Diesel Sunday Gravy Gabagool Cigar Review



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Diesel’s Sunday Gravy Gabagool isn’t quite like any other Diesel cigar ever made. The blend features a Ecuador Sumatra wrapper over a bold Connecticut Broadleaf binder and Nicaraguan fillers. It’s also the fourth installment of a limited edition series of blends in the Sunday Gravy line. I just got mine into the shop and I am so excited to see what it tastes like. And the only way to find out is with a cut and a light.

Diesel Sunday Gravy Gabagool
Wrapper:Ecuador Sumatra
Binder:Connecticut Broadleaf
Filler:Esteli, Nicaragua
Strength:Mild – Medium
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  1. Not unique to this cigar, but I’ve heard you say so many times about the transitions of flavors. And, while I have experienced this too, I’m wondering why you consider this a good thing? (I’m not suggesting it’s bad, I am simply curious).
    Here is why I ask that. Much of cigar smoking centers around flavors and strength, much like bourbon. This weekend I enjoyed some Knob Creek 9 Year with my cigar choices. Halfway through my glass of Knob Creek, I wasn’t disappointed that the flavor was the same as my first sip. I enjoyed all of the complexities of that bourbon, but it stayed that way through the duration and was very enjoyable. I’m curious as to why we should consider transitions of cigar flavors to be a good thing?
    Just something that has always made me curious from your videos.
    Keep up the great work.
    **Happened to be in my local B&M store yesterday and overheard a guy say he was from Scottsdale. I told him he needed to go check out your place.