Piano Fuerte Sonata Double Corona Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, October 26, 2009
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Piano Fuerte Sonata Double Corona Cigar Review

This 6×60 stick from Piano Fuerte came in a light tan wrapper with good firm construction and a smooth finish. Lasting just over an hour, it offered a fairly plain flavor profile but with a few good distinct transitions. Flavors included creamy leather, deep earthiness, cinnamon and a nice pepper & spice kick through the finish. This is a fairly spicy stick all the way down, with the core flavors changing through the thirds nicely. It was medium-full bodied but never overpowering – no buzz at all. Burn was almost razor sharp all the way down, the ash holding on for an inch between clean drops. The draw was just on the firm side with perfect resistance for slow nice pulls. The smoke volume was light till the last third, at which point it because voluminous and rich. Thank you very much to Piano Fuerte Cigars for donating this sample for review!

  • Jason Anderson

    I saw the article and went into their lounge and I have to say I was inpressed. Solid construction and great flavor.

  • Glad you liked it too! I’ll have to stop in and see them when I get a chance!

  • Kace

    Is a firm draw something cigar companies intentionaly go for with their cigars or is it something that happens from time to time depending on the tightness of the wrap?

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