Excellent all around smoke. I ve been smoking CAO MX2 for a lot of years. Never had a bad experience.
excellent smoke, Burns well and even.
It s a full strength cigar and it s double maduro but the taste is smooth and silky sweet and it doesn t punch you like a full strength cigar would do. You just feel nice when smoking this cigar even though the size is massive and it takes abut 1 hour 45 mins to finish.
I came to this cigar from Camacho?s Triple Maduro. In comparison this cigar had the best draw of any cigar I?ve ever smoked. It?s flavor wasn?t as bold as the Camacho, but was amazing non the less. It also wasn?t as strong as the Camacho which may be better for those interested in traditional maduro flavors, but don?t want to fall over after a single cigar like the Camacho Triple maduro. It had a perfect appearance and burned very well for a box pressed cigar. It?s the first cigar in awhile I nearly burned my mustache on from smoking it to the nub. I think this cigar is certainly worth purchasing and hopefully if you do decide to buy some you like them as much as I do.
These are great when you crave maduro. Very flavorful.
Enjoy everything about this. My Go To cigar. The flavor, draw, burn and consistency is always dependable and an excellent smoke.
Although I m not usually a maduro Person the MX2 was outstanding!Got one in a sample pack and ordered a box after smoking this gem!
This MX2 Dagger the most amazing small cigar I ve ever had. I often share them with friends and they always get extremely high praise. I ve been smoking these little guys in my hot tub and on my deck while grilling for more than five years and I ve yet to experience an issue with poor draw. I give it 9 out of 10 for it s class!
I smoked this cigar for the first time tonight. I'd never had a CAO before but I was curious so I picked up the Mx2 box press. Boy am I glad I did! I've only been smoking cigars for about a month and the Mx2 is by far my favorite of all the cigars I've tried. Great burn and draw, and a decent amount of billowy smoke. I didn't experience the wrapper issues until the very end I smoked it the nub! but the box press is a bit spongy to the touch. I honestly didn't want to put this cigar down. I see a lot of sites list it as a medium-full bodied cigar. I disagree. Its a solid medium. Its not at all overpowering at in strength or flavor. I loved it so much I bought another on the way out.
The cigar visibly was well constructed. It did burn a bit uneven, but I was smoking outside on a windy day. I was able to get it evened up without using the lighter. I thought the flavor profile was solid and my golfing partner even remarked at how good it smelled. IT'S not a Cuban and not a Padron, but for the price, I thought it was well worth the money. Just a step behind the Kristoff and Cain maduros which are smokes I'm pretty familiar with and enjoy immensely and use to measure against other cigars.