Panacea Black Maduro Torpedo

Torpedo%20Maduro%20Single

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In fact i haven’t heard alot about this cigar before so i decided to check it out my self

Size: 6X52

Wrapper: Brazilian Maduro

Binder: Dominican

Filler: Cuban seed Seco, Ligero, Olor Dominicano, and Nicaraguan

 

Pre smoke and appearance:

From the time you see this cigar you’ll feel the passion that paid to produce such a beauty. the wrapper looks really nice, very oily with some veins that gives the feel of age. The cigar constructed very good, it was neither hard nor soft, in between.
After cutting it torpedo and checking the draw found initial flavors of pepper and some fruity sweetness. Draw had an enough resistant not to make you bored

First third:

Peppery the word comes in mind when 1st few puffs. Then some spiciness and sweetness shows with medium body.  Later in this third the body turns to the full that when the strength felt in my stomach.

Second third:

Mellow out the pepper and add some nutty sweet flavor. Not a very complex but interesting. Nothing really changes except hints of dark chocolate.

Final third:

For some reason this guy mellowed and became more friendly and more pleasant. I really didn’t want to put it down. With more sweetness, choco , Noticeable nutty flavors and  less pepper.

Burn:

It takes some time to be lit but after that no real need for lighter. It burns very good and corrects it self all the way down to the nub.
 
 

Like it: oh yeah.

Buy it again: definitely and very soon.

Recommend it: yes for peppery cigar fans. After heavy dinner. With strong scotch “oban”. It is a fantastic cigar.

From the Capital city of the United Arab Emirates “ABU DHABI”  in 13 July 2009

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