Casa Cuevas Patrimonio Cigar Review
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The Cuevas family has been making cigars for generations… five generations to be exact. Now they’re commemorating the patriarchs of the family with this Honduran Corojo blend. But can you truly acknowledge so much family history through the flavor of just one cigar? Can a whole family’s legacy truly be expressed through just one cigar? And the only way to find out is with a cut and a light!
|Filler:||Peruvian, Dominican, and Nicaraguan|
|Strength:||Medium – Full|
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This is the first time I really sat down to evaluate a cigar, so take what I “say” with that in mind. I do not claim to be an expert. The burn throughout was very good. The ash was solid and a very bright white. I do agree that this cigar had a flavor very different from anything I’ve had. I had the fruit notes, wood, pepper, and even a very nice chocolate. What I tasted was consistent throughout. The last third was quite hot (temperature-wise) with an increase of pepper and strength. I was only able to retro small amounts as it burned my nose on the first try. The smaller retro’s were very pleasant and accentuated the flavors I tasted nicely. I was alternating between my cup of coffee (with milk, no sugar) and a glass of ice water. Not my favorite cigar, but a good experience.
Thats a great summary of the cigar man! I don’t think there are any ‘experts’ in this stuff. It’s all about what you get out of it. If you can clearly communicate your opinion, as you have, then I think you are doing it right. Thanks man!