Blue Mountain Cigars El Threesome Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, June 19, 2011
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Blue Mountain Cigars El Threesome Cigar Review

This 6×60 cigar is made of three different wrappers stacked in thirds. Starting at the foot with Connecticut, then Habano then maduro at the head. It features a butter soft feel, a few small veins, tight seams, double cap and a pungent barnyard aroma at all spots. First light reveals a small amount of smoke but nice rich oily medium bodied flavors of a sweet creamy textured earth, with a long finish adding a bit of pepper zing. 20 minutes in, just 1/2 way through the first third, flavors are the same as the first light but down in body just a touch to mild-medium. Draw and burn are perfect, with the ash just a bit flaky. 55 minutes in at the 1/2 way point, the flavors are pretty much the same as the first third, just adding a small touch of coffee to the mix. Ending at 1:40, the last third did not want to burn. As soon it it got to the maduro it went out, prompting two relights in the last third, drastically effecting flavors. Thank you very much to Bluemountaincigars.com for sending this for review!

  • JJO

    Nice concise and informative review. It sounded decent until the last third. Do you happen to know if they come in other sizes or what the pricing is? The link leads to the ever popular “website under construction” page.

    • No I don’t have any more info, you’ll need to call them.

  • Blue

    Bryan Thanks for the review. JJo, we have the El Threesome in the 6×60 size alone. We have it priced at retail wholesale per bundle and also per box. Are you a retailer or an individual consumer? Here is my phone number if you would like more info 305-603-8177 and my name is Raul. Thanks!

    • JJO

      Raul,

      Sorry, I didn’t check back on this section until now. I am an individual consumer, but the 60RG is just out of my comfort zone.

      Thanks for your reply!

  • User Name

    Makes me want ice cream. Would be interesting if they made it in a lancero.

  • Bill

    Great review,if a cigar is made bad is there anything you can do to make it at least smokeable.I am talking about really soft cigars when I get them You said that drawing to much or to often can make a cigar like that.But what if they are already like that?

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