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BLIND Cohiba Serie M Review

BLIND Cohiba Serie M Review

Wrapper: Nicaraguan Corojo

Binder: Nicaraguan

Filler: Nicaraguan, Dominican

Vitola: Toro (6 x 52)

Purchase LinkCohiba Serie M

Cohiba Serie M collaboration with El Titan de Bronze in Miami, FL

COHIBA SERIE M REVIEW – CALIFORNIA

Summary: I almost made an errant second cut before noticing the closed foot.  Burning through, a toast note has me jammin'.  Orange citrus, vanilla, and peanuts.  Yo, the sweetness on this retro is TOP NOTCH.  The emergence of strawberry has me wondering if jammin' messed with my subconscious.  The wrapper is rending a bit, but the burn line appears unphased.

In the latter half, floral notes and corn tortilla make an interesting taco combination.  While this isn't a dark cigar in flavor or appearance, the strength picks up near the finish.  If you have a mate learning to retrohale, grab this cigar because it's everything nice without the spice.  Good stuff.

If You Like That, You Might Like This: Sunflowers.

Pairing Suggestion: Wheat beer.

Purchase Recommendation to a Friend: Box.

 

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COHIBA SERIE M REVIEW – WISCONSIN

Summary: The closed foot of this cigar gives nutty notes with coffee and pepper. As the cigar moves along, it adds a sweetness and a sourness that play nicely together. Wood notes dominate, with sourness and nuttiness throughout. Leather is a definite part of the profile too. The profile doesn't change much throughout the cigar, though I find it enjoyable.

The aroma from this cigar is very nutty and oaky.

On the construction front, all is well. The draw was good, and when the burn occasionally got a bit uneven it corrected itself.

If You Like That, You Might Like This: Sour beers.

Pairing Suggestion: Coffee.

Purchase Recommendation to a Friend: 5-pack.

 

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COHIBA SERIE M REVIEW – OREGON

Summary: Another Toro vitola this week.  This moderately smooth wrapper has a reddish-brown tint to it for sure.  The cigar also has a completely closed foot. 

Blasting off with bold wood and coffee notes accompanied by cocoa and bread.  The razor-sharp burn line is impressive.  The retro hale profile is nice too.  I’m tasting wood notes along with hints of apple, bread and cocoa all finished off in a pretty decent red pepper heat. 

Middle portion is seriously smooth… silky.  Wood and coffee with caramel drifting in and out of the mix.  I’m also tasting some almond.  The retro hale is full of wood notes along with peanut and very mild pepper flavor as well.  It reminds me of those spicy peanuts they sell in convenience stores. Construction and smoke production are fantastic.

This stick is finish off with milder wood notes and more almond and walnut. I’m also tasting black tea and baking spices.  

If You Like That, You Might Like This: Working on Saturday but having Mondays off.

Pairing Suggestion: Kahlùa and cream.

Purchase Recommendation to a Friend: Box.

 

Participants in this blind review were completely unaware of the cigar they were evaluating until all submissions were received and processed. Each participant was asked to answer a summary paragraph, an if/than statement, a pairing suggestion, and a purchase suggestion. Cigars were provided by Small Batch with only the expectations of candid responses. All pictures, information, and formatting were completed by a Coordinator outside of the reviewing process. 

 

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