Father Soldier Son is a 2020 American documentary film, it follows the family of Brian Eisch, a Sgt. First Class in the United States Army and the effects of his deployment to the War in Afghanistan has on him and his young sons.
I didn't expected to hear things like these from a professional soldier at 2017: I'm gonna be honest, i don't know too much about the war in Afghanistan directly. I don't know what started the war in Afghanistan. I don't know if Al-Qaeda is based in Afghanistan.
I don't really follow that side of politics too much. I don't really follow why wars happen.
I am Davidoff Malawi in a Stanwell 184 Royal, double espresso beside me.
I found a vintage, unopened, tin of Flying Dutchman at an estate sale a while back. I smoked a bit when found, and have mostly left it in the humi. It had already aged well and is at a great smoking humidity now.
I paired it up with my smokestack Kirsten Cavalier, as this tobacco is a thin ribbon cut that can easily get hot, and I love Kirstens.
This old blend produced smooth and gently sweet smoke containing flavors of; honey comb wax, almond cream, with an oak and leather back rounded out with almost a spiced marmalade finish. Quite enjoyable for an old drugstore blend.
I'm not sure on the age of the tin, but am interested if anyone has thoughts on that.