Very heavy draw, little smoke. Mild flavor giving slight woody notes with a touch of pepper during the first 1/2, changing to a slightly nutty flavor during the second. Great burn, slow smoke, 1 hour stick. 6×50.
First 1/2 was all leather with a spice at the end of the short finish. Second 1/2 the leather turned to roasted nuts. Medium body, light smoke, light pack – fast smoke, 45 min. Excellent draw and burn. 6.2×52 Torpedo.
A mild to medium smoke with a very dense pack and hard draw. Slight burn issues in the center. Overall a toasty nutty flavor with dried fruit undertones, leaving a slightly oily peppery finish. Fast smoke, 45 min. 6×50.
Alec Bradley Tempus Imperator Torpedo Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, April 11, 2009
Started with a slightly nutty flavor with a small kick of spice at the end of the short finish. Flavor changed to cocoa and toasty nuts, with a hint of fruit and oil on the lips. Medium body, light smoke. Good burn, good draw on the light side. Smooth but … Continue reading →
Great draw on the firm side, very good burn. Started medium-full ended medium. Started with a spicy finish that went away by final 3rd. Started chocolate and nutty ended nutty and coffee with oil.
This stick offered a nice slow burn with a mild-medium toasty flavor, growing slightly oily at the end. Ã‚Â The first half featured a slightly nutty caramel taste, with a short, dry finish.
This is a line from the Bahamas, offering a fast smoke with a mild-medium body of slightly nutty an oily toasty smoke. The burn was not very good, the draw on the firm side. The taste got a bit more complex to the end.
This is a very enjoyable medium bodied smoke, giving a woody solid flavor with a little pepper and spice with a slight oil texture and long finish. A great everyday cigar for me.
This was a very nice medium bodied, woody, earthy 5×50 smoke with a slightly sweet dried fruit note. Very smooth and cool, the smoke was rich and thick. It has a perfect draw and burn from beginning to end. Available as a cosmetic factory second called X-Out Liga “D”.
Perdomo Slow Aged Lot No. 826 Churchill Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 27, 2009
This stick offered a very loose draw with a mild profile of slightly toasty dry notes and a very dry short finish. A fast burner, with a warm smoke. Watch the video for ‘give-away’ details!
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This is an average looking chocolate brown smoke, producing a good amount of mild-medium bodied flavor with a great draw. Overall flavor profile was toasty and smooth with hints of pepper and fruit.
Rocky Patel Fusion MM Double Maduro Toro Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 17, 2009
This is a special line from RP, blending two full wrappers in the construction, replacing the traditional bland binder with a second outter wrapper leaf. Ã‚Â It was overall a mild-medium, very smooth and oily smoke, with a hint of pepper on the finish and a very slight sweetness and nuttiness … Continue reading →
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