I mixed this at 2.5% and at a 60PG/40VG ratio leaving it to steep for four weeks. I think the manufacturer describes it as reminiscent of a pipe or cigar tobacco and after a bit of research Cavendish seemed to be a bit of a constant in juices that I had liked so I gave it a whirl. In my opinion it's a sort of sweet taste with a very distinct tobacco overtone. It certainly reminds me of the ashy type aftertaste that I remember to get when I smoked and used to like. As disgusting as that may sound to me and many others now personally for some reason I enjoy it. Although I have now experimented with several flavour profiles tobacco is still the vape I enjoy most and have been chasing constantly. In the two tobacco concentrates that I have tried from Inawera this has been present in both and it just works for me. I've mixed this finished juice with other tobaccos and it works with them too. I have DNB (dirty neutral base) but I haven't tried that yet and if memory serves that is supposed to replicate the ashtray type taste which sounds even more revolting in theory but given what I've experienced thus far with Inawera tobaccos its on my next mixing session list to try. To sum up my opinion on Tobacco Cavendish I definitely like it on its own but think it's really going to shine when mixed with a Golden Virginia in a dedicated recipe as I reckon it will give a bit more authenticity to the finished juice. For the vaper who still enjoys a tobacco like taste this may be one to try and considering the price and percentage required is a worthwhile purchase. As ever taste is subjective and this is simply my opinion.