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Cult Ometepe Grande Robusto Cigar Review

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Cult Ometepe Grande Robusto Cigar Review This 5.5×54 stick features a dark tan dry soft wrapper with an even firm pack, minimal veins, tight seams, double ca…

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  1. No, although there have been 2-3 cigars that I have experienced that in.
    This wasn’t as pronounced, more of a savory feeling.

  2. Ometepe tobacco is grown in the volcanic soil of the Ometepe island in
    Nicaragua. This is some of the richest soil in the world and produces a
    limited amount of tobacco per year. Its complex and flavorful. Thanks for
    the review Cigarobsession!

  3. always say the same thing. spice it up a little bit

  4. Sounds good to me. I might try that.

  5. These cigars are really nice. Always good to find a new cigar to enjoy

  6. What is Ometepe?

  7. @2losenuthin Even If he does, he will be an ass about it

  8. A type of tobacco like Connecticut, habano, etc.

  9. Love Nicaraguan tobacco

  10. You seem to be a fan of this cigar. What are your preferred flavor
    characteristics in a cigar? Along with texture/thickness of the smoke?

  11. Do mean an “Umami” taste? Umami is called the fifth taste, along with
    bitter, sour, sweet and savory. Foods and condiments with Umami would be
    like soy sauce, steak sauce, anything with monosodium glutomate (MSG),
    Worsteshire sauce, sushi. I tend to think that the food in question hits
    various taste centers at once, creating the effect.

  12. Hey man you seem to know a lot about cigars i was wondering whats a sweet
    creamy low strength cigar preferably a montecristo cigar thanks and keep up
    the vids.

  13. Also, out of curiosity, when you get a cigar from someone, how long do you
    keep it in the humidor before you try it? I try to keep mine in for 1-3
    months if it’s something I’ve not tried before, and if I like it I go for 6
    months or longer.

  14. Nice review, sounds like something I would like

  15. I heard this is a good cigar! Go Cult!!

  16. Everything is acclimated for at least a few weeks. Beyond that it’s up to
    general scheduling in the order things come in, usually a few months.

  17. By Chewy, I thought you were referring to that hairy character from Star

  18. @2929brandon he won’t answer that question as he feels its too much of an
    amature question. Pretty simple though… take your lighter and light the
    part thats not keeping up.

  19. just wanted to make sure, thanks! and sorry to the mighty cigar snob haha

  20. do you have any direction on how to “touch up” a wonky burner? i searched
    your videos… just curious

  21. Nice review :) I have a question, what do you do during the smoke when you
    aren’t recording?

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