February 2019 Cigar Reveal


Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust - Sobremesa

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Brand Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust
Cigar Sobremesa
Wrapper Ecuador
Binder Mexican
Filler Nicaragua & Pennsylvania
Description
Review: Halfwheel
Starts out with lemon, grassiness, oak, coffee bean, cedar and a touch of spice on the back end. While it’s only medium-plus, it causes a lot of salivation in my mouth. The flavor eventually picks up a lot more meatiness over sawdust and lemongrass. Through the nose, there’s a defined coffee, some acidic fruits and hard breadsticks.
Review: The Stogie Guys
Sobremesa has tons and tons of flavor, yet it’s really easy to smoke and conservative with the spice. Consequently, the Cervantes Fino in particular is the kind of cigar that makes you want to fire up another right away. That’s one of the best compliments I can pay a cigar.

Montecristo  - Crafted by AJ

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Brand Montecristo 
Cigar Crafted by AJ
Wrapper Ecuador
Binder Mexico
Filler Nicaragua
Description
Review: Halfwheel
The Montecristo Crafted by AJ Fernandez Robusto adds a respectable new spin on one of most venerable brand names in the entire cigar world. It sits at medium to medium-full in terms of flavor intensity and body, while ramping up from medium-minus to medium-plus in strength. 
Review: Cigar-Coop
Overall, I found this cigar to offer some nice flavors to complement the boldness.  This is a cigar I still would steer toward a more experienced cigar enthusiast. As for myself, this is a cigar I’d smoke again – ant it’s worthy of a box split.