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Saturday, 15 December 2007

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La Flor de Cano Belicoso Average Rating: B  (See Info on Ratings Here Opens in new window)
Dimensions:
6.1x52
Made in:
Honduras
Wrapper:
Ecuadorian Sumatra
Binder:
 
Filler:
Mexican, Honduran and Nicaraguan
Reviewer 1: HeavyMetal

Rating: D

Construction Comments:
Dark walnut brown wrapper with a few heavy veins.
Pre-light Aroma and Flavor:
Dark earthy and sweet tobacco.
Burn:
Straight burn with solid off-white ash
Drink:
Water
Smoking Notes:
Cardboardy and burning leaf flavors with some dark woody tobacco notes and a bit of tartness and an acrid harshness on the finish. A very monolithic smoke, it failed to develop any significant flavors, remaining the same thru halfway at which point I mercifully pitched it.
Overall Experience and Rating:
This is a D. There was absolutely nothing to recommend here. While not the most offensive I've ever had it is still a solid D. Even my wife remarked that it must not be one of my regular smokes since it stunk so bad. She likened the aroma to burning leaves mixed with garbage. I am only interested in the brand so I can avoid it in the future.
 
Reviewer 2: Iceman

Rating: B

Construction Comments:
This cigar had a dark chocolate brown color wrapper with no flaws and some tooth. A nice firm roll with no soft spots. This cigar was 6” long with a 50/52 ring. A torpedo size. Very nice looking cigar.
Pre-light Aroma and Flavor:
This cigar had a very nice leathery smell.
Burn:
I toasted the foot and lit with a single flame torch. I used a double guillotine to open the head. It lit easily and evenly. No re-light was needed. Even burn with a nice burn rate.
Drink:
Diet Coke
Smoking Notes:
This cigar had a leathery taste with a few hints of what reminded me of coffee that I loved. It had a nice easy draw that gave me lots of creamy smoke. This was a medium bodied cigar that was very full flavored. The draw got a bit tight about halfway through but a gentle roll of the tapered end and the draw was nice and easy again. The wrapper was not impacted by rolling. A well manufactured cigar.
Overall Experience and Rating:
This cigar was very good and loaded with flavor. Lots of great tasting smoke. I really enjoyed this cigar and after it was done I would have preferred a full flavor Lager or Pale Ale instead of a Diet Coke. This cigar had a taste that would have complimented a hoppy drink. Overall Rating: A Solid B
 
Reviewer 3: Cycleman

Rating: A-

Construction Comments:
Dark walnut brown wrapper with a few heavy veins.
Pre-light Aroma and Flavor:
Dark earthy and sweet tobacco.
Burn:
Straight burn with solid off-white ash
Drink:
 
Smoking Notes:
 
Overall Experience and Rating:
This smoke was by far the best of the bunch! It had no burn issues..... never traveled.... wonderful draw..... great-thick-smoke....... and VERY creamy, yet medium to full flavor! I'm getting excited just typing this! The roll was nice. A good flavor, burn, draw and smoke....... I overlooked the appearance. Maybe it just didn't like being shipped in a box... and would have enjoyed a limo ride to my ash-try. ;) A very nice A - smoke for me.
 
Reviewer 4: Denahue

Rating: A+

Construction Comments:
Well built showing some minor veins. The cigar was firm to the touch with a oily wrapper. The initial cut was clean, and the draw was clear.
Pre-light Aroma and Flavor:
 
Burn:
The initial light, after toasting the foot, was very sharp, and remained razor sharp through out the test. The ash was a very light gray in color although a bit crumbly when tapped. The initial draw was clear, and full of smoke. It remained that way through the smoke. The resting aroma to me was cocoa and cedar.
Drink:
Kenya AA Coffee
Smoking Notes:
The smoke started with a sweet cocoa flavor, and rapidly progressed with a touch of coffee. It didn't take long for the coffee to gain strength, and for it to pick up caramel and nuts. By the time it finished, it had a VERY complex mix going.
Overall Experience and Rating:
I would recommend this cigar to any smoker who adores the darker leaf smokes! I think it would go well with most strong coffee's, Brandy, Cognac, or any Single malt! It wouldn't do so well with Beer or Wine, unless extremely dry.

I give this smoke an A+ and would smoke it again, and again.
   

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