Monday, March 07, 2011

Diplomaticos No. 1 in cellophane from the 70s


Last one outta Allan's bomb....

After removing the cello a smell of old leather, dry wood and the smell I call "old library" is in the nose... The cigar itself has a light colorado colored, fine wrapper and it's extremly box-pressed.

The first puffs say: welcome to the library... old paper and the typical smooth vintage flavor that I like so much. After a while decent sweetness is coming up joined by some white pepper.

In the second third the taste turns over to dark roasted coffee, wood and strong tobacco... oh well... that's a nice old lady...

The last third is still woody with a very intensive aroma of fresh soft pretzel which remains until I put it to the ashtray....

The smoking time was 2 hours.... 2 wonderful hours... an awesome smoke.

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