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HOT for HILLARY!!
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Prelight draw was firm, but not tight. Looked good, smelled good.

It had a perfect burn throughout and maintained the firm draw. Surprisingly, it stayed nice and cool despite the fact that I was going to town on it.

Started off creamy then moved on to a cedar flavor and finished off with coffee. A little bit of spice to it throughout.

A great mild-medium bodied cigar that was a nice change of pace from my usual fuller cigars. When the time comes that I can afford to smoke Cubans for breakfast, this will be one of them.
 

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A long time ago I bought one of these in Montreal and for whatever reason it was the foulest tasting and smelling cigar that I have ever had. People in the bar where I smoked it were complaining, even other cigar smokers. It turned me off to them. However, a while ago Brandon gifted me with one on his visit to Boston and it was just as you described it. Very complex and creamy. It's funny, no matter how long I have been smoking for I continue to find new surprises. I still judge many cigars, by one or two experiences and am often proven wrong in my assessments.
 
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