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Caddyshack Golf Tournament Connecticut Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 3, 2012
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Caddyshack Golf Tournament Connecticut Cigar Review

This 7×50 churchill sized stick was produced for the 2011 Caddyshack Golf tournament and features a tan wrapper with a very soft spongy but even pack, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, double cap, glove soft leather like feel and pungent hay aroma. First light reveals a snug draw with plenty of medium-full body smoke giving flavors of a rich bitter oily grass flavor with a long finish. The first third drops the bitterness and settles to a mild-medium slightly sweet grass with a bit of a roughness and very short clean finish. Draw is a bit better just on the snug side, smoke output and burn are both very good. The wrapper has split a bit at the foot but the binder is holding just fine. 40 minutes in at the 1/2 way point the ash has fallen twice, body is at a mild-medium and flavors are just a slightly rough wood with a heavy aftertaste. Ending at 1:35 most of the remainder of the stick was more of the same, only changing to a sweet coffee flavor at the very end when it got very hot. Thank you very much to viewer Ben Widener for sending this in along with the Maduro version from a little while back!

  • DJIce

    The Maduro sounded better. I’ve only smoked one cigar my whole life so I have no idea what to try. Going to my local shop soon and seeing what they say.

  • rkje615

    So you are saying it sucked…..no surprise. I’m just not as eloquent as you are….

    • For me and it sounds like you…yup! BUT I guarantee for everything I don’t like there’s someone that does and visa versa. That’s why I just review the cigar and report what I get.

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