Zino Classic No.1 Cigar Review
This 6.2×44 stick features a light brown butter soft wrapper with a soft pack, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, sloppy double cap and faint tobacco aroma. First light reveals a pretty snug draw with good medium bodied smoke output showing a bitter wood on the draw with a gritty substantial but short finish of the same. The first third does drop the bitterness just settling to a slightly gritty wood with a long finish. Burn and draw are very good although the ash drops after 1/2″. 35 minutes by the 1/2 way point flavors are joined by a slightly sweet nuttiness and pepper through the finish, with a bit of an oily spice left over. The ash is now hanging normally falling every inch. Going back to a flaky short ash, it got me in the lap twice! Ending at the hour mark it showed no further changes. Thank you very much to viewer Scott Hill for sending this is for review!