Blanco Cigars Reviews
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Blanco Cigars Reviews
The 6x52 stick features a smooth, oily, brown wrapper with no visible veins. It also has a tight construction and triple cap. It is easy to see the perfect draw from the first light. The smoke is medium-bodied and thick, with sweet tobacco flavors. The construction was perfect and there were no flavor changes. It took only 20 minutes to complete the third puff. The ash is stable for many inches, and the smoke production is thick and rich. As the ash heats up, it develops a dry, nutty taste. It's a Connecticut smoke with a very distinctive flavor.
Blanco Cigars Liga Exclusiva Cigar Review
The wrapper for the 6.5x54 torpedostick is dark tan and slightly dry. It has very few veins and is soft and smooth. It draws well from the first light. Medium-bodied flavors are medium bodied, dry tobacco with a little sweetness and pepper zing. They last for a long time. The first third of the cigarette takes only 15 minutes to burn. The ash is clean and straight, with a perfect burn line and flawless draw. The smoke is rich and full-flavored, with medium sweet notes of sweet tobacco. There are also subtle notes of earth and spice. It has a smooth finish with some pepper and spice. The second third slows down your burn by adding the ash after each of them. It is the exact same flavor as the first, and has the perfect construction. It was consistent all through the process, even when it reached a temperature of one hour and a quarter that burnt my lips. Blanco Cigars, thank-you for the sample! This new blend is not yet available on the website. Contact them directly to inquire about availability or visit your local store.
Blanco Liga Exclusiva de Familia Torpedo Maduro Cigar Review
Dark brown wrapper covers the 6.5x54-inch stick. The wrapper is firm and thick with no veins or tight seams. It also has a dense feel and mild sweet cedar aroma. It has a moderate draw and medium-full flavor. The finish is long and oily. The third adds a nice spice kick to the end. The tongue is infused with heat and zing. At the 30 minute mark, it's smooth and consistent. The final bit of the cigar lost its sweetness, and it shifted to a more earthy flavor with a creamier end. It also lost its pepper and spice. Blancocigars.com for the sample!
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