Review: Rittz Evil Twin Orange

Rittz Evil Twin Orange Review

Introduction

The roll and pack on this cigar was rather firm, with very tight seams, and a very even sandalwood color to the wrapper. The draw was noticeably firm as well, but I never had to struggle for smoke which was always generous. The burn and ash were damn near perfect and the smoke texture, while somewhat dry, was still somehow velvety and smooth for a very pleasing effect. In the back half the texture started to have a juicy kind of sensation present. The flavor dynamic amd complexity were both thoroughly balanced and definitely kept on my toes the whole way. It was remarkable how well the contrast of the fruit notes juxtaposed to the toasty wood and nutty notes worked with each other. A very enjoyable and well made stick.

Pairings: Wheated bourbon, cafe con leche, or an old fashioned macchiato would pair very well with this smoke. Mixed nuts or trail mix as a pairing snack also works.

RH: 64%.

Smoke Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

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Wrapper:  Ecuadorian Habano Wrapper / Binder: Corojo from Esteli (AJ Grown) / Filler: Corojo and Jillapa from Esteli and Jalapa

Vitola: / Size:

Factory: Tabacalera Annex/ Country of Origin: Nicaragua

Cinnamon sticks, barnyard funk, charred wood

Dried berries, Sweet natural tobacco, cocoa

Frosted shredded wheat cereal, cedar

Toasted wheat bread, savory black pepper notes, concentrated berry fruit, grape jelly, charred cedar, tropical fruit notes

Retrohale: Dark chocolate, espresso, roasted mixed nuts, charred wood”

Sweet trail mix, raisins, oaky wood notes

Retrohale: Cinnamon raisin toast, powdered sugar, roasted mixed nuts

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Retrohale: Oak, cedar, white pepper, citrus zest

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Joe Kenney

I am a Certified Consumer Tobacconist, have enjoyed cigars for over 10 years, and I run the Jonose Cigars cigar review channel on YouTube. My primary goal is to spread cigar lifetsyle to as many as possible while discovering as much as possible about the craft of cigars along the way.

Joe Kenney

I am a Certified Consumer Tobacconist, have enjoyed cigars for over 10 years, and I run the Jonose Cigars cigar review channel on YouTube. My primary goal is to spread cigar lifetsyle to as many as possible while discovering as much as possible about the craft of cigars along the way.