JR Alternatives padron 1964 anniversary torpedo Cigar Review - good nutty slight spice taste, thin wrapper,
Consistent flavor from start to finish, though I stop 1.5" from end or bitterness creeps up.
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My friend had his pipe out last night, and let me have a puff of a hazelnut blend he was smoking. I know I've seen posts on here describing cigars that tasted somewhat similar: fairly straight tobacco flavor with a hint of nuttiness, not much. Just enough to get you to recognize it...
Oliva Serie O Robusto
Size/Shape: Robusto (5 x 50)
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Colorado
Price Paid: $4.80 (USD)
This past summer while I was in Florida, I had purchased a Serie O. I was very new to cigar smoking, but I remembered liking it when I placed an order...
i have been smoking a lot of milder cigars lately the fonseca vintage and the gurkha expedition. they both have this nutty almost cashew flavor to them and i like it. please help me and steer me in the direction of some other "nutty" cigars you have experienced.
Hey all - I am trying to find a cigar with a good nutty flavor...I got an Oliva Serie O in a sampler and it was divine. I'm not even sure I am describing that right, but it seemed nutty to me. Maybe I'm just nutty :D Any suggestions for a reasonably priced cigar similar to the Serie O?
If I understand correctly, essentially by aging a cigar you are letting the oils even out throughout the cigar, and in the process losing some, right?
Here's a crazy idea: microwave them!
This might heat up the oils and disperse them, evaporating some.
I'm going to try it on an Oliva, which...