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Paul Stulac Ghost Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, February 13, 2013
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Paul Stulac Ghost Cigar Review

This 6×58 stick features a dark chocolate mottled wrapper with a couple minor veins, tight seams, slight red hue, firm even construction with a dry toothy feel, large double cap and musty damp aroma. First light reveals a zero resistance draw with tons of rich medium bodied smoke output showing an exceptionally creamy leather with a very short clean oily finish. The first third puts out similar flavors with a very rich dessert like mix, bringing a light earth to the growing finish and sweet chocolate on the draw. The 2nd third, after a couple large touchups and separating wrapper, continues the same flavor combination just pushing the finish much longer. The 1/2 way point comes 30 minutes in and unfortunately the band was problematic removing but did not damage the wrapper. Finishing the cigar up at 50 minutes where the last inch got very hot from the loose draw, flavors remained the same. Thank you very much to viewer Al for sending this one in for review!

  • walshy

    Great review as always Bryan. Never heard of this line. Gonna have to investigate where to pick up a five pack to try. Thank You

  • rocklaroc

    You can buy them at Podmancigars I’ve smoke the Angel both natural and in Maduro and they are excellent and same loose draw in them. Paul Stulac is From Halifax Nova Scotia where I currently live and I did meet him and he’s a great guy.

  • SLCigarClassy101

    I’m unsure if I’d want to pick up this one. Needs a bit too much attention and the construction issues could be a bit worse depending on the cigar. Still, if I was offered one, don’t think I’d turn it down lol. Great and honest review like always, Bryan.

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