Thursday, February 10, 2011

Nick's Sticks Little Havana (churchill)

Thanks to Bret, for gifting this one to me.  I was driving all day today, so this was a good size smoke for a road trip.  Wrapper was veiny and very toothy.  Moderate pepper in the first inch, gradually turned to a woody, earthy flavor that lasted for most of the cigar.  In the beginning of the 2nd third, I came across some bitterness.  The quality in construction is not quite the same as its brothers (Perdomo), but this is a decent budget stick for doing yardwork or jockeying the bbq grill.  ...and on a side note, as soon as I pulled off the "convenience store" style label, I instantly felt the cigar's quality go up.

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