Full bodied and full strength, Kendal Kentucky is full strength and full bodied. Made from 100% African grown variations of Kentucky seed (Malawi, Uganda and Tanzania). Fire-curing of these tobaccos gives this tobacco very distinctive aroma and flavor.
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First Days of Spring
How Packaged: 1.76oz Tin
Tobacco Used: Black Cavendish, Perique, Virginia
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Serino Cigar Co. is a small batch producer, putting quality over quantity. Now, I feel little funny saying that, since it seems to a bit cliche, but it is a noble quality to aspire to and I'll let the cigar speak for that. They are blended by Omar Gonzalez Aleman, who has blended at some very well known factories in his career and now owns his own factory, La Corona Cigar S.A.
Serino Royale Connecticut by…Continue
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Morley’s Best is a combination of three Burleys (rough cut, white & cubed), Virginia flake and Cyprian Latakia. It was blended to roughly match the Blue Boar Rough Cut (which was discontinued in the ’80’s) from American Tobacco Company.
Okay, I know this is a European cigar. I know samples were gotten at Inter Tabac and I know the site is in Dutch? Even translated, there wasn't any information on the company's webpage for this cigar. So, let's smoke it and see what we CAN find out.
Size: 5.5 x 42 (my measurements)
There isn't too much to preface with an aromatic sometimes. Really, it comes down to a couple things. If you even like aromatics and if the topping is too heavily applied to the tobacco. I do enjoy some aromatics and this tobacco smells amazing! Apparently, it was blended by Dan and a customer turned good friend, to be exactly what they wanted. Let's see how they hit my palate.…Continue
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