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Acid Deep Dish
Great flavor start to finish. This little stick packs a flavorful, pleasant punch!
Cliff in Toms River, NJ September 27, 2013
"WHAT? It's good, these review are unreal?"
One reviewer states it tastes like a Kuba, but recommends you buy other Blue line cigars.... OK? Explain that one to me please..... Almost all the blues taste similar....
Other reviewer(s) complain about it being sweet.... OK? Acids are SWEET, all are, some more than others, expect it or smoke another type of cigar. No this does NOT TASTE LIKE A SWISHER SWEET IN ANY POSSIBLE WAY. More reviewer(s) complain about cutting it, punching it, yes you can punch it, if you know how to punch properly you'll have no issues. With the cutter... OF COURSE if you're using a cutter that maxes out at 50RG you're going to have issues, I cut mine with a 60RG cutter with NO ISSUES, was just a bit careful with it, but I got a perfect cut. Okay all the review aside that bothered me, but at least these review weren't the usual complaining about it an Acid being just what it's intended to be, comparing them to potpourri (99.9% of them can't spell potpourri to begin with) and I have never in my life smelled a potpourri that smelled like an acid. I only had one of these so I can't really rate the consistency, but my burn was a little off at one point, however this is an oddly shaped smoke so I don't fault it for that. It had a fantastic draw and flavor throughout. It was sweet in the beginning, very sweet actually, I understand where the sweet complaints are coming from, but it soon faded into a balanced Acidy flavor less than an inch in. They're good, I don't know where these wacky complaints are coming from. It is what it is, and you know that going into it. It's a large oddly shaped acid blue, and it delivers exactly what you can imagine that delivering...
Anon Cigar Smoker in North America September 20, 2013
"Agh... it was so so"
Acid Extra Ordinary Larry
It was pretty good, a lot like smoking a large clove. It was good, but nothing i would jump for. My wife enjoyed the sweetness but hated the after taste. I might try more if they make a price drop.
A.j. in White Sands Missle Range September 17, 2013
"An Anti-Acid, Acid..."
An Acid cigar without training wheels...no sweet, sugary flavors, just a remarkably smooth, surprisingly mild (considering the looks of the wrapper) flavor, which does hint of chocolate influences...the first couple of puffs were exceptionally surprising, in an exceptionally good way...kind of caught me off guard...I saved the second half of this stogie to enjoy at a later date...if you ever get tired of the sweetly-infused Acids try one of these...a pleasant surprise.
A.j. in White Sands Missle Range September 17, 2013 September 9, 2013
"Must be in the mood but one of my favorites!"
Acid Cold Infusion
OK, I do not usually write reviews for cigars but continue to be surprised by the terrible reviews this little cigar gets. I will start by saying that I usually lean towards a medium to full strength non flavored cigar such as many of the Rocky Patel and Arturo Fuente cigars. I have to admit that I tried these for the unique look and the smaller size for a ?quick? smoke and fell in love with them. I have since kept a supply of the Nastys in my stock for when I know I will be outside for a shorter smoke break at weddings or general parties. The smell and smoke is generous ? hence the ?outdoor? smoke. I find that they always burn well, draw just about perfectly and have a unique flavor that changes as you get closer to the finger burning end. I finish these up with a roach clip! This cigar makes a great ?hand out? for break at a wedding with my new friends and old and goes great with a straight up Jack Daniels! For those who give it a low rating I say ? you just don?'t understand the Nasty Experience.
Dan in Middletown CT September 4, 2013
"Still my favorite"
Acid Kuba Kuba
My favorite Sunday afternoon cigar. Always consistently good burn and draw. Love the flavor.
Don in Las Vegas September 1, 2013
"Outstanding Cigar. Sweet and Aromatic."
Acid Kuba Kuba
The best cigar I have ever smoked. The wrapper is sweet and the aroma has a hint of incense. The roll is tight and burn even. A great experience.
Jeffrey Fewell in Kansas City August 30, 2013
"A Strange Experience"
Some of the best cigars I've tried were from Drew Estate, so I was open to the infamous Acid cigar. I've seen that it has a loyal following, and just as many lovers as haters. I'm no stranger to flavored cigars either, so I gave it a try.
A well constructed cigar, good draw and even burn. It's evident that a lot of inspiration and care went into the crafting of these, for this line is truly unique.
However, on first sliding it out of the cello and taking a whiff, I knew already I was in for a strange trip. I simply couldn't fathom it. What mad scientist conceived of this peculiar formula?
I lit it, and smoked it, and tried my best to surrender to it without judgement. But how, I wondered, did someone come up with this flavor? I imagined a guy's wife dumped some holiday potpourri into his humidor, and the transgression wasn't discovered for months. But the brave fellow said, I paid for these, I'm gonna smoke 'em and like 'em. And over time the taste grew on him until he started wanting more. So he proposed his idea to Drew, and they gambled on this crazy idea, and they were a hit.
The usual cigar may be said to be a very Apollonian thing, but the Acid is pure Dionysian. It's like the entire population of Rio decided to have a Carnival in your mouth. Overwhelming! Too much noise and color. I toughed it out, but only succeeded in getting two thirds finished and had to put it down. Enough! Nevermore!
CP in MA August 26, 2013
"Sickly sweet but a unique flowery taste"
Acid Deep Dish
I have smoked C-notes fairly regularly for close to a year and have found no substantial differences between different batches, it seems they always have that overly apparent sweetness for the first few minutes of smoking that gives way to an almost floral and a tad earthy taste. Perhaps it is the particular curing process acid uses that imparts that unique taste but I haven't found that specific floral effect in any other acid product, or any other cigar for that matter. C-notes always look like they were rolled by someone with only four fingers, and some look remarkably thinner than others even in the same package and I almost always get tobacco in my mouth from these; that being said, I find these so unique in flavor and aroma that I make a point to smoke them in my truck whenever I can so I can be reminded of them whenever I drive.
Armand in Nevada August 26, 2013
What the hell did I order? Awful flavor!!
Sweet and Unappealing.
RIch in Bristow August 21, 2013