64. Blanco Cigars Cigar Obsession Final Third (Boxpressed Robusto)

Gifted by a friend.

Location: This review was made outdoors during a sunny afternoon with 18°C.

Wrapper: Milk chocolate brown, smooth not oily. Still some protruding veins.

Construction: Firm feel and evenly filled.

Cold draw: Hay and black pepper.

1st third: Cedarwood, black pepper and hazelnuts. A slight dry note washes over the mouth.
There is a bitterness in the background that reminds me of dark roasted coffee and dark chocolate.

2nd third: Keeps pretty much the same as part 1.

The burn: Burns slow, sharp and steady ash.

Smoke: Very voluminous and cool to the touch.

3rd third: Same as part 2.

Conclusion: A darker note cigar, so if you want a full bodied cigar this is for you.

Result: In my book this is a 87 points cigar.

/Cigarmaster André

63. Blanco Cigars Cigar Obsession 2nd Third (Boxpressed Robusto)

Gifted by a friend.

Location: This review was made outdoors during a sunny afternoon it was 17°C.

Wrapper: Light brown, almost with a gold shine in the sun. Tiny veins, smooth but not oily.

Construction: Firm feel and evenly filled.

Cold draw: Hay.

1st third: Natural hazelnuts, pencil wood, a little salty note in the background.

2nd third: Oak wood, smooth and creamy.

The burn: Burns pretty quick, sharp burn. Steady and firm ash.

Smoke: Pretty voluminous. The smoke is to the hotter side when it comes to the touch.

3rd third: Keeps pretty much the same until the end.

Conclusion: Okey afternoon cigar, you don’t have to think so much about what you are smoking really. So perfect if you like to smoke will you read a book.

Result: In my book this is an 88 point cigar.

/Cigarmaster André

62. Blanco Cigars Cigar Obsession 1st Third (Boxpressed)

Gifted to me by a friend.

Location: This review was made outdoors, during a rainy day. 14°C, but it felt warmer. I only drank water during the review.

Wrapper: Medium brown shade, tiny veins, smooth but not oily.

Construction: Firm but still a little soft to the touch, evenly filled.

Cold draw: Hay, cacao and apples.

1st third: Smooth, medium roasted coffee with a slight bitterness as aftertaste.

2nd third: Pretty smooth still, a little oak wood note and a touch of hazelnut.

The burn: Burns slowly, close to a sharp burn. Ash is firm all through it looks a little flaky. It doesn’t fall when tapped so it’s pretty stable.

Smoke: Light in texture and cool to the touch.

3rd third: Still smooth, no changes in taste.

Conclusion: Medium, smooth smoke, nothing to impressive.

Result: In my book this is a 87 points cigar.

/Cigarmaster André

33. Blanco Cigars Nine Robusto

Gift from my friend Marko Bilić, thanks 😊 Review Time!
Milk chocolate brown wrapper, oily.
First taste: Dark roasted coffee, dark chocolate and earth.
Burns pretty quickly, gets pretty warm.
White to light gray ash.
In the second half it smoothens out to an enjoyable smoke.
The smoke is voluminous.
Third part, smooth but still dark with the coffee, chocolate and earthiness, perfect combo.
92 points in my book.
/Cigarmaster André

(Published 13/05/17)

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