Category: Ashley C.
by Emmett | Oct 20, 2017 | All, Ashley C., Blind Cigar Reviews, Connecticut Broadleaf, Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, Featured, IPCPR, Jason H., John I., Maduro, Matthew T., Nicaragua, Robusto, Steve Saka | 0 |
“This was a cigar that fired on all cylinders for me. Once I paired it with a very rich stout, it really came into its own and was a superb cap to my evening. I have absolutely nothing to criticize with this sample. It would be my honor to personally thank the blender and roller of this super premium cigar. This will find a home in my rotation if I can find more!” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)Read More
“I really enjoyed this smoke. It offered a little bit of everything I look for in a cigar. There was a perfect balance of sweetness and peppery kick. For me I would enjoy this cigar to unwind after a long day at work.” -Ashley C. (Ashley C.)Read More
“I really enjoyed this cigar. Even though it was a bit one dimensional, it had very good flavors and it’s size made for a nice quick smoke. I would definitely smoke another one of these if I was given an opportunity.” –Alan (Eulogy)Read More
“With a lot of cigars I find the cedar to be a bit heavy handed, not so with this one. The transition from a mature cedar to slightly charred then to a young sweeter one was very nice. The addition of hay, grass and leather paired well with the background flavors of nuts, coffee and cocoa. This cigar certainly offered me a very pleasant smoking experience.” -Gregg (McGreggor57)Read More
“Ok…I like lonsdale and Lancero cigars but this was a very good cigar. It had depth of flavor and was very interesting. Construction was excellent, and the performance was really exemplary. I will gladly recommend this to anyone who is ready to move from mild to medium. Now to find out what it is so I can buy a box!” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)Read More
“It started out with some spice and then transitioned more into the nutmeg and all spice. The final third mellowed out. The strength did pick up as the cigar went on.” -AshleyRead More