Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 10 October 2012

User Rating: / 2

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The most noticeable aspect of the Aging Room F55 Quattro Espressivo is its shape. The box-press is done to perfection and looks fantastic. The colorful bands at the head and foot also add a nice touch. The wrapper is medium-brown in color and has a good amount of oil on the surface. There are a few small veins that are visible, but no major imperfections. The cigar feels firm to the touch and exhibits solid construction overall. Before putting it into action, the Quattro F55 has a sweet cold taste. The scent is of coffee.

After lighting, the Aging Room Quattro F55 continues to impress with its solid burn. The draw is excellent. Solid gray ash is produced. The burn remains even on its own for most of the duration of the smoking experience and only needs one touch-up. No re-lights are needed.

Moving on to the Quattro F55’s flavor, I can’t exactly call it complex. It begins with a good dose of pepper in the first third. The second third offers more pepper that is soon joined by sweetness. The final third is a mixture of sweetness and coffee. I’d label the strength as medium to full-bodied overall.

I enjoyed the Aging Room Quattro F55 Espressivo, but it didn’t knock me off my feet. I’d call it a quality cigar, but not a memorable one. I’d suggest it to beginners seeking something a bit stronger than their standard fare or experienced smokers. At $7 per single, the price is fair, but there are better options out there for that price. You can also find the F55 in packs of five or boxes of 20. It is limited, so keep that in mind if you want to give it a try eventually.

The Aging Room Quattro F55 Espressivo earns a rating of 3.25 out of four stars.



0 # RE: La Flor Dominicana Limitado Review and the Aging Room Quattro F55 Reviewfoie gras 2012-10-13 10:49
Dear Sirs:

I think you need to expand the basis of your scoring system, say to at least 10. It is not possible to express the subtle differences with only 20% point increments to judge by. This would mean that many cigars would get a 4 star rating, yet they could be much different in quality and value. A 100 point scale would allow for the subtle difference to mean something.

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