A tobacco with high contrasts made partly of Virginia tobaccos from Old Belt in America. On top of this, Burley tobaccos from Mexico and Malawi and a touch of Black Cavendish is added.
A smooth Virginia/Burley blend with plenty of flavor shouldn't be hard to find, but it is. Orlik Racing Green is among the best, along with War Horse. Give it a try if you haven't already.
The tin note on this one is weird, Like fruit juice not like any tobacco I have ever opened. It is so off putting it must be natural and not casing. As soon as you light it up it disappears and you get a cascade of flavours. Much more complex than the Golden Sliced. Only bad thing I can say is that it does burn a little hot, but no real bite.