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Nostrano del Brenta Il Doge Cigar - 1 Single
Date Added: Monday 05 March, 2018
Wanting to try something different I ordered one of these. It was a tightly rolled uneven cigar that I enjoyed one sunday morning with a strong coffee. The cigar comes with an open end and has a tight cold draw to it. The taste is slighlty sweet notes which burned evenly and well. I would probably have again.
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Date Added: Friday 01 December, 2017
Having recently tried the NEOS mini's - cappuccino flavour and found them to be very good I thought I'd give their Wilde Cigarillos a go. Once again I am impressed. They are smooth and mild but still have flavour. They also last longer than expected. For me they are as good as (if not better) than other panatellas out there and cost less money. What's not to like. Definitely recommended. Taking everything into account including price 5*.
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Date Added: Tuesday 17 October, 2017
Didn't like these at first, thought they were harsh, but stored for a while, the taste softens and sweetens. Not as firm as I like, maybe storing 'em too humid (??) Will order more.
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Date Added: Saturday 22 July, 2017
Just smoked one of these for the first time. I smoked it with a coffee in my man cave after dinner and I have to say I was disappointed. That said, I'm used to a medium/full Cuban or New World cigar. On the positive side the draw was loose (which I quite like) and it was very easy to smoke with an even burn, but for me it was a little too mild. I sat there thinking that it was more of a cigarette smoker's cigar. It was inoffensive, but lacked any real depth or flavour. It was, I suppose, pleasant but no more. I much prefer a Henri Wintermans half corona for a similar price. Sorry to say that it didn't work for me. Horses for courses, I suppose.
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Date Added: Saturday 22 July, 2017
Just smoked one of these for the first time. I smoked it with a coffee in my man cave after dinner and I have to say I was disappointed. That said, I'm used to a medium/full Cuban or New World cigar. On the positive side the draw was loose (which I quite like) and it was very easy to smoke with an even burn, but for me it was a little too mild. I sat there thinking that it was more of a cigarette smoker's cigar. It was inoffensive, but lacked any real depth or flavour. It was, I suppose, pleasant but no more. I much prefer a Henri Wintermans half corona for a similar price. Sorry to say that it didn't work for me. Horses for courses, I suppose.
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Nat Sherman Epoca Admiral Cigar - 1 Single (discontinued)
Date Added: Friday 12 May, 2017
Another great cigar from Nat Sherman. Smooth with nice flavours all the way through. I found it to have a nice nutty flavour through it with hints of dark chocolate but I'm no expert. The construction is perfect and the ash was a nice grey stack that I eventually flicked myself half through the cigar before it ended up on my jacket but I believe it would have held to the end. I can't get over how good these cigars are for the price they are. If you try this and don't like it I would be surprised. The box pressed timeless and the Maduro are also worth trying. I had mine with a few glasses of Laphroaig and it last near an hour.
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