Named after a novel by Sir Walter Scott, Hal O' The Wynd blends some Virginias with extra body and then adds Kentucky Dark Fireds and some Perique. I'd expect the body on this one, then, to be medium + to full. While a naturally sweet flavor from the Virginias meets the spicey of Perique for a full, complex flavor. The room notes rates as very natural.
I will confirm the pleasant complexity of this blend - a strong showing for what a Virginia blend could be. The natural sweetness and citrus interweave with one another throughout the bowl. At points, the earthy Dark Fireds compliment the sweetness while the Perique highlights the citrus puffs. Now, I will caution the body on this one is stout, so I'd recommend this for an end of the day blend.