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Diesel Whiskey Row Cigar Review | LeeMack912 | San Andres Bourbon barrel aged

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Diesel Whiskey Row cigar | Ecuadoran Habano wrapper, Nicarguan filler from Ometepe, Condega and Jalapa and Mexican San Andrés binder aged in Rabbit Hole Bourbon barrels. LeeMack912 Reviews

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new Diesel cigar brand is set to launch in cigar shops this summer, and it sports some tobaccos that were aged in Bourbon barrels.

Called Diesel Whiskey Row, the blend uses an Ecuadoran Habano wrapper and a filler blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos from Ometepe, Condega and Jalapa. The Mexican San Andrés binder leaf, though, has been aged in barrels that were once used to age Kentucky-based Rabbit Hole Bourbon.

According to General Cigar, two years ago Rabbit Hole sent some spent Bourbon barrels to Nicaraguan cigarmaker A.J. Fernandez’s Tabacalera A.J. Fernandez factory. There, Fernandez placed the San Andrés binder leaves inside the Bourbon barrels, where they were carefully monitored as they aged before being rolled.

Diesel Whiskey Row will launch in June in four sizes, each housed in 25-count boxes: Robusto, measuring 5 1/2 inches by 52 ring gauge; Toro, 6 by 54; Churchill, 7 by 49; and Gigante, 6 by 60. The line is expected to retail from $7.49 to $8.99.

9 Comments

  1. Smoking a kafie 1901 tonight. Been away for awhile. Hope everything's good.

  2. Another great video brother have a great day and wonderful a wonderful holiday!

  3. As a younger guy, I appreciate your words of wisdom.

  4. Yo Lee have another great day and enjoy your Memorial day. Big O from Texas in the house.

  5. Why is it called whiskey row aged in whiskey barrel, infused, or best paired with whiskey?

  6. Deeper video for sure. My top shelf cigar choice is the Perdomo Bourbon barrel aged Connecticut. Not over rated. I thought the Camacho American and Nicuraguan barrel were over rated when I smoked them.

  7. LeeMack, you seemed stressed, a little heart broken. One thing I've learned for sure is when the year to year outlook doesn't work. You have to move to month to month or day to day or when it gets bad. Hour to hour. But that's when we have to grasp what we immediately have in our life and move on from there. But you help me. Know that.

  8. Another beauty LeeMack keep chillin just smoken and relaxin

  9. this cigar is on the okie doke lol

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