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At the time we published this review, I had not had the pleasure of telling you my thoughts on the Kolumbus K-Azul.
First of all, I would like to say I am enjoying the opportunity to learn more about cigars and Garrett Johnson, owner of Smooth Draw Cigars is helping educate me on all that goes into making a good cigar.
If you can spare the time to click on the link above (Cigar Review!) you will see the video I did on the Kolumbus K-Azul.
It was a pleasurable experience as I lite the Kolumbus, the first puff was light and the taste was mild with a hint of Pepper and Vanilla, and the smell was fresh and intoxicating with sweetness.
I look forward to your thoughts on the Kolumbus as well, so please feel free to comment in the section below!
You can click on the picture on the right-hand side to order the Kolumbus and don’t forget you get 10% off your first order if you use the coupon code GOLFGUIDE,
See you next week with another review from Smooth Draw Cigars.
Our First Review From Smooth Draw Cigars!
The Kolumbus K-Azul
Throw away your Cubans… these are taking over the world!
Location: La Palma, Spain
Details: Kolumbus Cigars are each unique and exclusive premium cigars completely handmade in La Palma, Spain. Each cigar is made of carefully selected leaves, long filler of 100% natural Palmero tobacco, aged in Spanish cedar cellars and wrapped with the utmost care.
- Strength: Mild
• Wrapper: Connecticut Claro
• Filler: Breña
• Notes: Very balanced, floral, fresh and spicy. Sweet beginnings marked with pepper, berries, cedar, vanilla, and rosemary.
The cigars from La Palma are the result of combining the best tobaccos developed in a long and handcraft process following traditional harvest and hand pressing techniques. The Breña leaf present in the blends gives a characteristic intense aroma and a floral flavor with touches of rosemary, berries, and nutmeg. These singularities are the result of the volcanic soil where tobacco grows in La Palma and the surrounding nature.
Cigars are also responsible for other intangible values like specific wordings which describe their size and shape. For example, nuncios are big and thick or panetelas are thin and long. La Palma is today the biggest tobacco manufacturer south of the Pyrenees.
The green of the fields fills the landscape of the island in November and December. This explosion of color is the start of the manufacturing process which concludes with the fermentation of the leaves which are then assembled with care and proficiency by the hands of expert artisans who give shape to one of the biggest pleasures in this world. As the famous tobacco grower Augusto González said:
“The best tobacco in the world is in Pinar del Rio (Cuba) and in La Palma; so it has been said, is said and will be said.”