Diesel Ashtray Giveaway

This month on Cigar World we're giving away one of the most sought after ashtrays  - a Diesel Whiskey Row ashtray. 

In order to be eligible

1. Create a Cigar World account.

2. Review a Diesel cigar.

If you already have an account just review your favorite Diesel Cigar. 

Cigar World users will be chosen at random at the end of the promotion.

Review a Cigar


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    (3 hours ago)

    **Diesel Unlimited. I tend to only review Robusto size cigars. The Robusto size seems, to me, to be the most consistent smoke for most cigar brands. The Diesel Unlimited is a great smoke for those seeking a medium to robust smoke. You'll get some spice that'll keep you coming back for more. As far as construction, it's a well made cigar with an easy draw, consistent burn, and never hot. Price is on point and a great smoke for the price. I always keep at least a half-dozen or so in my humidor for when I want a little more bite to my smoke. Entirely enjoyable and highly recommended. **

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    (47 hours ago)

    Robust. Draws easily. Burns evenly. Hint of chocolate and coffee.

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    (2 days ago)

    Not sure if the review goes here or not for the entry to the Diesel Ashtray giveaway, but following is my review.

    Diesel Unholy Cocktail Belicoso - 5x56, Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper with Nicaraguan fillers, full bodied profile.

    The wrapper is a dark chocolate color with small veins and tight seams. The wrapper is thick and the color is mostly even with this particular cigar having a blotch about the size of a Nickel towards the foot end. This is a rustic looking cigar though well constructed with a firm pack and no soft spots. Medium weight in the hand with an excellent draw.

    The 1st third provides a citrusy tobacco flavor with plenty of smoke and a dry feeling on the tongue. The ash is light to medium gray and tightly packed. The ash held for over an 1 1/2 inches. The burn was fairly even for most of the smoke but with a little scare in the middle, which self corrected. No touch ups were needed.

    The 2nd third was similar to the first, but the citrusy tang gave way to a light salty metallic taste, which later turned into a green pepper like taste. In the last 3rd, the flavor changed to a creamy and bitter cocoa. The cigar started to overheat at about the 2 inch mark. I put it down with about a 1 1/2 nub. Total smoke time was about a 50 minutes.

    Overall, the cigar is a flavor bomb that starts and ends at full profile. I smoked 3 cigars prior to this review and they were all consistent in flavor and burn. Do I recommend it? Yes, I have another 5 pack on the way.