So far my experience with Curivari cigars has been, well let’s say varied. They either hit or miss in my opinion.
Well rolled smooth wrapper with a very neat triple cap, pack was a little on the soft side but I have found this consistent with most Curivari cigars.
I use a punch to open all my cigars if possible, and this example had light resistance for the cold draw with a faint taste of hay.
Once lit smoke output was surprisingly abundant, Impressed by light clouds of sweet cedar with a short finish.
Just past the twenty-minute mark the flavours start to become interesting. Sweet barnyard was the theme and even though smoke was thick it dissipated quickly. Only ten minutes later sweet turned to a creamy salted popcorn, such a treat.
Strength and flavour peaked at medium, from the sixty minute mark a sour note become increasingly prevalent. Overall enjoyable, nice work Curivari!