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Old 04-26-2018, 06:14 PM   #1
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Jeremy Jack JJ14 Corona Gorda

This cigar has a nice Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper surrounding Nicaraguan Aganorsa from Esteli and the Jalapa Valley. The aromas from the foot are earthy and floral. The bunch is a bit short of firm. The cold draw is perfect. Today’s beverage is a Stone Exalted IPA.

The cigar starts out smooth with a bit of spice, floral and earthy flavors and black pepper in the retrohale. The smoke is very smooth and thick. The burn is very even and the ash is solid. The IPA is a good pairing.

During the second third some sweetness joins the flavor profile. The pepper in the retrohale has muted a bit. The burn remains very even.

Approaching the final inch the complexity of flavors remains excellent. This is a very well constructed cigar. 9/10, Joe Bob says check it out.
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