Cigar Review: Cigar International Legends Copper Label
I’ve tried a few other CI Legends, namely the yellow and blue; which I hated both and did not bother to finish. After a friend begged I try one more and I found one that was not too bad. Honestly I perhaps would not try buy it again, but I would not refuse if I received it for free.
This Copper label is made by Legends Drew Estate. Drew Estate has intrigued smokers with innovative blends that include infused, gourmet blended and (of course) traditional handmades. They also are known for their Acid cigars. I have only tried it once and I did not enjoy it one bit. I must admit though that this was when I first experimented with smoking and it was so long ago that I should reserve further judgement. Nicaraguan long-fillers is complemented by Dominican Piloto, then carefully influenced infused with nuances of amaretto and hazelnut. Thus an almost sugar tipped taste. An Ecuadorian wrapper completes the cigar. Creamy throughout, this beautiful handmade delivers ample flavor. One of the most thick, billowing clouds exit the foot with each puff. Medium bodied, with enjoyable hints of pepper and hazelnut.
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