Diamond Crown MAXIMUS Figurado TAA 2010 Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 26, 2015
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Fair warning, this is a very hard to find cigar, but one I wanted to try today.  It has over 5 years of age on it and was produced for the Toast Across America 2010, not available for general purchase.  It features a dark chocolate mottled wrapper with an oily, firm even smooth pack, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a 6×54 perfecto shape and has a barely noticeable cedar aroma.  First light reveals a perfect draw with silky smooth mild-medium bodied smoke showing flavors of slightly sweet and zingy wood followed by a long creamy textured finish of the same. The first third burns perfectly, keeping the same profile but bringing it up to a solid medium body. Hitting the 1/2 way point at 35 minutes, adding a sweet cocoa and cinnamon to the mix followed by a bigger creamy cedar through the long finish. The ash holds for a solid chunk almost to the band point. Finishing up at 1:20, the last third held the same profile continuing the body climb to medium-full with no strength. Thank you very much to viewer Mike for sending this to review!

  • Darin A. Marshall

    That was great!! I’m just north of you in Spring Hill. I know what you were going through. Lol Great review! You just have to experience it here in Florida.

  • My favorite review!

  • I miss Clearwater Beach .. Might be down there soon!

  • kegsandeggs

    I’m not a big fan of limited cigars. Seems you would have to spend hundreds of dollars a month just to keep up on all the new ones coming out. Sometimes you have to preorder them without knowing what it taste like so you can get a few before they sell out. Just a short rant on part of the industry I don’t care for.

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