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Like many, I bought this cigar based on the reviews of others. I had built up a list of expectations about this cigar and when it came up on the monster-mash I couldn t resist ordering a 5-pack.
The cigar begins with a musky yet muted mild flavor.
After the first inch, the adventure begins. Texture is incredible, quite lovely in fact. Smooth and silky but not too thick. Creamy flavor with a barnyard hay musky aroma. The room notes are more complex than the first inch.
About half way into this Liga Undercrown, the show begins. Changes in flavor, complexity, delicious flavors. Mild-Medium-Mild-Medium are the variations.
I had smoked this cigar in the cold and I am certain that if I were in a lounge, this cigar would be much better. I am pleased. The burn has some slight issues and I did have to adjust a few times. But the draw is incredible! Beautiful wrapper and construction is decent.
Marzuk in Atlanta February 7, 2014
"very good flavors, but.."
the BURN was bad, i needed to touch up really often, its was very annoying. flavorwise: from the beginning to the end.. the flavors are creamy pepper, earth,leather, lttle bit of dark chocolate, with a lovely sweet aroma.
very good smoke, hope that the next 1 will be burn a lot better.
Raz in Israel September 25, 2013
"They really are that good!"
I honestly don't know why I even bother buying anything else.
A in Allentown, PA September 11, 2013
Beautiful maduro wrapper! A flavorful medium bodied smoke with notes of a creamy peppery earth and tobacco with a long zingy finish. The first third changes things up, going to a smooth creamy sweet bread and cola like quality. Smoked it until my fingers burned!
Brian in Costa Mesa, CA November 24, 2012
"very good, almost a #9"
wonderful smoke; not a Liga #9, but very good and fairly priced
dcmoore in arizona January 5, 2012
"leather, spice, barn... TONS of smoke"
Impeccable build. Medium some complexity. Lots of tabbacco, tons of smoke. Beautiful first draw. The only better than keeping for yourself is knowing that (for now anyway) they are available enough to share with friends.
matt in indy December 15, 2011