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Cordoba & Morales Grand Solomone Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, November 15, 2012
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Cordoba & Morales Grand Solomone Cigar Review

I’m very embarrassed, I accidentally produced this originally with the wrong name, getting it mixed up with another special unbanded cigar. The video has been corrected along with this post and link below!

This 7x~56 perfecto shaped stick features a very complex cross-hatch striped wrapper consisting of several different strips in a beautiful presentation. It has minimal veins, an even spongy pack and pungent hay aroma. First light reveals a smooth mild-medium grassy flavor profile with good smoke output and an easy draw. The first third quickly develops to a richer more complex blend showing coffee, cedar, a bit of tobacco and pepper – almost changing draw to draw. Body is medium and construction is flawless. The ash holds on a couple inches at a time and the finish is long and smooth. Ending at 1:35 the last bit continued the same profile! Thank you to my good friends at Cordoba & Morales for hooking me up with these!

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