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A King’s Choice: El Rey del Mundo Choix Supreme

Submitted by Oliver on February 22, 2013 – 5:28 amNo Comment

Cigar Diameter: 19.8 mm
Cigar Length: 124 mm
Smoking time: 45 min – 1 hour 30 minutes

I have been smoking these cigars for years but was never thinking of making a review for you to judge till now. Today I decided that I should definitely share my opinion about this great cigar with you, so here I am.

The appearance is awesome, as always. I realize that sometimes Cubans pay little attention to the exterior, but when it comes to expensive cigars, as well as this time, they did their job properly.

Back to the cigar: the wrapper is nice and moderately-veined, soft and pleasant to the touch. I really like such rustic look much more than a smooth-looking cigar with no imperfections. It looks real and appealing to the eyes.

The pre-draw didn’t tell me much about the cigar’s taste since it was tasteless. I would also like to point out that these babies need some aging for better taste – the more aging you give them, the tastier they seem to become when mature.

The first third welcomed me with pleasant cedar wood flavors, along with a hint of spice and grass, as well as floral nuances. The draw was good – nothing to repair or retouch. The second third hit me with creamy and smooth notes of coffee and milk, and then continued with grassy flavor turned into a delicate citrus flavor.

Starting as a light-medium cigar, this stick would softly evolve into a medium-bodied one in the last third, with a strong personality and rich honey notes mixed with just a little of earth and leather at the end.

I would definitely recommend this cigar to a beginner – it has everything in it a cigar novice should know about them and start from.

Anyway, you wouldn’t have the possibility to enjoy this review if it wasn’t for www.Cuban-Cigar.Com. I have bought a box of 25 cigars from them, at a reasonable price; moreover, the shipping was free! I have received the box intact, in an excellent condition. When I smoked one or two cigars at first, I understood that they were stored in good conditions, so I didn’t even need to put them in my humidor at once. Of course, I did it afterwards, and I am going to let them age for a year, at least, to give them a chance to show me their potential.

Until then, keep reading www.Puffingcigars.com articles to know more about cigars from all over the world and gain smoking experience.

 

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