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Wednesday, 26 December 2012

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feralflyingpig1Welcome back to Puff.com.  We hope you all had a great time over the holidays with your family and friends.  To get back into the normal swing of things here on Puff, we will be reviewing the Liga Privada Unico Serie Feral Flying Pig and the Perdomo Alabao.

 

Liga Privada Unico Serie Feral Flying Pig

The Liga Privada Unico Serie comes from the folks at Drew Estate.  The line features cigars that are unique in their formats and blends.  In addition to these characteristics, the Unico Serie is also limited in its production.  For this review, I will be smoking the Feral Flying Pig.  It’s a pretty big cigar with a rather wild name, so I am looking to a unique smoking experience to say the least.

The Liga Privada Unico Serie Feral Flying Pig stays true to its name by measuring a hefty 5 3/8 x 60.  There are several other selections in the Unico Serie line, including the Papas Fritas, Ratzilla, L40 Lancero, “A”, and the Dirty Rat.  The cigar’s filler features three different Nicaraguan Cuban Seed tobaccos.  The binder is Brazilian Mata Fina, while the wrapper is of the Connecticut Broadleaf variety.  The strength of the Feral Flying Pig is said to be full-bodied.

The look of the Liga Privada Unico Serie Feral Flying Pig is definitely unique thanks to its shape.  The cigar is thick and features a prominent pigtail cap.  Its wrapper is quite dark and oily.  Some medium-sized veins are present and the overall appearance is bold.  I feel zero soft spots as I give the Feral Flying Pig a squeeze and must say that it is quite heavy as far as cigars are concerned.  The band near the head is pretty standard and features the Feral name in big letters over a blue and white color scheme.  I detect a floral scent and a sweet flavor prior to lighting.

After clipping the Feral Flying Pig and giving it a light the cigar burns well.  It puts out a ton of smoke and its ash is white and flaky.  The draw is very good.  The burn stays even on its own without the need for any touch-ups.  No re-lights are needed either.

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