I find it interesting that tobacco flavoring is so subjective - one person's tobacco of choice is, to another, a jumble of disorganized and unrecognizable flavors. I believe most only know the taste of the combustion of the leaf, and not the flavor of the un-torched article. Tobacco is a culmination of many flavors, some of which cannot be replicated without requiring fire.
This flavor replicates my idea of tobacco much more accurately than other tobacco flavors I've tried. There is a savory and rich pipe tobacco, almost cherry-like, which elegantly dissolves into a fragrant vanilla and sandlewood character, creating a sort of Cavendish - a perfect balance of the savory and sophisticated with the simple pleasures of vanilla, the harmony of both preventing the taste from being one-dimensional.
I've also found that this flavor induces the same appetite-suppressing qualities I enjoyed in analogs (one of their only upsides). Very interesting and an ADV for me.