Origin : ?
Format : Fat Robusto
Size : 6 x 52
Wrapper : Cameroon
Filler : Dominican Republic
Binder : Indonesian
Strength : Playing Yahtzee with grandparents (Medium)
Price : ~$7.00 each
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No one really knows where Nepalese is. It’s been shown that only I have actually visited this secret place to acquire this cigar. Wait, what? Nepal? What’s a Nepal? It’s a country?! Well stripe me horizontally and call me Waldo.
Box-pressed Cameroon wrapper. Somewhat dry and veiny, like a 90 year-old’s hand. Or not, that might not be palatable. It’s firm in hand and the box press makes it easy to hold on to. The draw is just how I like it.
Prominent Cameroon flavors throughout. No geriatric flavors to speak of… wait… what? Hints of black coffee, and some spice in the back of the throat. Woodsy flavors sometimes, leathery throughout. Inconsistent.
The volume of smoke coming from this particular cigar was okay at best. You wouldn’t be able to see lasers in a highly secured museum of Nepalese antiquities. The room aroma is pleasing. (Of course, I haven’t showered in 5 days after being on this mission.)
If you don’t have a fear of possessed, mustached, silly hat wearing Caucasian guys wielding a large blade on a cigar band, you should have no problem smoking this cigar. It won’t make my Most Wanted list as it’s just not consistent enough for the price. Should consistency come with a price?
Agent Tip #3: When remodeling your bathroom, purchase blast-resistant windows. When your friends with the cranial anatomy of early man encourage you to compete in a habenero pepper eating contest, you and your family will be safe(r).