Puros Indios Viejo Presidente Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 16, 2009
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Puros Indios Viejo Presidente Cigar Review

This 7×48 stick offered a dark tam wrapper showing a fairly firm wrap and lots of texture to the leaf. The burn had several points that needed touchups, but by the last third it calmed down and was pretty straight on it’s own. Flavors had several transitions along with the body. Starting off mild with notes of sweet tobacco, touches of leather and pepper, going to a plainer earthiness and dropping the pepper, then finishing with nice medium body smooth coffee flavors. Total burn time to just past the band was 1 hour. The draw changed from firm to loose at about the 1/2 way point, neither being a problem or difficult to smoke. Actual smoke production picked up dramatically in the last third. Photography by BG Pictures.

  • frank basile

    i got some of theses cigars from cigar.com i was very happy they hand rolled cigar was on the money well made cigar i enjoyed it it was the fierst for me from puros indio vego for me it was very good two thumbs up on this cigar

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