1502 Emerald Torpedo Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 17, 2013
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1502 Emerald Torpedo Cigar Review

This 6.5×52 box pressed stick features a dark tan firmly packed wrapper with a dry rough toothy feel, a couple small veins, tight invisible seams and a rich peppery wood aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with plentiful rich thick full bodied smoke output with flavors of a slick oily peppery earth combo with a long zingy finish. The first third drops the ash very short in 1/2″ chunks with great burn and draw keeping the full flavored combo going on. It produces a thick rich light earth, a good bit of cream and pepper with a zing over the tongue. Hitting the 1/2 way point 45 minutes in construction is still excellent while the flavors mellow just a touch to a medium-full body, shifting to a deeper general earthiness and a big pepper flavor without any spice or zest. The finish is still long and rich while the ash continues to be very short and fluffy. Ending at 1:20 the last third brings a touch of creme to the draw while it also helps sooth the slight pepper through the finish. Construction remains great and a good medium touch of strength joins in after the band. Thank you very much to 1502 for providing this sample for review!

 

  • Guy

    Hi there Bryan,
    A very interesting cigar ,the 1502,Can’t
    wait to try It.Thank you for the review.
    Guy in France

    • Dross Covan

      Me too, I am ordering the three combo for twenty bucks, good deal yes

  • PAG

    That sounds like too much pepper for me, but I have a smoking buddy and a brother who would love it.

  • Sylvester

    By the way, one more thing: I find myself liking every cigar with a double claro wrapperEmerald Torpedo I have ever encountered.

  • Dross Covan

    Looks good

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