Size: 5 x 50 (robusto)
Binder and Filler: Dominican, Nicaraguan and Indonesian binder
Strength: Medium to Full
Price: About $5.00 each
Behind The Stick:
And yet again, we come across a stick that truly is a mystery. I can find little to no reviews online, little to no information about the blend so I figured this would be the perfect cigar for me to debut our ‘Just a Taste’ Section. Short, quick reviews of the cigar itself – please leave a comment and let me know if you’d like to see more short reviews!
Good construction, a few minor veins but nothing big. Evenly packed throughout with a nice light shine from the oils, all in all not bad. Band had some resistance but left no damage to the wrapper.
Started off with light wood, moved into a mild coco, cedar and natural tobacco flavor that held tight throughout the majority of the smoke. Towards the end the bitterness started to kick in reminding me of burnt paper and leather mixed over the coco and tobacco flavor. Not an overly complex cigar but very enjoyable.
Short sweet and to the point – if your a Maduro fan I’d highly suggest you picking a few up. If your not a big maduro fan, they are fairly cheap so go grab a single and see what you think. Not a ‘bad’ cigar – but given the price and the consistency, worth a visit – but don’t expect to be blown out of your seat. All in all, on my side, this will be a buy again.
Every Cigar Has A Story, Every Smoke A Memory