56. Steffo Corona Gorda (Boxpressed)

Bought at Brobergs.

Location: This review was made indoors.

Wrapper: Light brown in colour.

Construction: Soft feeling mostly because it’s boxpressed.

Cold draw: Hay and wheat.

1st third: Burnt coffee or dark roasted. Mellows out a little to a wheat cookie. Like no distinct flavours what so ever.

2nd third: No changes what so ever.

The burn: The ash is white, stable and doesn’t fall off easy.

Smoke: Light in feeling and in flow. The draw has some push to it but not hard at all.

3rd third: No major changes, a slight bitterness towards the end.

Conclusion: Over all a quite boring cigar, good draw, good ash but no interesting flavours.

Result: In my book this is a 84 point cigar.

/Cigarmaster André

3. Steffo Cigars Robusto

Thanks to @Brobergs1881 for the chance to try this new interesting cigar. Steffo Robusto
First nose: Dirt and hay, a little sweetness.
First taste: Dark rich coffee, earthy sweetness, roasted hasselnuts, tangy after note.
1/3 in sweetness like honey and a slight bitterness lurking in the background.
Perfect draw and beautiful ash, sadly not so firm, falls of with a light touch.
2/3 keeps the same taste line and flow.
Had a slight interruption of heavy falling rain so had to pause the smoke. But the cigar was lit until the end of the review.
Last blow: amazingly the taste was the same until the end except a tangy bitterness.
Probably the most awesome cigar band out there!
8/10 is my rating, good job @Brobergs1881 and @steffo56

/Cigarmaster André

(Published 04/08/16)13768128_1733195310254352_1965042700_n