HIT & RUN PART DEUX ALMOST ROBUSTO AKA RIP & DIP LTD 2018 (91 Rated on Halfwheel)

$14.00

Tasting Notes:the body of the cigar is sweet, sweet sweet with notes of hay and this subtle note of chili powder. I smell dried apricot on the foot and in the cold draw as well. Once lit, BOOM! The mouth takes on a wasabi like blast. Tingle and surprise overwhelm. The blast starts calm a few puffs in and I swear I taste ginger and wet wood. Further in I get notes of bitter espresso and sweet hay. I want to say I taste a honey but I cont all if the cigar is just honey sweet or I taste honey. The smoke is dry and into the 2nd third I get notes of a fresh baked, dense wheat bread. There is honey, black pepper and dry wood notes that are reminiscent of a construction site. More honey and now a prune juice depth of sweet flavors. The cigar has now mellowed almost completely. The smoke is now smoother and the wood has turned to oak…the espresso is back and then further down the smoke gets floral and vanilla notes as the pepper fades almost completely. I start to be reminded of honey nut cheerios. The cigar fishes with a creamy body, dark sweetness, cinnamon on the retro and a salt and peanut undertone. Pairing Notes: Firstly Scotch comes to mind. Second any good lager or maybe even a Belgium Tripel. I would smoke this after a meal of seafood and I would pair it for desert with rice pudding with cinnamon on top and maybe whip cream as well.

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HIT & RUN PART DEUX ALMOST ROBUSTO AKA RIP & DIP LTD 2018 (91 Rated on Halfwheel) Robert Caldwell and Matt Booth are back at it again. This time with a cigar shrouded in mystery. Rumor has it this cigar has a Habano wrapper but the company will not disclose. They will disclose that the fillers are from DR, NC and USA. They also disclose that the cigar is rolled at Tabacalera William Ventura the same factory that rolled our Exclusive with Room 101/Matt Booth. I’d like to mention that this cigar seems to be limited and only to 2018 production but again, no one is quite sure. I’d also like to note that this vitola/size is commonly referred to as a Rothschild. Tasting Notes:the body of the cigar is sweet, sweet sweet with notes of hay and this subtle note of chili powder. I smell dried apricot on the foot and in the cold draw as well. Once lit, BOOM! The mouth takes on a wasabi like blast. Tingle and surprise overwhelm. The blast starts calm a few puffs in and I swear I taste ginger and wet wood. Further in I get notes of bitter espresso and sweet hay. I want to say I taste a honey but I cont all if the cigar is just honey sweet or I taste honey. The smoke is dry and into the 2nd third I get notes of a fresh baked, dense wheat bread. There is honey, black pepper and dry wood notes that are reminiscent of a construction site. More honey and now a prune juice depth of sweet flavors. The cigar has now mellowed almost completely. The smoke is now smoother and the wood has turned to oak…the espresso is back and then further down the smoke gets floral and vanilla notes as the pepper fades almost completely. I start to be reminded of honey nut cheerios. The cigar fishes with a creamy body, dark sweetness, cinnamon on the retro and a salt and peanut undertone. Pairing Notes: Firstly Scotch comes to mind. Second any good lager or maybe even a Belgium Tripel. I would smoke this after a meal of seafood and I would pair it for desert with rice pudding with cinnamon on top and maybe whip cream as well. Tell @caldwellcigars what you think…

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