Nat Sherman Harrington Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, July 28, 2014
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Nat Sherman Harrington Cigar Review

This 6×46 stick features a buttery soft tan wrapper with an even soft pack, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, large double cap and pungent soft hay aroma. First light reveals a loose draw with plentiful rich medium-full bodied smoke giving a very sweet, grassy tobacco and pepper kick through the long finish. The first third snugs the draw to a perfect amount, keeping the big body up to full, bringing in the pepper and spice closer to the draw, toning down the sweetness a touch while adding a smooth creamy wood and leather. 40 minutes in at the 1/2 way point flavors are still full bodied with a super creamy leather wood and cocoa combo hitting with the rather smooth pepper and spice trailing. The ash fell in a solid third chunk, draw is perfect and the burnline is razor sharp. Ending at 1:15 the last third performed flawlessly holding the same rich profile. Thank you very much to viewer Mike for sending this in to review!

 

  • John Withem

    Damn it man… now I’ve got to give these a try. Haha.
    Great review.

  • A Huge Nerd

    Must try. Keep up the good work.

  • dantheman1451

    thanks for the good cigar review

  • MongoJay

    I am kind of surprised that this is the first Nat Sherman you reviewed. Have you smoked any in your spare time?

  • gregt38

    Was close to picking one of these up. Now I definitely will. Thanks for the reveiw.

  • MongoJay

    Hey Bryan, I popped into the Nat Sherman store on 42nd and 5th here in New York. The tobacconists there loved your review.

  • John Withem

    I bought a 5 pack based on this review. WOW !!! You nailed it on this review.
    This has a very unique flavor and creamy film left on the finish. They called it a mild… but it sure was the most flavorful mild cigar I’ve had the pleasure of smoking.
    Thanks Bryan.

  • sjabari

    These definitely have a sweetened tip. The sweet flavor is too artificial for me to believe otherwise. I don’t mind it; it’s not overpowering or anything, just saying. Great review!

    • John Withem

      Nat Sherman uses sugar cane for an adhesive, That’s why it’s sweet.

    • I agree the sweetened tip (regardless of whether or not it is sugar cane) is a bit off putting regarding a hand made cigar. The sweetness interferes with the enjoyment of the flavors offered up by this cigar. Construction and draw were fine of mine.

  • Quadfour44

    Living in NYC this is my favorite every day cigar, love going to Nat Sherman in Manhattan to relax and smoke in there shop… Great place… I’m not a fan of 60 ring guages but this cigar in 60 ring called “Hyde” is smooth as butter. The name of this Nat Sherman cigar is “HOST” Great review Brian ( as always) I’v only been smoking cigars for about a year and I’m always raving about this cigar made me feel good that you felt the same way.

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