Quesada Selección España Lancero Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, January 19, 2016
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This 7×38 stick features a dark brown firm wrapper with small veins, a rustic lumpiness, tight invisible seams, a triple cap and a damp earthy aroma.  First light reveals a rock hard draw luckily putting out good medium-full bodied smoke.  It’s smooth and oily but has a big bitter earth and coffee profile with a touch of pepper joining on the finish.  The first third burns perfectly, dropping the ash quite short but with a sharp burn.  Flavors change very little, the bitterness almost going away with the dark coffee dominating and the pepper larger through the long finish.  The 1/2 way point comes at 35 minutes complete with still a snug draw and disgusting tar balls from it.  Flavors are still almost the same, with the bitterness finally dropping off at least.  Strength is starting to come in at a mild-medium.  Finishing at 1:10 the last third stuck with a coffee core but added a nice cinnamon to the mix which lasted through the finish with the slight pepper zing mingling around.  It got plugged with tar again near the band point and I put it down early. Thank you to viewer Scott for sending this to review!

  • danb6177

    Ahh an espresso machine. Thats what brought you out to walmart. It was nice to meet you sorry i didnt have much time was in a rush to finish up and get kids from school. Will have to get together and herf sometime.

  • charlie

    There is a plugged lancero epidemic this year! :-/ That tar build up can be fixed with a second or third cut.

    This cigar shines on the retrohale btw.

  • Jay Reiniger

    Love me some lance!

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