Cigar reviews: I have been totally off the grid for reviews this year. They will be no best of list for 2021 as it would not be fair to the cigar world. My mind has been elsewhere in regarding writing cigar reviews.
What I will do for now is to give you an overview of two cigars I actually did review but will only give you the bullet points about the blends.
If I can get my act together for 2022, will start producing the usual amount of reviews I have done in the best.
Brand/Name of Cigar: Excalibur/Black
* Country of Origin: Honduras, Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf, , Binder: Ecuador Sumatra, Filler: Honduran, Nicaraguan
Shape: Toro, MSRP: $8.69 Received gratis for review from General Cigar
* Appearance/Construction: Chocolate colored wrapper, firm construction, attractive band and overall look. Oily to the touch.
* Flavor/Taste and Aroma: First third: Rich coco flavor infused with black pepper and a note of peanut. Second third: An additional flavor of cinnamon,espresso coffee and cream .Final third: Added spice of black pepper,a full bodied smoke.
*Smoking Characteristics: Great burn, slow moving, no issues with relights or tunneling. Well made.
*Conclusion/Overall Impression:Not for novice smokers as the cigar does have some kick to it. Enjoyable smoke with a 6 month humidor time needed.
*Final Thoughts and overall number: Sit back and enjoy the cigar, indulge with a dark beverage. 3.8 out of 5
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