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Feb 22

Joya de Nicaragua Cabinetta No. 7 Cigar Review

Posted on Monday, February 22, 2010 in Cigar Reviews

Joya de Nicaragua Cabinetta No. 7 Cigar Review

This 6×50 stick offers a two-tone wrapper consisting of a natural light tan shade covering the first 75%, and the last 25% wrapped in a dark chocolate maduro leaf. With a very loose, effortless draw, it puts out a terrific amount of smoke. Starting with a slightly bitter wood flavor it finished long with a hint of coffee and touch of pepper. The 2nd third brought the coffee up just a bit and added a little creaminess, dropping much of the pepper. By the start of the last third it had turned to a slightly sweet, creamy coffee as the predominant flavor and just gave a hint of the typical connecticut woodiness. The stick was finished 1:20 in with about 1″ of the maduro remaining. Only about 15 min of the maduro section is smokeable before getting very warm and soft. Surprisingly the body went down a bit and flavors mellowed out once the transition was made. Flavors changed to just a mild, oily coffee with the ash holding on tight for about 1 1/2″ at a time showing white and light grey bands. Burn was flawless all the way down. Thank you very much to Drew Estate for sending this in for review, I greatly appreciate it!

  • http://www.examiner.com/x-17216-Tampa-Cigar-Examiner Tom Ufer

    Sounds like a very interesting cigar. I am surprised to hear about the last third’s taste and construction.

  • JJO

    I love this in the #11 corona gorda size, and the lancero, if you can find it, is even better. Great morning stick.