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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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4/18/2019 18:55:56Alan Eulogy)85992.5"The wrapper is slightly rustic in appearance. The application is slightly off giving it a wrinkled look, the seams could be a little tighter, and there's a bit of discoloration to the wrapper. It's still an attractive cigar but not picture perfect. " -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)90"There's a rich note of tobacco, barnyard, white pepper, and caramel note on the foot. " -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)95Medium-StrongMedium-Full"Starts with a super aggressive level of pepper. There is a sweet caramel note in the background and with the tingle of the pepper reminds me almost of cola. Notes of milk chocolate, leather, and bread round out a long finish. Smoke output is phenomenal." -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)95Medium-StrongMedium-Full"If I'm guessing, this thing is packed with ligero. The spice level is almost that of jalapeno and quite rich and oily. Hickory, black coffee, burnt caramel, and frosting make a very interesting third of sweet, spicy, and savory. " -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)92.5Medium-StrongMedium-Full"The cola tingle is back from the first third and is only bolstered by the caramel sweetness. I was getting use to the oily red pepper heat but it's kicked up a notch yet again reawakening my palate. The finish is a long one and after the burn subsides it's notes of leather, tobacco, and wood." -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)95"Almost the perfect amount of resistance. " -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)95"Burned razorsharp, no issues. " -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)90"The only thing I can really find fault in the cigar is the construction. The wrapper seems very thin and cracked constantly. It didn't effect the burn though. Also the cap chipped off on one spot taking about a third of it the band with it. " -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)95"If you like very spicy full bodied cigars this could be a winner for you. The flavors had a nice progression, the burn was spot on, and the smoke output was wonderful. That being said, I wouldn't smoke this as the first cigar of the day; it's a little too full. " -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)80#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?
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5/1/2019 12:44:29Ryan H. Ryan H.)85987.5"5 3/8 x40 tricapped very light brown wrapper some prominate veins." -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)82.5"The cigar doesnt give an aroma." -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)87.5MediumMedium-Full"A spicy blast with a Carmel sweetness starts this one off. Spice hangs on through the warm up period. It is fairly complex with many layers floral note joins the spice. Most of the spice has now departed, leaving way for wood and Brad to make an appearance." -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)90MediumMedium"Burn has needed two corrections. Burn is in pretty bad shape, but the profile is very nice. As you smoke it gets darker floral leaves. Spice is the only original not left, as things move to wood and then to campfire." -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)90MediumMedium"Room note is fantastic. Wood and campfire remain as the cigar finishes" -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)90"Draw was very good through out the experience. " -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)82.5"With two corrections and a very ugly burn through out, it is worth mentioning." -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)90"Construction looked very well." -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)87.5"The profile is worth experiencing even with the burn problems. I would have this cigar in my collection no doubt." -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)100#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?
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5/3/2019 8:56:51Mickey T. irratebass)85987.5"Beautiful brown wrapper that has minimal veins & seams" -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)82.5"No real aromas coming off the body, but on the foot I get a faint milk chocolate aroma. " -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)90MediumMedium"On the cold draw I get milk chocolate, peanuts and a hint of cinnamon. As the cigar progresses I get tea with almonds, chocolate and wood. The strength is medium. " -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)90MediumMedium"No changes in this third, flavors stay the same, not good or bad imo, sometimes you want consistency right? " -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)90MediumMedium"Unfortunately the wrapper came off when the band was removed, then is got a bit mushy or squishy. The flavors stayed the same. " -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)92.5"Nice & open " -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)90"Very nice burn only a couple of touch ups were required" -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)87.5"Good construction until the when the cigar became mushy" -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)90"This cigar was good, but not great. It's one of those cigars that stay consistent. If I wasn't reviewing it I may have enjoyed it more. This is the kind of cigar that you can smoke and not pay attention to like if you smoke this while watching a show or reading.

The cigar had some really nice flavors to me. I was greeted with tea, coffee, wood, chocolate and nuts throughout the smoke, so definitely not one-dimensional. " -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)
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5/4/2019 11:20:28John A. Bostoneo)85987.5"Pale tan wrapper and plenty of small and medium sized veins run the length of this long and slender sized stick." -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)90"A super loose cold draw reveals flavors of semi sweet cherries while scents of light barnyard and sweet leather come from the wrapper and foot. " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)87.5MediumMedium"Red licorice, leather, cream, and roasted malt kick off the light up of this stick. An inch in earthy barrel like notes hit the tongue creating a sour aftertaste which I do not enjoy. This one likes to burn quickly and is constantly spewing off ash into my lap. " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)77.5MediumMedium"As the wrapper begins to lift off the bundle, small burn lines go up the edges of the seams. Flavors still exhibit damp earthy woodsy flavors with the sour aftertaste, bleh. After awhile it is pure salt lick flavor... " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)75Medium-StrongMedium-Full"The salty sourness continues. It takes a lot in me to not pitch this. " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)95"It’s only redeeming factor. " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)82.5"Would go out a few times if not constantly monitored. " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)82.5"Wrapper lifts and tiny cracks would form. Bad ash retention. " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)77.5"This is harsh, but I couldn’t recommend this to my worst enemy. While it started out OK, it all just went to hell in the flavor department. The sourness and saltiness was just a big turn off, not to mention the small snowstorm of ash that would flake off in tiny bits as if there was a grimlin inside throwing it at me saying... please no, stop smoking me. The best thing about this cigar was the draw; that’s it. One and done here. " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)50#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?#NAME?
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Real Average88.7586.2590.006.006.5088.136.006.0086.886.506.5093.1387.5087.5087.5081.25
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Standard Deviation2.504.333.541.001.157.471.001.008.001.151.152.396.123.547.3622.50
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Lower85.6380.8485.584.755.0678.794.754.7576.875.065.0690.1379.8583.0878.3053.13
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Adjusted Average88868867926691779488899192
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Weight10510101010101025100
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Score8.754.318.839.179.089.428.758.9222.7189.94
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Overall Strength5.83
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Overall Body6.17
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Total Score90
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<h3>Initial Impressions</h3>Blind Cigar Review: Warped | Dragon's Wish
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<h4>Appearance:<strong>88</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>Corona</strong>
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<h4>Aroma:<strong>86</strong></h4>Length:<strong>5.5" </strong>
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#NAME?Ring Gauge:<strong>42</strong>
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<h3>First Third</h3>Country of Origin:<strong>USA</strong>
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<h4>Flavor:<strong>88</strong>Wrapper:<strong>Undisclosed</strong>
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Strength:<strong>Medium</strong>Binder:<strong>Undisclosed</strong>
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Body/Complexity:<strong>Medium-Full</strong></h4>Filler:<strong>Undisclosed</strong>
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#NAME?Factory:<strong>El Titan de Bronze</strong>
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Blender:<strong>Kyle Gellis</strong>
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#NAME?Number of reviewers: <strong>4</strong>- <strong>Alan </strong>(Eulogy)<strong>Ryan H. </strong>(Ryan H.)<strong>Mickey T. </strong>(irratebass)<strong>John A. </strong>(Bostoneo)#VALUE!#VALUE!#VALUE!#VALUE!#VALUE!#VALUE!
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<h3>Second Third</h3>Price:<strong></strong>
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<h4>Flavor:<strong>92</strong>Age:<strong>3 Months</strong>
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Strength:<strong>Medium</strong>Release Date:<strong>Feb 2019</strong>
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Body/Complexity:<strong>Medium</strong></h4>Contributed by:<strong>Blind Man's Puff</strong></p>
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<h4>Flavor:<strong>91</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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<h3>Overall Impressions<h3>
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<h4>Draw:<strong>94</strong></h4>
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<h4>Burn:<strong>88</strong></h4>
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<h4>Construction:<strong>89</strong></h4>
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<h4>Overall Strength:<strong>Medium-Strong</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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"If you like very spicy full bodied cigars this could be a winner for you. The flavors had a nice progression, the burn was spot on, and the smoke output was wonderful. That being said, I wouldn't smoke this as the first cigar of the day; it's a little too full. " -<strong>Alan </strong> (Eulogy)<br />
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"The profile is worth experiencing even with the burn problems. I would have this cigar in my collection no doubt." -<strong>Ryan H. </strong> (Ryan H.)<br />
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"This cigar was good, but not great. It's one of those cigars that stay consistent. If I wasn't reviewing it I may have enjoyed it more. This is the kind of cigar that you can smoke and not pay attention to like if you smoke this while watching a show or reading.

The cigar had some really nice flavors to me. I was greeted with tea, coffee, wood, chocolate and nuts throughout the smoke, so definitely not one-dimensional. " -<strong>Mickey T. </strong> (irratebass)<br />
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"This is harsh, but I couldn’t recommend this to my worst enemy. While it started out OK, it all just went to hell in the flavor department. The sourness and saltiness was just a big turn off, not to mention the small snowstorm of ash that would flake off in tiny bits as if there was a grimlin inside throwing it at me saying... please no, stop smoking me. The best thing about this cigar was the draw; that’s it. One and done here. " -<strong>John A. </strong> (Bostoneo)<br />
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<h4>Smoking Time (in minutes):<strong>92</strong></h4>
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4/18/2019 18:55:56Alan (Eulogy)859GreatThe wrapper is slightly rustic in appearance. The application is slightly off giving it a wrinkled look, the seams could be a little tighter, and there's a bit of discoloration to the wrapper. It's still an attractive cigar but not picture perfect. Very GoodThere's a rich note of tobacco, barnyard, white pepper, and caramel note on the foot. ExcellentMedium-StrongMedium-FullStarts with a super aggressive level of pepper. There is a sweet caramel note in the background and with the tingle of the pepper reminds me almost of cola. Notes of milk chocolate, leather, and bread round out a long finish. Smoke output is phenomenal.ExcellentMedium-StrongMedium-FullIf I'm guessing, this thing is packed with ligero. The spice level is almost that of jalapeno and quite rich and oily. Hickory, black coffee, burnt caramel, and frosting make a very interesting third of sweet, spicy, and savory. GreatMedium-StrongMedium-FullThe cola tingle is back from the first third and is only bolstered by the caramel sweetness. I was getting use to the oily red pepper heat but it's kicked up a notch yet again reawakening my palate. The finish is a long one and after the burn subsides it's notes of leather, tobacco, and wood.ExcellentAlmost the perfect amount of resistance. ExcellentBurned razorsharp, no issues. Very GoodThe only thing I can really find fault in the cigar is the construction. The wrapper seems very thin and cracked constantly. It didn't effect the burn though. Also the cap chipped off on one spot taking about a third of it the band with it. ExcellentIf you like very spicy full bodied cigars this could be a winner for you. The flavors had a nice progression, the burn was spot on, and the smoke output was wonderful. That being said, I wouldn't smoke this as the first cigar of the day; it's a little too full. 80
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5/1/2019 12:44:29Ryan H. (Ryan H.)859Good5 3/8 x40 tricapped very light brown wrapper some prominate veins.SubparThe cigar doesnt give an aroma.GoodMediumMedium-FullA spicy blast with a Carmel sweetness starts this one off. Spice hangs on through the warm up period. It is fairly complex with many layers floral note joins the spice. Most of the spice has now departed, leaving way for wood and Brad to make an appearance.Very GoodMediumMediumBurn has needed two corrections. Burn is in pretty bad shape, but the profile is very nice. As you smoke it gets darker floral leaves. Spice is the only original not left, as things move to wood and then to campfire.Very GoodMediumMediumRoom note is fantastic. Wood and campfire remain as the cigar finishesVery GoodDraw was very good through out the experience. SubparWith two corrections and a very ugly burn through out, it is worth mentioning.Very GoodConstruction looked very well.GoodThe profile is worth experiencing even with the burn problems. I would have this cigar in my collection no doubt.100
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5/3/2019 8:56:51Mickey T. (irratebass)859GoodBeautiful brown wrapper that has minimal veins & seamsSubparNo real aromas coming off the body, but on the foot I get a faint milk chocolate aroma. Very GoodMediumMediumOn the cold draw I get milk chocolate, peanuts and a hint of cinnamon. As the cigar progresses I get tea with almonds, chocolate and wood. The strength is medium. Very GoodMediumMediumNo changes in this third, flavors stay the same, not good or bad imo, sometimes you want consistency right? Very GoodMediumMediumUnfortunately the wrapper came off when the band was removed, then is got a bit mushy or squishy. The flavors stayed the same. GreatNice & open Very GoodVery nice burn only a couple of touch ups were requiredGoodGood construction until the when the cigar became mushyVery GoodThis cigar was good, but not great. It's one of those cigars that stay consistent. If I wasn't reviewing it I may have enjoyed it more. This is the kind of cigar that you can smoke and not pay attention to like if you smoke this while watching a show or reading.

The cigar had some really nice flavors to me. I was greeted with tea, coffee, wood, chocolate and nuts throughout the smoke, so definitely not one-dimensional.
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5/4/2019 11:20:28John A. (Bostoneo)859GoodPale tan wrapper and plenty of small and medium sized veins run the length of this long and slender sized stick.Very GoodA super loose cold draw reveals flavors of semi sweet cherries while scents of light barnyard and sweet leather come from the wrapper and foot. GoodMediumMediumRed licorice, leather, cream, and roasted malt kick off the light up of this stick. An inch in earthy barrel like notes hit the tongue creating a sour aftertaste which I do not enjoy. This one likes to burn quickly and is constantly spewing off ash into my lap. PoorMediumMediumAs the wrapper begins to lift off the bundle, small burn lines go up the edges of the seams. Flavors still exhibit damp earthy woodsy flavors with the sour aftertaste, bleh. After awhile it is pure salt lick flavor... BadMedium-StrongMedium-FullThe salty sourness continues. It takes a lot in me to not pitch this. ExcellentIt’s only redeeming factor. SubparWould go out a few times if not constantly monitored. SubparWrapper lifts and tiny cracks would form. Bad ash retention. PoorThis is harsh, but I couldn’t recommend this to my worst enemy. While it started out OK, it all just went to hell in the flavor department. The sourness and saltiness was just a big turn off, not to mention the small snowstorm of ash that would flake off in tiny bits as if there was a grimlin inside throwing it at me saying... please no, stop smoking me. The best thing about this cigar was the draw; that’s it. One and done here. 50
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