Blue Mountain Cigars Doble Capa Cigar Review
This 6 1/8×52 stick features a barberpole wrapper alternating with a dark brown and tan pattern, a fine sandpaper texture, firm even pack, minimal veins, tight seams, a few imperfections, torpedo head and nice barnyard aroma. First light reveals a very snug draw, the torpedo tip looking very snug and tight. Minimal smoke output and mild flavors of a faint wood. After sniping the head down as far as I can without it unraveling, the draw didn’t improve but thankfully the smoke output and flavor did. Flavors remain mild and go back and forth between earth and wood, as the different parts of the wrapper trade off a little bit. 30 minutes in just starting the 2nd third, draw opens up a bit, still snug but body and smoke output increase very nicely. The flavor profile is also joined by a sweet cinnamon that leaves an oily spice on the lips through the finish. With the ash holding on to the last third, the 2nd passes by dropping the wood and bringing up the sweetness on the draw. After rolling the head and loosening everything up draw is now perfect with a razor sharp burn, plentiful thick smoke output and a long earth and tobacco finish. Ending at 1:10 min the last third showed no further changes. After finishing the review, I did get quite a strength buzz and headrush from the nicotine. Thank you very much to Bluemountaincigars.com for sending this for review!