The flavor profile was pretty nice and exhibited some good complexities through the first two thirds. Performance was very good and required no attention. Definitely give this a try as it’s one I’ll be looking forward to smoking more of.
Globally recognized as the iconic face of the award-winning television drama, Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle is now producing a cigar reminiscent of those enjoyed at Highclere Castle during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Foundation Coffee will premier with four different coffees which were meticulously selected, blended, and roasted to not only accent, but to bring out previously unlocked flavor complexities when paired with Foundation cigars.
To commemorate and honor the great state of Connecticut and its tobacco tradition Foundation Cigar Company has created for release, a very limited number of Chest Collector “Humidor” Boxes that will be available in stores.
A $5 Connecticut broadleaf providing rich dankness, gritty earth and milk chocolate?! I just found my every day broadleaf cigar (if there is such a thing). This is an easy box purchase. Nick created a budget home run with this blend. Very impressive!
In my opinion, an infused cigars purpose is to present flavors that are appealing to people that don't enjoy the flavors that a non-infused cigar would provide. In this case, the only flavors like that were the minty/menthol flavor and I don't personally care for that in a cigar.
Foundation Cigar Co., as expected by most, creates a tasty Connecticut Broadleaf cigar. This is a good example of what a Connecticut Broadleaf cigar should be; chewy and dirty, medium full / full bodied cigar.
This was a great cigar that I can smoke all day. Well rounded body and flavors providing sweetness, spice, bitterness, delicious retrohale and finish. Nick Melillo blends a killer Connecticut shade cigar!