Reviewing cigars and the lifestyle surrounding them.
"HC Series Habano2" Robusto (5x50)  CC Rating:94
This beautiful box pressed cigar had a smooth dark chocolate wrapper with no tooth and nearly invisible veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of musty sweet tobacco with chocolate and faint pepper notes. The ash was a very nice white color and stacked wonderfully. The burn was razor sharp for the entire stick, never needing a second thought. The draw had just the right amount of resistance, providing tons of thick and rich medium-full bodied smoke.The first third was providing flavors of sweet tobacco and faint chocolate and pepper notes on the draw with a woody character mixing with caramel on the finish. The smoke from this stick was very creamy and smooth. A very well blended cigar. The second third consisted of sweet caramel and tobacco notes with faint wood, pepper and nutty notes on the draw, with the finish consisting of that great smooth and creamy pepper and wood flavor. This cigar has a wonderful aged flavor to its profile. The aroma coming off of the foot had a slightly floral and chocolate aroma which was very pleasant. The box press that Xikar decided to go with was a very nice shape and felt very nice in the mouth. The final third continued with amazing smoothness in its flavor profile. The draw consisted of creamy caramel and chocolate notes and the finish was showing flavors of creamy coffee and nutty notes. The Habano2 is a cigar that I would recommend for anyone!  Great flavors and construction equals a great cigar! Stay Toasting!

"HC Series Habano2" Robusto (5x50)  CC Rating:94

This beautiful box pressed cigar had a smooth dark chocolate wrapper with no tooth and nearly invisible veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of musty sweet tobacco with chocolate and faint pepper notes. The ash was a very nice white color and stacked wonderfully. The burn was razor sharp for the entire stick, never needing a second thought. The draw had just the right amount of resistance, providing tons of thick and rich medium-full bodied smoke.The first third was providing flavors of sweet tobacco and faint chocolate and pepper notes on the draw with a woody character mixing with caramel on the finish. The smoke from this stick was very creamy and smooth. A very well blended cigar. The second third consisted of sweet caramel and tobacco notes with faint wood, pepper and nutty notes on the draw, with the finish consisting of that great smooth and creamy pepper and wood flavor. This cigar has a wonderful aged flavor to its profile. The aroma coming off of the foot had a slightly floral and chocolate aroma which was very pleasant. The box press that Xikar decided to go with was a very nice shape and felt very nice in the mouth. The final third continued with amazing smoothness in its flavor profile. The draw consisted of creamy caramel and chocolate notes and the finish was showing flavors of creamy coffee and nutty notes. The Habano2 is a cigar that I would recommend for anyone!  Great flavors and construction equals a great cigar! Stay Toasting!

Thursday, August 2, 2012
"Montecristo" No.5 (4x40) (Cuban)
 This small cuban cigar had a slightly oily, golden brown wrapper with virtually no tooth or veins present. The pre lit aroma consisted of cedar with peppery tobacco notes. The ash was dark grey in color and the burn was fantastic for the entire stick. The draw was perfect, producing tons of creamy smooth, full bodied smoke. The smoke coming off the foot of this cigar had a very nice floraly aroma. The first third provided flavors of leather and earth notes on the draw with a faintly sweet creamy coffee note on the finish. Reaching the second third, the coffee which was previously on the finish was now present on the draw. The earth faded away, however the leather was still a major flavor in the cigars profile. The flavors really came together to create a great blend consisting of faintly sweet coffee with leather and faint wood notes on the draw with the leather and peppery wood continuing into the finish. No more major transitions were present for the final third. The only noticable change was the creamy and smooth character which continued to get even more smooth and creamy as i was reaching the nub. A pepper note was ramping up on the finish, however it was balanced out by the full bodied flavors. I would not hesitate to buy a box or two of the Monte No.5’s. If you ever get a chance to try a cuban cigar, you cant go wrong with a Montecristo! Stay Toasting!

"Montecristo" No.5 (4x40) (Cuban)

 This small cuban cigar had a slightly oily, golden brown wrapper with virtually no tooth or veins present. The pre lit aroma consisted of cedar with peppery tobacco notes. The ash was dark grey in color and the burn was fantastic for the entire stick. The draw was perfect, producing tons of creamy smooth, full bodied smoke. The smoke coming off the foot of this cigar had a very nice floraly aroma. The first third provided flavors of leather and earth notes on the draw with a faintly sweet creamy coffee note on the finish. Reaching the second third, the coffee which was previously on the finish was now present on the draw. The earth faded away, however the leather was still a major flavor in the cigars profile. The flavors really came together to create a great blend consisting of faintly sweet coffee with leather and faint wood notes on the draw with the leather and peppery wood continuing into the finish. No more major transitions were present for the final third. The only noticable change was the creamy and smooth character which continued to get even more smooth and creamy as i was reaching the nub. A pepper note was ramping up on the finish, however it was balanced out by the full bodied flavors. I would not hesitate to buy a box or two of the Monte No.5’s. If you ever get a chance to try a cuban cigar, you cant go wrong with a Montecristo! Stay Toasting!

Tuesday, July 31, 2012
"CAO LX2" Robusto
This light brown cigar had a smooth, toothless wrapper with no visible veins and a slight oil sheen. The pre lit aroma consisted of dry tobacco and black pepper notes. The ash was light grey in color and the burn was flawless for the entire stick. The draw was slightly on the loose side, providing good amounts of medium bodied smoke. The first third was providing flavors of a dry tobacco with smooth and creamy coffee notes on the draw with a building pepper note on the finish. Reaching the second third, the body had ramped up to full and all the flavors previously mentioned ramped up as well. On the draw, a smooth and creamy coffee with tobacco notes and a big pepper blast on the finish. The final third showed another transition of the creamy coffee flavors taking on a vanilla and spice coffee blend which was very nice. The finish still consisted of pepper and newly added roasted nut notes. As for strength, I was feeling the nicotine buzz however, not much more strength then an MX2 would deliver. Try the LX2 if you can! Stay Toasting! 

"CAO LX2" Robusto

This light brown cigar had a smooth, toothless wrapper with no visible veins and a slight oil sheen. The pre lit aroma consisted of dry tobacco and black pepper notes. The ash was light grey in color and the burn was flawless for the entire stick. The draw was slightly on the loose side, providing good amounts of medium bodied smoke. The first third was providing flavors of a dry tobacco with smooth and creamy coffee notes on the draw with a building pepper note on the finish. Reaching the second third, the body had ramped up to full and all the flavors previously mentioned ramped up as well. On the draw, a smooth and creamy coffee with tobacco notes and a big pepper blast on the finish. The final third showed another transition of the creamy coffee flavors taking on a vanilla and spice coffee blend which was very nice. The finish still consisted of pepper and newly added roasted nut notes. As for strength, I was feeling the nicotine buzz however, not much more strength then an MX2 would deliver. Try the LX2 if you can! Stay Toasting! 

Saturday, July 28, 2012
"Rocky Patel Decade" Torpedo
This milk chocolate colored cigar had a slight boxpress with a couple medium sized veins and no tooth present. The pre lit aroma consisted of faint peppery chocolate and tobacco. The ash was a nice salt and pepper color and the burn was great through out the cigar. The draw was on the loose side and was producing great amounts of smooth medium bodied smoke. The first third was providing flavors of sweet coffee and leather notes on the draw with the leather and slight pepper notes becoming present on the finish. Reaching the second third, the body increased to a solid medium to full body. The draw flavors were still an extremely smooth and slightly sweet coffee with big leather notes. The finish consisted of a faintly sweet coffee and faint pepper. Throughout the cigar i was also picking up on great aged tobacco flavors. Passed the halfway point i was picking up on faint caramel notes on the draw and continuing into the finish accompanied by the previously mentioned flavors. The final third continued with the same wonderful flavors on the draw and finish, only having the pepper slightly ramp up. The Rocky Patel Decade has won me over and replaced my past favorite rocky sticks. The smoothness and overall construction and smoking experience was great! Try the Rocky Patel Decade out for yourself! Stay Toasting!

"Rocky Patel Decade" Torpedo

This milk chocolate colored cigar had a slight boxpress with a couple medium sized veins and no tooth present. The pre lit aroma consisted of faint peppery chocolate and tobacco. The ash was a nice salt and pepper color and the burn was great through out the cigar. The draw was on the loose side and was producing great amounts of smooth medium bodied smoke. The first third was providing flavors of sweet coffee and leather notes on the draw with the leather and slight pepper notes becoming present on the finish. Reaching the second third, the body increased to a solid medium to full body. The draw flavors were still an extremely smooth and slightly sweet coffee with big leather notes. The finish consisted of a faintly sweet coffee and faint pepper. Throughout the cigar i was also picking up on great aged tobacco flavors. Passed the halfway point i was picking up on faint caramel notes on the draw and continuing into the finish accompanied by the previously mentioned flavors. The final third continued with the same wonderful flavors on the draw and finish, only having the pepper slightly ramp up. The Rocky Patel Decade has won me over and replaced my past favorite rocky sticks. The smoothness and overall construction and smoking experience was great! Try the Rocky Patel Decade out for yourself! Stay Toasting!

Friday, July 27, 2012
"Don Tomas Maduro" Robusto
This nearly black cigar had an extremely oily wrapper with slight tooth and small veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of sweet tobacco and raisin notes. The ash was bright white in color and stacked like a roll of quarters. The burn was very even, never needing a touch up for the entire cigar. The draw was a little on the tight side, however it was producing good amounts of oily medium to full bodied smoke. The first third produced flavors of sweet tobacco and leather notes on the draw with a sweet creamy coffee finish. Nearing the second third on the draw, I was still picking up on leather notes but now a sweet black coffee flavor was dominating with the leather lasting into the finish accompanied by a slight pepper zing. One thing that is very nice about this cigar is its undeniable smoothness. The final third showed the same great flavors of a roasted leather note on the draw with increasing pepper on the finish. If I had to pick a daily maduro stick based on quality, taste and price, the Don Tomas Maduro may just be the winner! If you enjoy maduros, give this stick a try! Stay Toasting!
 

"Don Tomas Maduro" Robusto

This nearly black cigar had an extremely oily wrapper with slight tooth and small veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of sweet tobacco and raisin notes. The ash was bright white in color and stacked like a roll of quarters. The burn was very even, never needing a touch up for the entire cigar. The draw was a little on the tight side, however it was producing good amounts of oily medium to full bodied smoke. The first third produced flavors of sweet tobacco and leather notes on the draw with a sweet creamy coffee finish. Nearing the second third on the draw, I was still picking up on leather notes but now a sweet black coffee flavor was dominating with the leather lasting into the finish accompanied by a slight pepper zing. One thing that is very nice about this cigar is its undeniable smoothness. The final third showed the same great flavors of a roasted leather note on the draw with increasing pepper on the finish. If I had to pick a daily maduro stick based on quality, taste and price, the Don Tomas Maduro may just be the winner! If you enjoy maduros, give this stick a try! Stay Toasting!


 

Thursday, July 26, 2012
"Camacho Corojo Monarca" Robusto
This dark colored cigar had a slightly oily wrapper with no tooth and small veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of dry fruit and faint pepper notes. The ash was dark grey in color and was a little flakey at times. The burn was slightly wobbly and only needed one touch up during the first third. The draw was perfect, giving of tons of rich and oily medium to full bodied smoke. The first third was providing flavors of fruity citrus notes mixing with leather on the draw. The finish had a blast of pepper and heat lasting nearly until the next draw. Despite the bold pepper zing on the finish, this cigar was proving to be really smooth and creamy. The second third continued with the same citrus like flavors on the draw. A new coffee note is mixing with the pepper on the finish which really blended well with the heat. Reaching the half way point, I came to realize that I should have eaten a big meal before smoking this stick. I would not recomend this cigar as a morning stick! More of a “poker night” or ”night on the town” kind of stick. As I reached the final third, the citrus notes really died down and was replaced by a sweet coffee on the draw with a warm and nutty finish. This Camacho was a power house and carried with it a flavorful blend. I can’t wait to review some more cigars from Camacho line! Stay Toasting!  

"Camacho Corojo Monarca" Robusto

This dark colored cigar had a slightly oily wrapper with no tooth and small veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of dry fruit and faint pepper notes. The ash was dark grey in color and was a little flakey at times. The burn was slightly wobbly and only needed one touch up during the first third. The draw was perfect, giving of tons of rich and oily medium to full bodied smoke. The first third was providing flavors of fruity citrus notes mixing with leather on the draw. The finish had a blast of pepper and heat lasting nearly until the next draw. Despite the bold pepper zing on the finish, this cigar was proving to be really smooth and creamy. The second third continued with the same citrus like flavors on the draw. A new coffee note is mixing with the pepper on the finish which really blended well with the heat. Reaching the half way point, I came to realize that I should have eaten a big meal before smoking this stick. I would not recomend this cigar as a morning stick! More of a “poker night” or ”night on the town” kind of stick. As I reached the final third, the citrus notes really died down and was replaced by a sweet coffee on the draw with a warm and nutty finish. This Camacho was a power house and carried with it a flavorful blend. I can’t wait to review some more cigars from Camacho line! Stay Toasting!  

Wednesday, July 25, 2012
"Don Kiki Brown Label" Toro (6x52)
This caramel colored cigar had a smooth wrapper with no tooth and medium sized veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of peppery tobacco and floraly notes. The ash was light grey in color and stacked very nicely. The burn was nearly razor sharp and never needed any attention. The draw had a perfect amount of resistance, providing good amounts of medium bodied smoke. The first third provided flavors caramel, faint leather and earth notes on the draw with the leather notes continuing into the finish mixing with a semi sweet chocolate note. I did notice very faint pepper notes on the draw but the flavor would instantly fade. The smoothness of this cigar really took me by surprise. This may be due to the aged tobacco in this blend. The second and final third showed no further transitions. The pepper note previously mentioned did ramp up towards the final third however, so did the other wonderfully smooth notes of caramel and coffee as well as leather and earth, making everything blend together beautifully. A great bargain stick and daily smoke in my opinion, if you enjoy the flavors mentioned. Stay Toasting!

"Don Kiki Brown Label" Toro (6x52)

This caramel colored cigar had a smooth wrapper with no tooth and medium sized veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of peppery tobacco and floraly notes. The ash was light grey in color and stacked very nicely. The burn was nearly razor sharp and never needed any attention. The draw had a perfect amount of resistance, providing good amounts of medium bodied smoke. The first third provided flavors caramel, faint leather and earth notes on the draw with the leather notes continuing into the finish mixing with a semi sweet chocolate note. I did notice very faint pepper notes on the draw but the flavor would instantly fade. The smoothness of this cigar really took me by surprise. This may be due to the aged tobacco in this blend. The second and final third showed no further transitions. The pepper note previously mentioned did ramp up towards the final third however, so did the other wonderfully smooth notes of caramel and coffee as well as leather and earth, making everything blend together beautifully. A great bargain stick and daily smoke in my opinion, if you enjoy the flavors mentioned. Stay Toasting!

Tuesday, July 24, 2012
"E.C Nicaragua"
This seven inch cigar with a nearly fifty four ring gauge, had a light milk chocolate wrapper with no tooth and medium sized veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of tobacco and faint manure and barnyard notes. The ash was mostly white in color and was a little flakey. I had no problems with the burn at all. It was sharp for most of the cigar, but tended to be a little wobbly at times. The draw was on the loose side, providing good amounts of mild to medium bodied smoke. The draw flavors consisted of a dry, slightly sweet tobacco with faint wood and grass notes lasting into the finish. The flavors which were being produced, were creamy and smooth without any harsh notes. Approaching the second third, a pepper note was making itself known at the end of the draw, lasting throughout the entire finish. The half was point really ramped up the flavors and body. On the draw i was getting a creamy sweet tobacco and coffee with faint wood notes and pepper on the finish. The final third showed these same great flavors for the remainder of the stick! If I can find these for a good price, I would get a bundle or two for sure! As always people, Stay Toasting!

"E.C Nicaragua"

This seven inch cigar with a nearly fifty four ring gauge, had a light milk chocolate wrapper with no tooth and medium sized veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of tobacco and faint manure and barnyard notes. The ash was mostly white in color and was a little flakey. I had no problems with the burn at all. It was sharp for most of the cigar, but tended to be a little wobbly at times. The draw was on the loose side, providing good amounts of mild to medium bodied smoke. The draw flavors consisted of a dry, slightly sweet tobacco with faint wood and grass notes lasting into the finish. The flavors which were being produced, were creamy and smooth without any harsh notes. Approaching the second third, a pepper note was making itself known at the end of the draw, lasting throughout the entire finish. The half was point really ramped up the flavors and body. On the draw i was getting a creamy sweet tobacco and coffee with faint wood notes and pepper on the finish. The final third showed these same great flavors for the remainder of the stick! If I can find these for a good price, I would get a bundle or two for sure! As always people, Stay Toasting!

Sunday, July 22, 2012
"Padron Ambassador" Maduro
This nearly seven inch cigar, sporting a forty-two ring guage had an oily dark brown wrapper which was extremely toothy. The pre lit aroma consisted of faint tobacco notes and a very powerful chocolate smell. The ash was bright white in color, showing tooth in the ash itself. The burn was razor sharp and never needed any attention. The draw had the perfect amount of resistance and provided tons of rich and oily medium to full bodied smoke. The first third produced flavors of earth and leather with wood and faintly sweet aged tobacco notes on the draw. The finish had a very nice caramel and cocoa like note. The smoke coming off of the foot had a very pleasant floraly aged tobacco aroma. The second third was still providing great creamy smooth flavors of a sweet coffee and tobacco on the draw with the same cocoa on the finish, however now mixing with a slight pepper note, making an almost spicey chocolate flavor. Approaching the final third, all the previously mentioned flavors seemed to take on an almost roasted dark profile. Faint creamy and sweet notes were still present however. The flavors now consisted of a strong coffee, dominating the draw with a pepper note which would last from one draw too the next. For the price of these sticks, i would make them part of my daily rotation. I’ve read a lot of reviews which would put down the Ambassador and for the life of me, i can’t tell why. If you haven’t already, try the Padron Ambassador in Maduro! Stay Toasting!

"Padron Ambassador" Maduro

This nearly seven inch cigar, sporting a forty-two ring guage had an oily dark brown wrapper which was extremely toothy. The pre lit aroma consisted of faint tobacco notes and a very powerful chocolate smell. The ash was bright white in color, showing tooth in the ash itself. The burn was razor sharp and never needed any attention. The draw had the perfect amount of resistance and provided tons of rich and oily medium to full bodied smoke. The first third produced flavors of earth and leather with wood and faintly sweet aged tobacco notes on the draw. The finish had a very nice caramel and cocoa like note. The smoke coming off of the foot had a very pleasant floraly aged tobacco aroma. The second third was still providing great creamy smooth flavors of a sweet coffee and tobacco on the draw with the same cocoa on the finish, however now mixing with a slight pepper note, making an almost spicey chocolate flavor. Approaching the final third, all the previously mentioned flavors seemed to take on an almost roasted dark profile. Faint creamy and sweet notes were still present however. The flavors now consisted of a strong coffee, dominating the draw with a pepper note which would last from one draw too the next. For the price of these sticks, i would make them part of my daily rotation. I’ve read a lot of reviews which would put down the Ambassador and for the life of me, i can’t tell why. If you haven’t already, try the Padron Ambassador in Maduro! Stay Toasting!

Friday, July 20, 2012
"Nub Sun Grown"
This stubby cigar had a toothy, dark brown wrapper with no visible veins. The Pre lit aroma consisted of strong hay and barnyard notes. The ash was a dark grey color and the burn was pretty even, considering the large ring gauge of this cigar. The draw was on the firm side but produced good amounts of medium bodied smoke. The first third provided flavors of wood and slight citrus notes on the draw with pepper and a little bit of citrus following through into the finish. Approaching the second third, i noticed the citrus notes really died down and was replaced by a dominant creamy wood note on the draw with a creamy finish of the same flavors. The final third which came quickly due to this cigars four inch length, continued with the same flavors for the remainder of the stick. A slightly sweet wood and faint citrus note on the draw and a clean short finish of pepper and citrus will sum up this cigar. The body actually came down to a mild to medium after the first third. A little one dimensional in my opinion, but still pretty tasty for what it is! As always, Stay Toasting!

"Nub Sun Grown"

This stubby cigar had a toothy, dark brown wrapper with no visible veins. The Pre lit aroma consisted of strong hay and barnyard notes. The ash was a dark grey color and the burn was pretty even, considering the large ring gauge of this cigar. The draw was on the firm side but produced good amounts of medium bodied smoke. The first third provided flavors of wood and slight citrus notes on the draw with pepper and a little bit of citrus following through into the finish. Approaching the second third, i noticed the citrus notes really died down and was replaced by a dominant creamy wood note on the draw with a creamy finish of the same flavors. The final third which came quickly due to this cigars four inch length, continued with the same flavors for the remainder of the stick. A slightly sweet wood and faint citrus note on the draw and a clean short finish of pepper and citrus will sum up this cigar. The body actually came down to a mild to medium after the first third. A little one dimensional in my opinion, but still pretty tasty for what it is! As always, Stay Toasting!

Thursday, July 19, 2012
"CAO La Traviata" (4x38)
This small cigar had a medium brown color with a very oily wrapper and no tooth and only small veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of faint wood and pepper notes with a hint of tobacco. The draw was perfect, providing great amounts of mild to medium bodied smoke. The ash was a bright white color and the burn was very even. The first third provided flavors of a sweet creamy coffee on the draw with faint vanilla and caramel notes on the finish. Approaching the second third, the sweetness which was previously mentioned had died down. Replacing the sweetness was a strong creamy coffee and tobacco flavor which was very pleasant on the draw, mixing well with the slightly sweet notes on the finish. A pepper flavor was now becoming noticable on the finish. The final third showed no further transitions. I really enjoyed this CAO blend. When CAO created La Traviata, they really stumbled on something great. As always, Stay Toasting!

"CAO La Traviata" (4x38)

This small cigar had a medium brown color with a very oily wrapper and no tooth and only small veins. The pre lit aroma consisted of faint wood and pepper notes with a hint of tobacco. The draw was perfect, providing great amounts of mild to medium bodied smoke. The ash was a bright white color and the burn was very even. The first third provided flavors of a sweet creamy coffee on the draw with faint vanilla and caramel notes on the finish. Approaching the second third, the sweetness which was previously mentioned had died down. Replacing the sweetness was a strong creamy coffee and tobacco flavor which was very pleasant on the draw, mixing well with the slightly sweet notes on the finish. A pepper flavor was now becoming noticable on the finish. The final third showed no further transitions. I really enjoyed this CAO blend. When CAO created La Traviata, they really stumbled on something great. As always, Stay Toasting!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012
"CAO MX2" Dagger (4x38)
This small Maduro wrapped cigar had an extremely oily wrapper with an almost black color. I could not see any tooth and the overall construction was flawless. The pre lit aroma consisted of a musty chocolate and tobacco note. The draw was on the firm side, however it was producing good amounts of thick and chewy medium to full bodied smoke. The ash was a light grey in color with a very nice sharp burn which is an improvement over the larger cigars in the MX2 line. The first third was providing flavors of sweet musty tobacco and black coffee notes on the draw, with a slight pepper on the finish. The blend itself was very creamy and smooth. Living in Toronto Canada, this cigar would be a great option for a winter smoke if you enjoy Maduros and want a quick half hour smoke. Reaching the second third, the sweet musty tobacco flavor died down. What i was left with was a dry tobacco and strong black coffee notes on the draw with faint notes of pepper and chocolate on the finish. The final third continued with the same great creamy blend. Now with a strong coffee note on the draw with a slightly sweet tobacco and coffee and faint chocolate notes on the finish. These are available in tins of five for a very reasonable price. Check them out when you can! Stay Toasting!

"CAO MX2" Dagger (4x38)

This small Maduro wrapped cigar had an extremely oily wrapper with an almost black color. I could not see any tooth and the overall construction was flawless. The pre lit aroma consisted of a musty chocolate and tobacco note. The draw was on the firm side, however it was producing good amounts of thick and chewy medium to full bodied smoke. The ash was a light grey in color with a very nice sharp burn which is an improvement over the larger cigars in the MX2 line. The first third was providing flavors of sweet musty tobacco and black coffee notes on the draw, with a slight pepper on the finish. The blend itself was very creamy and smooth. Living in Toronto Canada, this cigar would be a great option for a winter smoke if you enjoy Maduros and want a quick half hour smoke. Reaching the second third, the sweet musty tobacco flavor died down. What i was left with was a dry tobacco and strong black coffee notes on the draw with faint notes of pepper and chocolate on the finish. The final third continued with the same great creamy blend. Now with a strong coffee note on the draw with a slightly sweet tobacco and coffee and faint chocolate notes on the finish. These are available in tins of five for a very reasonable price. Check them out when you can! Stay Toasting!

 
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