To start off completely honest, this may be the best Victor Sinclair cigar on the market. In the past I’ve never been much of a fan of VS because many of their cigars are too similar in taste, aroma, etc. but this one is a little different and really stands out.
The rich peanut colored corojo wrapper is easy on the eyes, the minimal veins simply whispering, “We’re perfect”. There are delicate age spots along the wrapper while no blemishes or imperfections appear even under the harshest of lights. This cigar has one of the best looking bands that Victor Sinclair has put out, gold and maroon standing out against the dark wrapper, elegance on point.
The wrapper itself gives off a light cream and earth combination, the earth similar in strength to many Victor Sinclair cigars but the cream really smoothing it out and enticing your senses. The lit cigar keeps the combination but throws in a mild spice that intensifies the scent in the air gently.
This is something that the Victor Sinclair brand can be renowned for. Construction is the best quality these sticks have. The cigar is firm to the touch, a gentle give as you listen for the crackling tobacco. The foot has a little more give than the rest but it’s no surprise. There is a thin layer of oil on the wrapper, keeping it just out of reach of being dry. When lit, the burn is even until the nub while the ash it a light-medium grey, firm and strong. The draw stays a little tight throughout the smoke but doesn’t detract from the thick quality smoke hitting the palate.
Band Removal Suggestion:
I would suggest peeling this band off rather than sliding as there is a good chance of tearing the wrapper.
There is no real change in the flavors to this cigar so we’ll keep it at just the first third when describing them. The cold draw revealed a slightly pungent earth and spice duo that makes you think that it may be the typical VS cigar. After bringing flame to the begging foot, the initial flavors explode onto your palate with cloves, light spice, cedar, earth, and a grassy background. The flavors blend perfectly for a day in the woods camping with a nice brew and animals making a racket.
|Name:||Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo|
|Shape:||Churchill, Gordo, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo|
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