Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 10 June 2013

User Rating: / 3

cuenca y blancocuenca y blanco toro supremo
nubnub cameroon 460

altTo help you get through your case of the Mondays, we have two very good cigars to review today.  First up is the Nub Cameroon 460, followed by the Cuenca y Blanco Toro Supremo.

Nub Cameroon 460

Have you heard of cigars having a so-called sweet spot?  Well, Oliva Cigar Co., the makers of Nub, aimed to design cigars that offer a smoking experience that is 100 percent sweet spot.  Nub cigars often stay true to their name by having a stubby, short appearance with rather large ring gauges.  For this review, I decided to give the Nub Cameroon a try.  It’s said to be smooth and rich and I enjoy cigars with Cameroon wrappers, so I said “why not?”  Now, on to the review.

The Nub Cameroon 460 definitely reflects its Nub name by measuring 4 x 60.  Other sizes in the line include the 3 3/4 x 58 358, the 4 x 64 464T, and the 4 x 66 466 BPT.  Just reading those measurements, you see that I wasn’t lying about these cigars having some large ring gauges.  As for the cigar’s composition, it has a core of Nicaraguan tobacco, while its exterior comes in the form of a Cameroon wrapper.  The strength of the Nub Cameroon is listed as medium-bodied.

The first thing I notice when looking at the Nub Cameroon 460 is its short and thick stature.  I actually enjoy this form factor, as it sits nicely in my hand.  It’s also pretty eye-catching.  The wrapper is medium brown in color and quite smooth with just a little bit of oil.  There are hardly any veins, and no imperfections are present.  A classy band near the head showcases the Nub Cameroon name over a blue, white, and gold color scheme.  It’s one of the “cleanest” bands I have seen in terms of design.  Prior to lighting, there’s a rich aroma, while the cold taste is a tad spicy.

Once lit, the Nub Cameroon 460 exhibits a solid burn.  The draw is good and I get plenty of thick smoke.  The aroma is a bit sweet and the ash is sturdy.  A couple of occasional touchups are needed, but that’s about it.  No re-lights are necessary.  All in all, I really have no complaints in this department.  Smoking time is about one hour total.

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