What a surprise. I saw these and for what ever
reason, ordered 10 on a Cigar Monster. The Gran Habano #5 Corojo
Rothschild. This little Corojo has a very oily wrapper and is a true
gem. The review that I read said:
"Average Rating of 8.90 by 26 Customers - Gran Habano Corojo #5
Rothschild cigars present an attractive, well-packed vitola made with
a robust blend of Nicaraguan and Costa Rican tobaccos seamlessly
rolled in a dark, oily Corojo wrapper leaf. The smoke is creamy and
earthy with notes of coffee, nuts and spice on a long finish."
Now, I usually read these descriptions and take them with a grain of
salt, but this was right on. This cigar is amazing.
Length/Ring: 4 1/2 x 50
I used a V cut on this stick and it has a sweet pre light draw. After
I lit up, I noticed a deep puff of dense gray smoke. It starts out
creamy and a little spicy. After about 10 minutes, my tongue was
tingling, and a nutty coffee flavor came out. It held a beautiful ash,
salt and pepper in color with a pretty even burn.
I have been smoking this stick or almost an 45 minutes and just
started the last third and it is getting spicy again. The draw stayed
true and the smoke is cool. I'm not much for small cigars, but this
one has a big flavor, and a big finish. It took slightly over an hour
to smoke. I can't seem to put it down, but I will. Funny, I wanted a
short smoke beore going to bed. Oh Well.
Down to the nub, the best cigar for around $2.50 that I've smoked.