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CO 1st Third Cigar Pre-Order And Review

by Bryan Glynn, August 3, 2015
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We are VERY near the official launch of the CO 1st Third cigar, first in a series of limited releases from CigarObsession and Blanco Cigars!  Full production will be available by the end of August 2015. This 6×52 box-pressed stick (my pre-production is not) features an oily, satin finished firmly packed dark brown wrapper with small veins, tight invisible seams, mottled markings, a large double cap and pungent cocoa pepper and earth aroma. First light reveals a great draw with medium-full bodied smoke showing a very slick smooth slightly sweet earth followed by the same finish plus a tough of zing pepper.  The first third develops to a smooth medium body of the same profile while the finish grows very long, lasting well to the next draw.  Hitting the 1/2 way point at 35 minutes the 2nd third drops the earth going to a smooth sweet creamy cocoa on the draw keeping the same long finish.  Ending at 1:10 the last third shifted the sweetness to notes of cinnamon joining the cocoa while the finished dropped the pepper going to a smooth light earth.

To pre-order your 5-packs click the link below.  You will receive 5% off AND free shipping!  When the production units start to ship, the pre-order special will end.

ORDER HERE

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