A mild to medium smoke with a very dense pack and hard draw. Slight burn issues in the center. Overall a toasty nutty flavor with dried fruit undertones, leaving a slightly oily peppery finish. Fast smoke, 45 min. 6×50.
Good review. Thanks for the info.
I would have to agree with you on what you said about burn issues. I can’t STAND burn issues, if it had great flavor but the burn was terrible, I almost never try the same stick again.
I am curious how long the cigar rested at 66%. The tight draw, and cannon going spongy as it burns, are characteristic of a cigar that is over-humidified. Maybe the Morado needs to be dry boxed before smoking(?)
About 9 months. My sticks are not over humidified.
I so disagree! Im on my 4th box by far the best sticks I smoke! I smoke almost only super premium cigars !
I’ve smoked these many times and I agree that these are a good cigar to use for new smokers. I’ve always had a good burn and draw throughout. You can’t help but wonder if he just got a faulty roll.
Good tasty smoke with a very mild, almost “sweet pepper” aftertaste that vanishes in a few seconds. They’ve shown up with a 92 or 93 rating, and I’m not sure they deserve that high, but they’re pretty decent and for the price a good bargain.
Nice review. I will have to try some reviews from my trailer park as well.
You provide the best cigar reviews-thanks for what you do…
You did mention this cigar had a firm draw which I really hate…however there is a chance you got a bad roll…perhaps try another or even a few in order to see if this persists…another indication may be those squeeshy spots; tunnelling and the overall lack of smoke…just a thought…
I had high hopes for this one. The flavor profile sounded interesting and the price is nice. But I also had a really tight draw. I felt like my face was going to cave in trying to get anything out of it. I’ll give it another shot though.
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