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Macanudo M Coffee

Sweet dark wrapper...

Vanilla. A touch of chocolate or coffee.

A yummy perfume lingers.

Great even draw

Minimal rugged burn well into the beginning.

Comfortably held an inch and half of a wonderful cooling ash, before it dropped of its own accord.

I found my fav Jefferson Very Small Batch a great brotherhood of flavors.

About 1/2 way, the burn became more jagged and uneven. At this point, I’m reluctant to correct the emerging sloppy burn.

Most of the flavor is a nose treat. Taste wise, it’s consistent, medium bold, and worth finishing the entire stick.

The pleasures of chocolate are increasing slightly the further down the burn.

I think, all that is lacking around the cigar is a beautiful woman and an aged capable camp fire.

It’s not my Fav. But, well in the top 5.

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    (4 years ago)

    You’re an excellent writer! I’m new to this group so I don’t have a clue how often you review cigars. However, I’d love to read every single one that you post! I’m a novice in the cigar world. I began a collection a few years ago and maintain my little humidor with the little knowledge that I do have. My interest is peaking again, although has never ceased. The descriptive words you use are wonderful and exciting! While reading, it almost feels as though I’m smoking the cigar as I read. Thank you for taking your time to create such detailed reviews!

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      (4 years ago)

      Thank you! I’ve been smoking cigars since 1982. But, that does not make me well versed. I know what I love. And, I know what does not ring any bells for me. Most of my favs will probably be somewhat appealing to you. I prefer a light wrapper. I enjoy a cigar that isn’t overpowering. Avoid the really dark wrappers until you get settled into a particular cigar or taste. Enjoy the light wrappers, no matter how long. Experiment, tell is all about what you like and don’t like. There is still lots of great people like you experimenting. And, there an equal amount of new cigars being introduced. So, you’ll not run out, but will develop a taste that is yours alone.

      Feel free to communicate with me any time you want. I certainly don’t know everything, but what I do know isn’t a secret. I’ll share, but if you stick with it, you’ll find everything I know, and then much more.

      I think it’s great, you want to know more about cigars.

      John -

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