Paul Stulac White Blinding Light Lancero

(1 customer review)


Tasting Notes: The first puff greets me with a peculiar milk chocolate, black pepper and dried herbs. There is sweet wood like cedar, some lemon zest further in, and cocoa with an overall sweetness that is amazing. In the 2nd third, the pepper mellows, I keep getting phantom flavors of popcorn and white chocolate. It’s so sweet. The wood turned darker to an oak. There are breads, vanilla extract, white pepper, floral notes and a root-beer like sensation and flavor on the palate. In the final third I get milk chocolate, hickory charcoal wood, syrupy sweet smoke, white pepper with a red pepper flake sprinkled in every few puffs, bakers spices and sweet white bread. This is a beautiful and strong cigar. Pairing Notes: Rye whiskey, Canadian whiskey, aged rums, lagers, alcoholic root-beer. After chocolate cake or pudding. After steak. With white chocolate or butterscotch. If you can get a Sugar Baby candy, try eating 2-4 pieces 20 minutes before smoking this. PLEASE shout out @paulstulaccigars for hooking us up with the last few boxes he had left. PEACE!



Paul Stulac White Blinding Light Lancero

Theres a magazine called the Robb Report. It’s magazine for billionaires. A few years back, they named this cigar the cigar to buy as a gift for the person who has it all. There is no doubt , the Halifax native, blends some of the best cigars we have ever had. Fun fact, you really can’t find his stuff anywhere other than Privada Cigar Club. When you can find them, they sell for $400 plus per box. But you’re a Barrel Burner and a Privada Club member so you have the hook up! The Wrapper: Dark Ecuadorian Habano. Binder: Sumatra. Filler: Nicaragua. This thing cooks! Fun fact, Paul Stulac gets his tobacco from Don Pepin. 

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1 review for Paul Stulac White Blinding Light Lancero

  1. KEN ROBERTS (verified owner)

    It’s not polite to stare . . . but you can’t take your eyes off this gorgeous cigar!
    Oily, rich, firm, and beautiful dark-brown wrapper that smells like dark, moist earth.
    A cold draw and inhaling through the foot thru one nostril = sweet, fresh, green grass.
    Lanceros are notorious for drawing problems, but this one’s just about perfect: only a slightly firm draw (but not annoying at all).
    Burns evenly and doesn’t hold a long ash; it drops every inch or so in firm, solid chunks.
    1st third = medium-bodied
    2nd third = medium-bodied
    Final third = consistently medium-bodied throughout
    Plenty of thick, rich smoke. Each draw has a long finish and leaves a nice oil on your tongue and lips.
    Black pepper on the retrohale.
    Overall, the burn was sharp and even, but it picked up some speed in the final third.
    The wrapper unraveled a bit and a piece burned off in the final third, but it wasn’t a problem.
    This beauty remained cool and consistent all the way to the toothpick!
    Smoking time = 1 hour
    PCC’s Cigar Review Scorecard = 76/100

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