Cigar Reviewed: Diesel GRIND
I’ve smoked two so far and the notes are consistent. The cold draw really flavor heavy like fruit. From the first light, woodsy taste came across on the first few puffs. Raisin and plum prelight draw. The first thing I noticed about this cigar was the rustic, basic look of the entire packaging. Simple wooden boxes of 20 cigars, band at the foot only in blue. Reminiscent of a simpler time. When I lit up the cigar, the first thing I got was toast notes along with heavy earth and white pepper. Around the second third the cigar picks up in body, more intensity on the earthy flavors. Dirt and tobacco, help the medium bodied finish go out on a good note. The cigar has a good, dependable draw. It burned steady and even and had whitish gray ash.
Decent cigar for a good price!.