Sobremesa Cervantes Fino Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, April 13, 2016
  • Cigar And Pipes Smokin' Deals

This 6.25×46 stick features a dark brown slightly red hued oily wrapper with a firm even pack, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, triple cap and a zesty sweet pepper, earth and charcoal aroma.  First light reveals a perfect draw with thick dusty medium bodied smoke showing flavors of a smooth sweet light earthy and dry tobacco with a clean short finish.  The first third burns very well but quickly with flavors going to a bigger sweet tobacco, almost a cherry level of taste.  The smoke is thick and rich but the finish is short and clean.  The 1/2 way point comes around 30 minutes with the same overall profile however the retrohale brings out a specific zingy meatiness like a charcoal grilled steak.  It’s no strong but very prevalent on the draw.  Ending at just over an hour, the last third keeps the same flavors giving a very consistent performance all the way down.

  • whtshadow5@msn.com

    Hey Bryan..You still have not made reference to the white ash…Having smoked cigars for aprox. 50 years on and off, there was always a comment made that a white ash meant quality tobaccos were used in that particular cigar.I even remember my father who was a Havana smoker saying the same.

    • You say ‘still’ like i was supposed to do it or something LOL The ash color has to do with the particular minerals found in the field of growth. It has no direct correlation to the smoking experience such as burn quality or particular flavors, but looks nice sometimes 🙂 I’ve talked about it and it’s been detailed in several of my videos such as the factory tours and talks with manufacturers, live shows, etc. over the years.

Get Email Updates Of New Posts

  • SmokeInn
  • CigarsOfHabanos
  • Villiger Cigars
  • 1st Class
  • Drew Estate

My Other Sites

My Motovlog:
TwoWheelObsession.com
My Photography:
BGPictures.com