Category: Jason H.
“I was really in the mood for a demanding cigar and this was just that… flavorful and powerful… perfect for me. I look forward to the next one. ” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)Read More
“This was a good cigar but it was pretty one dimensional. For the full bodied fan, this is a decent pick, but for the Smoker who likes them mild this might be a turn off. I’d smoke another one but won’t run out to pick up a box. ” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)Read More
“This was one fantastic cigar. The intensity of the flavors were so enjoyable alongside the semi sweetness it provided were phenomenal. Complexity was the name of the game with this medium bodied smoke. I look forward to smoking more of these as soon as i know what it is!” -John A. (Bostoneo)Read More
“I really enjoyed this cigar. There were plenty of transition to hold my attention with wood, floral, some nuts and quite a bit of milk chocolate. The interesting point to this cigar was the more I smoke it the lighter and creamier it got. I would definitely smoke this again. ” -Mickey T. (irratebass)Read More
“Fantastic smoke. Not as full bodied as I typically prefer, but a really impressive medium bodied experience. Great core flavors of nuts and spice along with blasts of sweetness and floral qualities throughout. Not exactly massive transitions, but there were some nice points of interest along the way.
Really exceptional construction as well. The craftsmanship definitely added to the experience. ” -John I. (John I.)
“I was happy that I had this cigar as a breakfast stick. It was a consistent smoke although it never really gave me any progression or transition of flavors. This was a mindless type of cigar smoking that I sometimes like. One would have to actually be careful that they didn’t pair it with a strong coffee as it would be overpowered. Pleasant and nice to keep around for those lazy mornings when I wouldn’t want to be jolted awake by a strong or complex cigar.” -Diana (ArmyRN)Read More
by Zane G. | Sep 3, 2019 | All, Blind Cigar Reviews, Blue Mountain Cigars, Brazilian Mata Fina, Connecticut, David F., Diana, Featured, Habano, Jason H., John I., Maduro, Marvin Wright, Natural, Nicaragua, Toro | 0 |
“I was honestly surprised by this cigar. When I saw the three different wrappers I was immediately a little suspicious that it was going to be what I call a “hokey” cigar. Gimmick without much to it. I was pleasantly surprised by the consistent good flavor notes and the ability of the cigar to transition fairly seamlessly into the next type of wrapper. It didn’t go from nothing to a beat down and that impressed me more than anything. It kept building in intensity but in a very mild yet noticeable way. This is a great cigar for a herf where everyone can share what they are getting from this unusual cigar configuration. I’d smoke it again!” -Diana (ArmyRN)Read More
“I really like this cigar and the complexity of flavors that I experienced. There was more progression and favor than I originally expected and the cigar kept me interested all the way through. I’d smoke it again and would pair it with a nice cup of smooth medium roasted cold brew. Nicely done!” -Diana (ArmyRN)Read More
“Fantastic cigar in one of my favorite vitolas. Not really flashy in terms of serious flavor transitions, but the core flavors were magnificent, and right up my alley. I’d happily smoke these on a very regular basis. ” -John I. (John I.)Read More
“This was a really nice practically full bodied cigar with rich flavors and enough nicotine to show you who’s boss… That being said, the flavors were not something to destroy my palate and the finish was short enough that I could have smoked another cigar and still been able to enjoy it. I’m ready to purchase a few of these to keep on hand.” -Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)Read More
“Really nice cigar on the milder side. A bit of complexity, red pepper spice and sweet cream makes it really enjoyable. ” -David F. (dfafjf)Read More
“All in all this wasn’t a bad cigar. It had some issues with the draw but if once you get that figured out it’s pretty tasty. It’s easy to enjoy while doing another things, but on its own, if you’re trying to really enjoy just a particular cigar, I don’t know that it would work. What I have another? Yeah, I’d have another, but I’m not going to rush out in stock up on them.
” -Isaac M. (The Nothing)
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