Pueblo Dominicano

10-2-06 been in humi since 8-30-06

Pueblo Dominicano Torpedo 6.2 x 52

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sun grown

Binder: Dominican Republic

Filler: secret  6 country blend


Pre-light smell is of rich soil; almost farm-like

Precut flavor of very light spice and leather.

Cut with a double guillotine.

Chocolate on an unlit draw. Draw is a bit stiff.


The first few puffs are sweet and leathery. Earth as an aftertaste. There is a quick shot of spice right after the initial taste but before the after taste. Very short on the palate.

The first ash falls after 1.5 inches. Draw is becoming tighter. The flavor starts out sweet the fades to spicy and then rich earth. The spice comes and goes it isn’t consistent.

The burn is great. Very even.


At the halfway point I get more of the same, Im not amazed by this cigar but I am in no way upset with it either. Is it worth the price? For me, yes. (I won it in a PIF I think) Would I pay full price for another? Probably not. There is nothing wrong with it… just not for me.


The last two inches still have a perfect burn. I am approaching the spot where I squeezed too hard to try and loosen the draw. Burn may not be so perfect then. The flavor is more earthy then sweet now.


The last few puffs are more of the same. This cigar was cool till the end.


Burn time 1h 35min.


Burn: 10

Draw: 7

Appearance: 9

Taste: 8

Aftertaste: 9

Construction: 8


Overall: 8.5



~ by kuzi16 on January 20, 2012.

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