Vudu Sacrifice No. 7 is a stunningly crafted toro by J. Fuego, weaving a spell of flavor from its rich mix of Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos. Wrapped in Corojo leaf, you'll be under its spicy charms in no time. Packed in a vacuum seal humidor jar with Boveda pack and delivered fresh. Order now!
Great everyday smoke. Awesome jaridor and a boveda pack to put icing on the cake. Need I say more?!
Very nice burn ,even all the way. spice but mild. never judge this stick by the price ill be procuring more.
First I d like to say that this is overall rated low because someone put an incredibly low rating of 24 on it that really messed up the rating. I m not sure what Lennon from Boston was expecting, but for the price it really out performed what I expected. I usually go for Dominican Republic Maduro sticks, but decided to try these, since I have had other Vudu line cigars and liked them as well.I like to test the construction of a cigar by cutting it like I was going to smoke it, then play a few hours of video games. I know it sounds strange, but I m 57 years old and retired so it s just something I do. If it holds together during the session without starting to unwrap or the natural draw through the cigar doesn t start to get harder to pull, it passes. This passed the test with flying colors both unlit and lit.The taste. I expected a lighter tobacco flavor from this, but it has a deeper taste both in my video game test and actual smoking of the cigar. If the flavor is close to the unlit flavor it passes. As you can see, I gave it a 90. The burn was even, the ash was great, and in my experience with these did not get harsh or hot draws towards the end of the sticks.If you want an economical smoke that doesn t taste bad, these will serve the purpose well. If you want a Davidoff, buy a Davidoff.