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Inka Secret Blend - Blue Petit Corona Cigar - 1 Single

Inka Secret Blend - Blue Petit Corona Cigar - 1 Single
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Description

Length: 5"
Ring Gauge: 42
Strength: Full 
Packaging: 1 Single Cigar

These Peruvian cigars feature a medium filler which have also been completely hand rolled. 

The blends were developed over many months of blind tastings till Mitchell Orchant felt they were confident to go to production with a first rate cigar in popular sizes at an attractive price.

Each cigar is banded with our distinct red or blue Inka Secret blend cigar bands and individually cello wrapped.

Each cigar is quality controlled at the factory to ensure each smoke is well constructed, easy to draw and smooth from start to finish. 

Suitable for the experienced cigar smoker although also to be appreciated by the novice experimenting with flavour characteristics from different tobacco growing regions.

"I like to try and bring my clients cigars that they are unable to find anywhere else in the UK and I am delighted to introduce our own exclusive range of cigars from Peru."
Mitchell Orchant 

Tasting Notes

The pre light is tangy and sweet. The blend is bold, full bodied and full sweet flavoured from the first to the last puff with a delightful bouquet. Medium to full in strength with a good long satisfying finish on the palate.

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Reviews

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by Christian on Sunday 10 April, 2016
It's creamy, it's smooth, it's a decently sweet cigar. Peru is always a rare type to see in the market, and this carries that uniqueness. It's very good, yes, but as per usual ends on a bitter note. Taste wise it's nothing special but its good value for a very good experience. Reviewed by CigarHub on YouTube.
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by Mark on Thursday 12 November, 2015
This is by far my favourite non-Cuban smoke. (Actually, it beats a lot of Cubans!) The price is great. I thought the cheapness would be a sign of a poor cigar! Wrong! Great draw, flavour, and a burn time of approx 45-60 minutes. I was left feeling very satisfied. Top marks!
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by Jennifer on Wednesday 29 July, 2015
I really enjoyed this one, great flavour and good strength. If you are looking for a good smoke in the 5 range I'd recommend it, it's probably the closest to a 10 cigar I've experienced in that range.
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by Cameron on Thursday 30 April, 2015
This was my first cigar ever, and having researched for well over a week, I decided on this cigar. Having researched for a nice, mild cigar, I have only just discovered that this was infact full bodied! Upon recieving the cigar, as a complete beginner I went about sniffing the cigar like a basset hound, to my pleasure, it smelled mildy pleasant and I felt it was going to be a good smoke. Upon researching how to cut, light and survive the cigar, I went about smoking. The C.Gars cutter I purchased was a messy job, but the job was done and the cap was off to an appropriate degree. The first puff of my first cigar is a moment I will seldom forget, I was instantly knocked back and whilst slightly concerned, I soldiered on through the cigar, Kinder Bueno on hand. About 1/3rd through the cigar, I developed a nasty case of cigar sickness, however this cigar was the sort to punch you in the face whilst nursing it better. Despite being full bodied, it treated me well, burning very consistently until about halfway, which I blame on my lighting technique. The smoke was not insane by my standard, having smoked a lot of hookah, but did give off quite a nice blue tinge, which I found enjoyable. The ash held well for about 3/4 of an inch at a time, leaving me fretting over when the bloody thing was to finally fall off, which ruined my suit trousers, again, my fault. Overall, this was a very pleasant experience as I sat out on the trampoline, looking up at the UK skyline at 6:30pm and is certainly one I will revisit once I develop a tolerance, so I can truly enjoy what I'm sure is a very good cigar for what it's worth. Overall, personally a 6/10 due to my lack of tolerace (again, silly me) however realistically I'm sure this is an 8/10, though I would not reccomend it for a beginner.
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by Alex on Tuesday 10 March, 2015
Lit one of these this afternoon in the sun. Construction was good, it lit and burned well with a good volume of smoke. Draw was a tiny bit firm to begin with but soon eased up. Flavour-wise this cigar didn't do much for me. It wasn't smooth, it wasn't bitter, it wasn't hot, it wasn't cool, it just wasn't really anything. I know that at 5.49 this is a "budget" cigar, but I would much sooner smoke an Independencia 1898 for half the money. I am looking forward to trying more from the Inka range though, next up is a Rojo Cristale.
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