Lords of England CT

Don’t let the score of this cigar discourage you: This is a frog worth kissing. There is little dynamism, little complexity, and the construction has some minor but superficial flaws. The seams are pronounced as are the veins. The burn is wavy but does not get out of control nor does it need doctoring; Overall, The flaws do not affect the smokeability. The overall enjoyability makes up for the shortcomings. There is wood and pulp on the body and a vague sweetness in the cold draw. There are no transitions to speak of as toasted oak and spicy cinnamon persist throughout. The draw is sufficiently loose, and the smoke is full of flavor. If you are enraptured by sun-warmed-sugary sand, briny aromatic sea, and pearlescent sky, this cigar can only enhance the experience. Or, conversely, after the exertion of a glorious moment, you can relax, breathe deep, and revel in triumph with this cigar. It is the perfect catalyst for deep thought and reminiscence. Stay gold, dear readers!

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut / Binder: Nicaragua / Filler: Nicaraguan

Vitola: Toro / Size: 6 x 50

Factory: Tabacalera Perdomo  / Country of Origin: Nicaragua

General woodiness and pulp.

General woodiness.

General sweetness.

Toasted Oak and spicy cinnamon

Toasted Oak and spicy cinnamon

Toasted Oak and spicy cinnamon

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S. Robert Sacco

I am a Systems Engineer who works in the Defense industry, a second-degree black belt in Brazilian, and I hold a Masters' degree in information systems management. In a time of economic immobility, institutional deterioration, and cultural fatigue, I find my mood elevated and my mind sustained by music, art, Literature, and cigars. This harmonious fusion of artistic expression enlarges my sense of the human spirit.