Man O’ War Little Devil Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 21, 2012
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Man O’ War Little Devil Cigar Review

This 5.5×44 stick features a mottled dark chocolate wrapper with an even spongy give, slightly oily and toothy feel, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, double cap and rich chocolate and hay aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with big medium-full bodied flavors of a very peppery and spicy creamy earth and chocolate with a long finish. The first third burns fairly quickly at 15 minutes, continuing the same great performance and flavor profile added to by a sweet caramel on the draw, mixing nicely with the rest. The 2nd third ends with no changes, continuing the perfect performance. Ending at 55 min, a bit of strength snuck in as it burned past the band, keeping the same flavor profile. Thank you to for sending this in for review!

  • puffrey

    Ive been curious about the MOW Side Projects and anxiously awaiting a review from you to give me the green light! Sounds like AJ hit another homerun.
    In your opinion is this stick comparable to any of the other MOW lines?

    • I’d say it’s close to the Unholy Cocktail, but not as potent or complex.

      • Rico

        Wow!! I was thinking the same thing. It’s pretty
        Close to a diesel unholy cocktail and think its
        Cause of the pensylvania broadleaf

  • JJO

    Nice review. To me, this was like a smoother and slightly sweeter version of the Puro Authentico, with a little less strength and spice. An enjoyable stick for sure, but my favorite of the Side Projects is the Phalanx.

    Thanks Bryan, and have a very Merry Christmas!

  • playersrun1

    have one of these in the humi…looking forward to smoking it, as ive liked the other MOW’s ive tried.

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