Man O’ War Puro Authentico Corona Cigar Review
This 5×42 cigar features a dark brown wrapper with small veins, tight invisible seams, a very firm oily slightly toothy wrapper and a sweet soapy aroma. It also has a closed foot and pigtail cap. First light reveals a perfect draw with copious amounts of thick chewy smoke, medium-full body flavors of a sweet deep earth with a citrus zing and pepper on the finish. The first third has very unique flavors of a salty meat, a deep earth and a long finish of black and cayenne pepper with an oily sweetness left on the lips. Body is almost full with rich thick smoke and everything is butter smooth. 15 minutes in the heat REALLY builds! It’s exactly like eating very hot chicken wings and smearing the sauce all over your lips. It builds, reaching a peak about 20 seconds after the draw. 30 minutes in the draw flavors shift to a deep oily peppery earth, and the finish changes dropping much of the spicy heat for a big black pepper zing that washes over the tongue. The burn and draw are perfect and the ash held on solid to the 1/2 way point. 45 minutes in I note that this a dyed cigar, and it’s getting on my fingers, lips and shirt. Ending at 1 hour the last third showed no further changes. Thank you very much to YouTube viewer Juvethegreat86 for sending me this to try!