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La Flor Dominicana Cameroon Cabinet Chisel Review and the Jameson Santos de Miami Review
Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

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Just like the Chisel’s burn, the flavor is good overall. Pepper and chocolate dominate the first third and hit me with a nice mix of power and sweetness to kick things off. The second third offers up a trio of pepper, leather, and earth. The final third brings more pepper and some rich coffee to the table. The strength is full-bodied, but it is also smooth and strays from knocking me off my feet.

I definitely have to give the folks at La Flor Dominicana credit for another quality smoke with the Cameroon Cabinet Chisel. I did not find the cigar to be particularly memorable, but I cannot deny that it is a quality cigar. La Flor Dominicana followers or those who enjoy Cameroon-wrapped cigars will probably enjoy this particular Chisel. Singles sell for around $9 each, and the cigar can also be found in boxes of 20. The December 2011 release was a limited one, so make sure to round some up before they are all gone.

The La Flor Dominicana Cameroon Cabinet Chisel earns a rating of 3.5 out of four stars.

Jameson Santos de Miami Haven

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I’m a virgin when it comes to cigars by Jameson Cigar Co., as I have never smoked one and am not too familiar with the brand. Living in South Florida for most of my life, the brand’s Santos de Miami line turned me on for its name alone. The line was supposedly created with the spirit of Miami and its Calle Ocho section in mind, which intrigued me enough into purchasing the Haven vitola to give it a try.

The Santos de Miami Haven measures 6 x 54. Jameson produces one other size in the line that comes in the form of the 5 x 46 Alma. The cigar is a Dominican puro that features a filler blend of Corojo and Criollo tobaccos and a Criollo ’98 binder. The wrapper is of the Havana Corojo variety. Strength-wise, the Santos de Miami falls into the medium- bodied category.






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