Edgar Hoill OSOK ( One Shot One Kill )

 

Cigar Stats


Wrapper: Nicaraguan Habano

Binder: Nicaraguan

Filler: Nicaraguan

Wrapper: Nicaraguan Habano
Vitola: Cabron (Gordo) (6.5"x60)



Pre-Light


First impressions of this cigar are all positive. The presentation is very unique. The unique wrapping of the paper, all the way down to the shaggy foot. This cigar screams awesome. After removing the paper, the actual cigar is very pleasing as well. Nice dark chocolate wrapper. Tight seems, minimal veins. The cigar has a very nice hay aroma, great humidor sme



First Third:


Getting into the first third, I am met with classic Nicaraguan flavors. On the draw I’m getting a nice subtle spice that lingers on the tip of the tongue. On the finish I’m picking up a slight earth along with a pronounced coffee note. The finish is medium in length, dying off just before the next draw. Construction wise, this stick is performing very well. I personally love the shaggy foot. Razor sharp burn, with a nice ash falling off in one-inch chunks. This stick is also producing plumes of rich creamy smoke that coats the palate with fantastic flavors. The first third has been impressive.


Second Third:
Jumping into the second third, flavors mainly stay consistent, with only a few changes. On the draw I am still met with a subtle spice. The spice lingers on the finish as well. Accompanying the spice, we have that same coffee note, but now merging with a great natural cocoa note. My personal favorite flavor combination. Construction is still good. The only thing I can complain about is the draw. The draw seemed to tighten slightly, but nothing to fret about. Burn is still razor sharp. Still producing plenty of that rich medium to full body smoke.


Last Third:


Diving into this last third flavors stay consistent with the second third. Spice has died down considerably. The finish remains the same with those great flavors of coffee, cocoa, and a subtle earth note. Finish had grew in length lasting into the next draw. Construction wise, this cigar shined. Burn line remained razor sharp all the way to the nub. Smoke output was great, and the draw loosened back up nicely. No complaints.


Overall:


This is a very good cigar. If you’re a fan of classic Nicaraguan flavors I would highly suggest this stick. Other then the great flavors of this cigar, it was equally cool and interesting to try. 

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Comment by James Melton on April 7, 2014 at 12:33pm
Great review as always brother. Thanks for letting us all know about the site.
P.S Are you shutting down your site?
Comment by Marc on April 7, 2014 at 12:36pm

James! Welcome to CF. Thanks for the kind words. As of now the site will stay up. 

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