Sunday, October 9, 2011

Cigar Review: Diesel

Diesel, how awesome of a cigar name is that? With a name like Diesel how could it not be an amazing cigar!?  I beleive the Diesel was introduced in 2008, and has been impressing cigar enthuasists ever since. This little masterpeice was crafted by none other than Mr. Fernandez and here is what has to say about him...

"Abdel "AJ" Fernandez is the protégé of Don Alejandro Robaina, the man who is considered to be the “Godfather” of tobacco. After spending most of his life studying in Cuba under Don Alejandro, Abdel Fernandez moved to Nicaragua to begin producing his own cigars. After only 6 years, Abdel currently produces Rocky Patel’s Fusion, Indian Tabac 10th Anniversary, Padilla Habano, Sol Cubano Cuban Cabinet, Man O' War and Man O' War Ruination, all of which received rave reviews."
The cigar had a good weight to it, and was packed full of great tabacco. Its earthy Costa Rican maduro wrapper gave it a very strong smell and dark appearance. It cut and lit very easily and made you aware of its presence right away. It had a slightly pungunet smell, but nothing offensive. It tasted great though! It billowed great big clouds of thick smoke that tasted like toasted expresso and finished with some spicy pepper. It was a really good smoke and had a varieity of flavors for your senses to sort out. I was very impressed and will definitely pick up a few more, if the opportunity presents itself! Overall I give this pleasant earthy smoke a super solid 8.5 out of 10!

Questions for You: Have you had the kick of  a Diesel recently? What did you think about it?
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