined with other earthy flavors to create a great tea. 8-10% Standalone. 

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3 reviews for Sweet Brightleaf

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Sweet Brightleaf 8% Light tobacco, notes of citrus, sweet and smokey, vanilla very nice nose, very smooth- Again a process rather than a specific tobacco.
    Brightleaf is also known as flue cured, referring to the process by which leaves were dried more quickly-very flavorful.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    James Darrin McDougald

    Sweet Brightleaf 5% @ 3mg/ml 70VG/30PG
    Sweet and light on the inhale at 5%. More pronounced tobacco on the exhale. No cigar notes with this one, all natural earthy tobacco leaf. Reminds me of smoking lightly cured American tobacco straight off the rack in a tobacco barn.
    My score 10/10 with thoughts of blending into a complex mix of tobaccos and caramel/vanilla.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    fairtradesloth (verified owner)

    Weird flavor! I love this stuff! It definitely does taste of tobacco leaf and oh yes it’s shaggy, but if I just zone out and don’t think “tobacco” as I exhale, it’s really more of an “earthy” taste than “tobacco” – hard to explain in my opinion. It is actually very sweet to my palette. Not like sucralose sweet, but it does have a really nice inherent sweetness to it that I’m really enjoying. Honestly this is a great stand-alone but I could see it being used to sweeten and deepen earthy notes of other tobaccos. I could also see this being a good candidate to mix with vanilla, or teas or anything earthy. However I don’t personally see this mixing well with, say, caramels or butterscotch.

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