Padilla Achilles Corojo Edicion Especial 2006 Torpedo Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, October 29, 2012
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Padilla Achilles Corojo Edicion Especial 2006 Torpedo Cigar Review

This 6×54 stick features a very smooth oily dark tan wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, firm even dense pack and a rich oily wood aroma. First light reveals a snug draw with minimal smoke output giving mild-medium bodied flavors of a sweet leather and smooth tobacco with an oily finish. 15 minutes in the first inch goes by keeping the same performance easing the draw slightly, and producing a very good burn. Hitting the 1/2 way point at 40 minutes the leather has faded just leaving a sweet smooth tobacco core. Ending at 1:190 minutes the last third brings up the body to medium, the smoke output increased and the flavors shift to a creamy caramel and tobacco. Thank you very much to viewer Alex for sending this in for review!

  • Justin

    Bryan, forget about those who feel justified in coming onto your site and criticizing you. They can just go…..well they can go do unpleasant things to themselves! Keep up the tremendous work, you are the only reviewer I go to daily to see if you have anything new and one of the handful who isn’t a too cocky or take themselves too seriously for my liking. I appreciate all your effort in your site, consistent reviews, personality and your incentives. You are the best by far in my opinion. I guess any site that meets with some success attracts their fair share of Arse Knuckles.

  • steve c

    ^^^^^ What he said. Keep up the good work.

  • badforme

    I look at it this way. One of the things you evaluate is how long the ash holds on for. To find this out you will often have to wait until it unexpectedly drops off. It’s ridiculous to think that this was being staged just to amuse viewers.

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