Sol Cubano Maduro

 

2-28-07 Been in humi since 1-13-06

Sol Cubano Maduro Toro (6 x 50)

Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Binder: Nicaraguan
Filler: Nicaraguan

 

The precut taste is of classic tobacco and the smell is much the same. The draw is good unlit and has a very chocolate taste.

 

The light seemed very easy compared to the last cigar I had (R&J reserva real Toro (6 x 54))

 

The Cigar is very flavorful of the bat. A good balance of spicy and sweet is at the beginning of the cigar and it fades to an earthy spice by the end. There is a very light grassy taste that throughout the cigar ebbs and flows depending on how frequent it is puffed. The draw seems to tighten about half way through and makes you work ever so slightly for smoke. It’s a good resistance. Though the draw tightened the amount of smoke billowing out is enormous.

 

I’m not sure how it worked but by the end of the cigar I found the taste to be very boring and flat. The well roundedness of the first few puffs burned up long before.

The combination of a more full than medium cigar, an empty stomach and uninteresting flavor has made my initial liking to this cigar wane.

 

Maybe I would like it more on a better day.

 

Burn: 9

Draw: 9

Taste: 7

Aftertaste: 7

Construction: 8

Appearance: 9

Overall feeling: 7

 

Overall: 8.0

 

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~ by kuzi16 on January 20, 2012.

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