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TimestampReviewerCigar NumberAppearance [Score]Appearance NotesAroma [Score]Aroma Notes1/3 Flavor [Score]1/3 Strength1/3 Body/Complexity1/3 Notes2/3 Flavor [Score]2/3 Strength2/3 Body/Complexity2/3 Notes3/3 Flavor [Score]3/3 Strength3/3 Body/Complexity3/3 NotesDraw [Score]Draw NotesBurn [Score]Burn NotesConstruction ScoreConstruction NotesOverall Experience [Score]Overall NotesSmoking timeAppearanceAromafirst 1first 2second 1second 2final 1final 2drawburnconst
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5/19/2018 17:01:25Eric smalls29)75987.5"This is a nice looking cigar with a deep brown wrapper and nice lines. Nothing special stands out though." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)90"I am detecting a sweet coconut aroma, similar to sunscreen at the beach. An aroma I have never smelled before. Very nice." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)90Mild-MediumMedium"The flavors are nothing to be overly excited about. There is a smoky, woody taste that has a nice lingering after-taste of oak and cherry wood. The smoke has a better invite with a nice odor of a campfire with oak and cherry." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)90Mild-MediumMedium"Still maintaining a nice mellow flavor. The woody flavors are still very present with a better aroma in the smoke than the inhale. There is still a nice after-taste that allows one to enjoy the smoky flavor that seems to accentuate the aroma of the smoke." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)90Mild-MediumMedium"Again, a nice balance of oak and cherry wood. A nice campfire smell continues to come from the smoke. The flavor did get a bit bitter near the end giving a taste of charbroil. However, the after taste remained enjoyable." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)92.5"A nice easy draw." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)92.5"The chimney stayed solid through the first two thirds until I decided to drop the ash." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)92.5"Solid. The cigar felt hard and dry but it punched clean and held up throughout." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)90"Even though this cigar was a mild/medium taste, the woody flavors had a nice balance throughout. There were flavors of oak and cherry wood with a nice campfire aroma coming from the smoke. The after-taste was not over powering and left a nice taste behind. Even though a bitter flavor showed, it did not come until almost at the end. Overall I am very pleased and would love to enjoy this one again." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)50#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?
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6/20/2018 14:18:10Jeff ExpendableYouth)75995"The cigar has an oily dark brown wrapper. There are small veins that run throughout, and tight well blended wrap lines. The wrapper has a slight toothy feel and is uniformly packed with no soft or hard spots. The foot is cut at a slight angle which is kind of unusual. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)92.5"The foot of the cigar has a pepper, cedar, barnyard aroma, while the wrapper has a sweet coco and earth note. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)95Medium-StrongMedium"There was an initial blast of pepper that quickly gave way to cedar, coco, and leather. The retrohale has a semi-sweet anise which I wasn't expecting but was a pleasant surprise. The draw was a bit tight at first but opened up after about a half-inch. I was a little worried about it at first but once it opened up it has been great providing copious smoke and flavor. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)95Medium-StrongMedium"The second-third has started to develop more leather and a coffee note. There is still the light pepper but it is almost an afterthought at this point with coco and earth taking front stage. The ash has been a little bit flaky and less firm than I normally like but overall the construction, burn, and smoke output have been perfect. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)95Medium-StrongMedium"The pepper has begun to build in the final-third and has blended quite well with the leather, coco, earth, and coffee notes. This is the perfect finish to this cigar as it was missing a bit of complexity in the second-third. The retro-hale still has the anise of the earlier thirds but is much spicier than previously. The construction, draw, and burn have been amazing throughout and have really enhanced the experience overall. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)92.5"The draw was a bit tight in the beginning but opened up about a half-inch into the smoke and remained really consistent the rest of the way. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)95"The cigar had a perfect burn from start to finish but I wish the ash didn't flake as often as it did. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)95"The cigar had great construction but the foot was cut a bit uneven. This didn't detract from the experience but caused it to burn a little uneven for the first quarter of an inch. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)95"This was a really nice smoke overall. It didn't necessarily wow me but for an everyday cigar with a couple of unique features it's worth checking out. Definitely worth grabbing a couple and trying for yourself. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)92#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?
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8/20/2018 16:57:40Matt Mattehh)75995"Dark cocoa wrapper with defined veins. So it looked a little rough but still smooth." -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)90"The aromas on the wrapper were of some leather and it was very faint. The foot was a lot more intense in aroma and that was of sweet hay and leather." -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)92.5Mild-MediumLight-Medium"The first third was a bit surprising of the flavors I got since the aroma off the cigar was of leather and sweet hay. I got leather throughout with a wood note. There was a sweetness that was not hay but just of a sweet tobacco. The retrohale was of a light spice. Near the end of the first third it started ramping up." -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)92.5MediumMedium"The second third was still the same as the first but amped up just a little in intensity. I was still getting a wood, leather, and sweet note. It was still ramping up as it went through this third. The retro was still of a light spice. " -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)87.5Medium-StrongMedium-Full"With the final third it did start transitioning into more darker flavors of cocoa and coffee. Still had the leather and wood but those went to the background and the coffee was the main flavor. Nearing the end it did start getting real bitter. " -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)97.5"No problems for draw. The draw was free flowing and there was an abundance of smoke." -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)97.5"No issues of the burn. No delights of touch ups. " -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)97.5"Feeling the cigar it felt it was packed nice and firm. The cigar had no voids or holes." -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)92.5"After I smoked this cigar I felt as though I was underwhelmed. It had decent flavors and had great construction but throughout I was wanting more to come out. The cigar was just ok. It was a little shorter cigar so the difference in thirds were minimal. Not saying it was one note but felt as though all the way until the end. " -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)77#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?
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10/1/2018 0:01:31Derek StogieNinja)75987.5"A decent, slightly short robusto. A little rustic in nature, with a variegated color and a sloppy cap." -<strong>Derek </strong> (StogieNinja)87.5"Leather and soil, with a hint of grassy bitterness.
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87.5MediumMedium"Begins with a warm, toasted tobacco and peanut butter crackers. Some molasses and brown sugar. Decent start. It’s a bit muddled, and nothing really stands out, but on the whole it’s enjoyable.
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87.5MediumMedium"Not a phenomenal cigar, but very pleasant. Toasted tobacco, Ritz crackers, molasses. Nothing stands out, but there’s nothing problematic either." -<strong>Derek </strong> (StogieNinja)87.5MediumMedium-Full"The cigar has warmed a bit and a little more spice is showing up now. Some warm baking spices join the toast and salted nuts. There a bit of sweetness, but not a lot, which is a good thing." -<strong>Derek </strong> (StogieNinja)92.5"Draw was great on this example. A touch looser than I would have liked, but an easy draw." -<strong>Derek </strong> (StogieNinja)87.5"Combustion was great, but the burn tended to want to go out at times. Nothing a few puffs couldn't remedy, but it may have detracted from the flavor a bit." -<strong>Derek </strong> (StogieNinja)87.5"Great draw and decent burn. Somewhat sloppy roll, but I'll take a sloppy roll that draws well and has a good burn over a beautiful roll that's too tight or is fireproof!" -<strong>Derek </strong> (StogieNinja)87.5"If in the very affordable price range, thus would be a great budget smoke. It hits the right notes without any major detractions. I wouldn’t pay much for it, its not complex or particularly interesting, but it's enjoyable enough." -<strong>Derek </strong> (StogieNinja)1#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?
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Real Average91.2590.0091.255.005.0091.255.505.5090.006.006.5093.7593.1393.1391.2555.00
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Standard Deviation4.332.043.231.911.003.231.630.003.541.911.152.504.274.273.2339.97
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Lower85.8487.4587.222.613.7587.223.465.5085.583.615.0690.6387.7987.7987.225.03
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Adjusted Average91909146916688779395959173
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Weight10510101010101025100
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Score9.134.509.139.138.839.259.509.5022.8191.77
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Overall Strength5.50
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Overall Body5.83
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Total Score92
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<h3>Initial Impressions</h3>Blind Cigar Review: Nestor Miranda Collection | Corojo Coffee Break
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<h4>Appearance:<strong>91</strong></h4><h3>Cigar Info</h3>
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<h3 style="text-align: center;">Vital Stats:</h3>
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#NAME?<p style="text-align: center;font-size: 130%; line-height: 140%;">Vitola: <strong>Robusto</strong>
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<h4>Aroma:<strong>90</strong></h4>Length:<strong>4 1/2"</strong>
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#NAME?Ring Gauge:<strong>50</strong>
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<h3>First Third</h3>Country of Origin:<strong>Nicaragua</strong>
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<h4>Flavor:<strong>91</strong>Wrapper:<strong>Nicaraguan Corojo</strong>
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Strength:<strong>Medium</strong>Binder:<strong>Nicaraguan </strong>
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Body/Complexity:<strong>Medium</strong></h4>Filler:<strong>Nicaraguan</strong>
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#NAME?Factory:<strong>My Father Cigars S.A.</strong>
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Blender:<strong> Don Pepin Garcia</strong>
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#NAME?Number of reviewers: <strong>4</strong>- <strong>Eric </strong>(smalls29)<strong>Jeff </strong>(ExpendableYouth)<strong>Matt </strong>(Mattehh)<strong>Derek </strong>(StogieNinja)#VALUE!#VALUE!#VALUE!#VALUE!#VALUE!#VALUE!
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<h3>Second Third</h3>Price:<strong>$7.75</strong>
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<h4>Flavor:<strong>91</strong>Age:<strong>1 Year</strong>
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Strength:<strong>Medium</strong>Release Date:<strong>July 2016</strong>
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Body/Complexity:<strong>Medium</strong></h4>Contributed by:<strong>Miami Cigar & Company</strong></p>
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<h4>Flavor:<strong>88</strong>
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Strength:<strong>Medium-Strong</strong>
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Body/Complexity:<strong>Medium-Full</strong></h4>
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<h4>Draw:<strong>93</strong></h4>
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<h4>Burn:<strong>95</strong></h4>
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<h4>Construction:<strong>95</strong></h4>
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<h4>Overall Strength:<strong>Medium</strong>
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Overall Body/Complexity:<strong>Medium-Full</strong>
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Experience Overall:<strong>91</strong></h4>
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"Even though this cigar was a mild/medium taste, the woody flavors had a nice balance throughout. There were flavors of oak and cherry wood with a nice campfire aroma coming from the smoke. The after-taste was not over powering and left a nice taste behind. Even though a bitter flavor showed, it did not come until almost at the end. Overall I am very pleased and would love to enjoy this one again." -<strong>Eric </strong> (smalls29)<br />
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"This was a really nice smoke overall. It didn't necessarily wow me but for an everyday cigar with a couple of unique features it's worth checking out. Definitely worth grabbing a couple and trying for yourself. " -<strong>Jeff </strong> (ExpendableYouth)<br />
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"After I smoked this cigar I felt as though I was underwhelmed. It had decent flavors and had great construction but throughout I was wanting more to come out. The cigar was just ok. It was a little shorter cigar so the difference in thirds were minimal. Not saying it was one note but felt as though all the way until the end. " -<strong>Matt </strong> (Mattehh)<br />
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"If in the very affordable price range, thus would be a great budget smoke. It hits the right notes without any major detractions. I wouldn’t pay much for it, its not complex or particularly interesting, but it's enjoyable enough." -<strong>Derek </strong> (StogieNinja)<br />
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<h4>Smoking Time (in minutes):<strong>73</strong></h4>
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5/19/2018 17:01:25Eric (smalls29)759GoodThis is a nice looking cigar with a deep brown wrapper and nice lines. Nothing special stands out though.Very GoodI am detecting a sweet coconut aroma, similar to sunscreen at the beach. An aroma I have never smelled before. Very nice.Very GoodMild-MediumMediumThe flavors are nothing to be overly excited about. There is a smoky, woody taste that has a nice lingering after-taste of oak and cherry wood. The smoke has a better invite with a nice odor of a campfire with oak and cherry.Very GoodMild-MediumMediumStill maintaining a nice mellow flavor. The woody flavors are still very present with a better aroma in the smoke than the inhale. There is still a nice after-taste that allows one to enjoy the smoky flavor that seems to accentuate the aroma of the smoke.Very GoodMild-MediumMediumAgain, a nice balance of oak and cherry wood. A nice campfire smell continues to come from the smoke. The flavor did get a bit bitter near the end giving a taste of charbroil. However, the after taste remained enjoyable.GreatA nice easy draw.GreatThe chimney stayed solid through the first two thirds until I decided to drop the ash.GreatSolid. The cigar felt hard and dry but it punched clean and held up throughout.Very GoodEven though this cigar was a mild/medium taste, the woody flavors had a nice balance throughout. There were flavors of oak and cherry wood with a nice campfire aroma coming from the smoke. The after-taste was not over powering and left a nice taste behind. Even though a bitter flavor showed, it did not come until almost at the end. Overall I am very pleased and would love to enjoy this one again.50
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6/20/2018 14:18:10Jeff (ExpendableYouth)759ExcellentThe cigar has an oily dark brown wrapper. There are small veins that run throughout, and tight well blended wrap lines. The wrapper has a slight toothy feel and is uniformly packed with no soft or hard spots. The foot is cut at a slight angle which is kind of unusual. GreatThe foot of the cigar has a pepper, cedar, barnyard aroma, while the wrapper has a sweet coco and earth note. ExcellentMedium-StrongMediumThere was an initial blast of pepper that quickly gave way to cedar, coco, and leather. The retrohale has a semi-sweet anise which I wasn't expecting but was a pleasant surprise. The draw was a bit tight at first but opened up after about a half-inch. I was a little worried about it at first but once it opened up it has been great providing copious smoke and flavor. ExcellentMedium-StrongMediumThe second-third has started to develop more leather and a coffee note. There is still the light pepper but it is almost an afterthought at this point with coco and earth taking front stage. The ash has been a little bit flaky and less firm than I normally like but overall the construction, burn, and smoke output have been perfect. ExcellentMedium-StrongMediumThe pepper has begun to build in the final-third and has blended quite well with the leather, coco, earth, and coffee notes. This is the perfect finish to this cigar as it was missing a bit of complexity in the second-third. The retro-hale still has the anise of the earlier thirds but is much spicier than previously. The construction, draw, and burn have been amazing throughout and have really enhanced the experience overall. GreatThe draw was a bit tight in the beginning but opened up about a half-inch into the smoke and remained really consistent the rest of the way. ExcellentThe cigar had a perfect burn from start to finish but I wish the ash didn't flake as often as it did. ExcellentThe cigar had great construction but the foot was cut a bit uneven. This didn't detract from the experience but caused it to burn a little uneven for the first quarter of an inch. ExcellentThis was a really nice smoke overall. It didn't necessarily wow me but for an everyday cigar with a couple of unique features it's worth checking out. Definitely worth grabbing a couple and trying for yourself. 92
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8/20/2018 16:57:40Matt (Mattehh)759ExcellentDark cocoa wrapper with defined veins. So it looked a little rough but still smooth.Very GoodThe aromas on the wrapper were of some leather and it was very faint. The foot was a lot more intense in aroma and that was of sweet hay and leather.GreatMild-MediumLight-MediumThe first third was a bit surprising of the flavors I got since the aroma off the cigar was of leather and sweet hay. I got leather throughout with a wood note. There was a sweetness that was not hay but just of a sweet tobacco. The retrohale was of a light spice. Near the end of the first third it started ramping up.GreatMediumMediumThe second third was still the same as the first but amped up just a little in intensity. I was still getting a wood, leather, and sweet note. It was still ramping up as it went through this third. The retro was still of a light spice. GoodMedium-StrongMedium-FullWith the final third it did start transitioning into more darker flavors of cocoa and coffee. Still had the leather and wood but those went to the background and the coffee was the main flavor. Nearing the end it did start getting real bitter. Close to perfectNo problems for draw. The draw was free flowing and there was an abundance of smoke.Close to PerfectNo issues of the burn. No delights of touch ups. Close to PerfectFeeling the cigar it felt it was packed nice and firm. The cigar had no voids or holes.GreatAfter I smoked this cigar I felt as though I was underwhelmed. It had decent flavors and had great construction but throughout I was wanting more to come out. The cigar was just ok. It was a little shorter cigar so the difference in thirds were minimal. Not saying it was one note but felt as though all the way until the end. 77
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10/1/2018 0:01:31Derek (StogieNinja)759GoodA decent, slightly short robusto. A little rustic in nature, with a variegated color and a sloppy cap.GoodLeather and soil, with a hint of grassy bitterness.
GoodMediumMediumBegins with a warm, toasted tobacco and peanut butter crackers. Some molasses and brown sugar. Decent start. It’s a bit muddled, and nothing really stands out, but on the whole it’s enjoyable.
GoodMediumMediumNot a phenomenal cigar, but very pleasant. Toasted tobacco, Ritz crackers, molasses. Nothing stands out, but there’s nothing problematic either.GoodMediumMedium-FullThe cigar has warmed a bit and a little more spice is showing up now. Some warm baking spices join the toast and salted nuts. There a bit of sweetness, but not a lot, which is a good thing.GreatDraw was great on this example. A touch looser than I would have liked, but an easy draw.GoodCombustion was great, but the burn tended to want to go out at times. Nothing a few puffs couldn't remedy, but it may have detracted from the flavor a bit.GoodGreat draw and decent burn. Somewhat sloppy roll, but I'll take a sloppy roll that draws well and has a good burn over a beautiful roll that's too tight or is fireproof!GoodIf in the very affordable price range, thus would be a great budget smoke. It hits the right notes without any major detractions. I wouldn’t pay much for it, its not complex or particularly interesting, but it's enjoyable enough.1
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