5/30/19

Doumitt Gold Cigars Oro Rechoncho | Cigar Review by Kaplowitz

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Doumitt Oro Rechoncho
WRAPPER: Nicaraguan Corojo 99
BINDER: Nicaraguan
FILLER: Nicaraguan

FORMAT: 460
ORIGIN: Nicaragua
STRENGTH: Medium-Full

NOTES:
Heavy & dense. Natural 'baccy & toasted grains sit way up-top braced by a brawny yet gentlemanly black pepper. Some cayenne, some cinnamon/nutmeg red spice melange. Heighty af. Sweetness is the name of the top undertone game -- creamy milk chocolate, salted caramel, sugary tea.

Then a butterscotch/cedar clearly delineated complexity. Underbelly is golden dirt with touches of clay and chicken coop. I smell/taste a light floral note. A thickening via progression oily leather is laid out over-top them nethers. Deeply nuanced and almost as weighted complexities don't buckle under a brawny delivery. Really quite impressive, that. Finishes cleanly after sweetly-spiced legs.

Burn wobbles to the tune of a retouch every-other inch and the pace of the thing is fairly rapido. Smoke out-put is the smokiest of recent memory. Draw is just a half-tick tighter than wide open. Ash builds stoically-so and smoke-hole stays cool.

FINAL GRADE: A-
A 90-100 B 80-89 C 70-79 D 60-69 F 0-59

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