Inka Secret Blend - Red Bombaso Maduro Cigar - Bundle of 25

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Date Added: Sunday 08 January, 2017 by Stephen
Time to dig out the cigar punch for this beast...a very shallow cap! The draw was difficult and the burn was very uneven due to the wrapper being way too thick. The enormous veins on the wrapper being insurmountable obstacles for even combustion, it literally burned down only between the veins. The taste was not pleasing and the whole experience left me determined not to repeat it. I've smoked Inka Secret Blend small cigars and found them to be ok, but I'll be leaving this one alone.

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Date Added: Saturday 08 October, 2016 by Michael
Smoked one of these this morning along with a nice espresso. Have to say,unfortunately, this is definitely not the best nub the UK has to offer as advertised. Certainly not the worst either but has a very 1 dimensional almost bland taste with a very open draw. Took 50mins to smoke and I was hoping it was going to go somewhere but never really took off. The burn was uneven and I had to constantly touch this cigar up. If compared to the Nub Cameroon I smoked last week this is a very disappointing cigar (the Nub Cameroon was lit once had a perfect draw and required no touch ups, Perfect) All in all not terrible but I wouldn't be rushing to smoke another.

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Date Added: Thursday 25 August, 2016 by Oliver
Value for money is exceptional. I took the band off right away as it is a horrible cheap looking thing, but the actual cigar is a nice surprise. Very mild, burnt well, ash stayed on. If I wasn't such a snob I'd buy lots more of these, and I probably will (I just wont tell anyone!)

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Date Added: Tuesday 15 March, 2016 by Daniel
Had a really nice smell to it.. but the draw was so tight it was impossible to get any flavour from it. Removing the band damaged the wrapper making it fall apart

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Date Added: Sunday 20 December, 2015 by andrew
I bought these when they first came out and smoked one with my family around our trusty log burning stove outside in winter. pre light was sweet almost cocoa with a flawless construction. first half was woody and chocolate. CHOCOLATE ive never tasted this before. stogie burned evenly throughout. second half became stronger leathery and spicey. an absolutley stunning cigar for the price. they seem slow to age which for me is a good thing as they should develop well over the years. will definitely purchase more to keep a stock. thanks guys a real stunner.

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Date Added: Friday 30 October, 2015 by Thomas
After a lot of thought I've decided to upgrade my review from two to three stars. Whilst the Inka Maduro doesn't do much to shout about, it doesn't do anything wrong either. Cigars in the same price range seem to be plagued by burn problems and duds with bad tasting smoke. The inkas seem to be pretty consistent and do have a pleasant taste. And whilst it's nothing to write home about, they don't leave you disappointed and frustrated.

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