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King Havano Black Knight Toro Cigar Review 2.5 Years Aged

by Bryan Glynn, September 16, 2015
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This if a 2.5 year special follow-up to the original review.  This 6×52 box pressed stick comes in with a dark chocolate mottled wrapper, a dense firm pack, very oily, toothy feel, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, triple cap and rich leather and cocoa aroma.  First light reveals a very snug draw with minimal mild-medium smoke with just a light earthy note on the draw that goes damn and ashtray like on the finish.  The first third improves slightly with a marginally better draw but requires double puffs to get smoke and flavor.  Draw flavors are a musty milk chocolate with the same through the long finish just ending at a damp earth.  Burn is very good and takes it’s time.  The 1/2 way point comes at 40 minutes, finally opening the draw to a normal amount and producing better smoke.  Body is still light with just a damp earth flavor that lingers through the long finish.  Construction is good with a very nice line and solid ash that holds on almost 2 inches.  Finishing at 1:20 the last third needed a big relight but eventually transitioned to a creamy nutmeg with a warm zingy finish before going out again.  And yep I realize I shot the side of the cigar LOL  Oops 😉

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