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Acid Kuba Arte Water Tower Limited Edition Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, August 5, 2019
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Acid Kuba Arte Water Tower Limited Edition Cigar Review – This 5 13/16 x 54 belicoso shaped stick features an almost black, thick maduro wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a very oily feeling toothy texture and pungent trademark Acid infused aroma, not unlike the standard Kuba line.  First light reveals a perfect draw with plumes of thick medium-full bodied notes that come out after a few puffs of the sweetened tip wearing down, of sweet natural light earth combined with a the signature potpourri christmas mix of the Kuba lineup.  25 minutes later with ash dropping in long solid chunks, construction is flawless and the artificial flavor starts to die down, revealing the tobacco flavors of maduro sweetness, a decent black pepper bite and milk chocolate, with a not longer finish lasting to the next draw.  Ending at 55 minutes to the nub, flavors slightly shift to a dark chocolate, heavy deep almost bitter earth and slight black pepper on the finish. This video is sponsored by https://montefortunacigars.com

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