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Blue Mountain Cigars Anniversario Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 23, 2011
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Blue Mountain Cigars Anniversario Cigar Review

This 5×50 robusto sized cigar features a dual wrapper, the first half a smooth soft tan connecticut, the upper a dark chocolate, toothy oily maduro, both with a firm even pack and very rich hay and barnyard aroma. First light reveals a snug draw putting off a decent amount of smoke but it’s very dense with medium-full body flavors of a big creamy smooth and oily sweet wood with a long finish of the same. The first third drops the sweetness, going to a combination of a grassy and burned coffee draw, to a smooth oily wood on the finish. Draw opened up to perfect, producing plenty of smooth smoke. 30 minutes in at the 1/2 way and band transition point, the cigar completely changes to a caramel, tobacco and pepper on the draw with smooth deep tobacco, pepper and spice through the long finish. Ending at 50 minutes where it got too hot for my taste, the last bit shifted flavors a touch, just dropping the caramel sweetness on the draw allowing the wood to come up, mixing well with the tobacco pepper and spice. Thank you very much to BlueMountainCigars.com for sending this in!

  • JJO

    Another nice review. What is your impression of these dos capas (mulattos, I guess) that aren’t of the barber pole type. With the barber poles, the wrappers are combined throughout, but with these, it would seem to cause an abrupt shift in flavors that might lack continuity. Sort of like smoking two different cigars one after another?

    • Exactly right – barberpoles are just a new blend – these give transitions. As long as the distinct portions taste good, sure why not do it? I tend to like them since I like transitions, I get bored with one dimensional cigars. Just my opinion!

  • User Name

    I like the fact that they split the cigar 50/50 with the the wrapper so that you actually get to taste the maduro burn. Wish the Joya De Nicaragua Cabinettas were like that.

    Never heard of these people, though. Do they make “house blends” for B&Ms mostly? Wondering how to nab some.

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