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Henry Clay Rustic Cheroot Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 15, 2018
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Henry Clay Rustic Cheroot Cigar Review – This 5 5/8×38 stick features a rustic lumpy roll with an oily satin feel, dark chocolate mottled wrapper with medium veins, tight seams, large single pigtail cap, closed foot and musty cocoa aroma.  First light reveals a perfect draw with plumed of thick medium-full bodied smoke showing a strong coffee, dark cocoa, pepper and smooth oily smoke with a short clean slightly bitter finish.  The first third burns perfectly, a bit on the fast side with the same intense flavor profile adding a longer finish and growing pepper intensity.  The 1/2 way point comes quickly at 20 minutes with no changes, dropping a solid ash.  Ending at 35 minutes where it got hot, the last third dropped most of the pepper and cocoa going to a deep smooth earth with a slight dark roast coffee.

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