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Written by Sparhawk

Thursday, 15 June 2006

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A good choice for an after dinner smoke today. But after 4 hours in the yard, finishing one fence, tearing down another and of course the usual grass cutting I was ready to relax.

I was intrigued by the look of this one. The reddish brown wrapper with a curly cue at one end. It smelled great and felt pretty firm and even. The wrapper had lots of veins and looked pretty cool. I had the the ginsburg which is 6 X 50.

The draw was easy, but at first it felt like I was sucking air. Oh wait...I was. Tunneled again!!! Two in less than a week. It must be my lucky week or something.. Crying or Very sad

But I perservered and really enjoyed this one. The tunneling made the burn a little irregular about 1/3 the way in, but I didn't mind. The taste was a little on the nutty side and very rich. Once I got about half way, the smoke was nice and thick. I chased this one with a glass of amaretto which took the bite out of the aftertaste. My wife said the smoke was a little strong but even as strong as it was, it smoked very smooth.

I'd smoke another one of these.




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