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Four Kicks Sublime Cigar Review


Brand History:

Four Kicks is a brand that was born as a rebellious child, evolved into an angry adolescent, and finally matured into an adult whose personality centered around excellence, confidence, and determination.  In a way, the final blend they selected smokes in this same manner.  Four Kicks is about sticking to your guns, and remaining loyal to those whom you love, and the hometown that brought you to the dance.  Four Kicks is about turning your back on the corporate machine, and making your own rules.


The Four Kicks Sublime has a light oily brown wrapper that was smooth to the touch.  It is evenly colored with some tooth and a light aromatic smell of earth and spice.  The pre-light smell was very rich.


Journey Profile:

1st quarter: The cigar was very smooth and an effortless draw allowed plenty of smoke through to the palate.  It delivered full flavored characters right at the start.  2nd quarter: Was unquestionably alluring and consistent with plenty of richness.  During the 3rd quarter: I found a good amount of cedar with some creamy texture and increasing strength.  Nice spices developed through the nose with great texture on the palate.  And in the 4th quarter; Four Kicks really picks up into full flavors and strength right through to the end.


 Final Thoughts:

The Four Kicks Sublime Cigar has excellent overall construction with an even and slow burn.  It produces plenty of dense smoke with great aroma, its tight gray ash bringing forth an earthy and rich tobacco character.  Overall, it is an extremely well made and complex cigar that delivered good flavor and a nice balance.


Myron Gooch Sr.

Smoked at: Man Cave.

Time Smoked: 1 hour 30 minutes.

Cost: $11.00

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano

Binder: Nicaragua

Filler: Nicaragua

Size: 6” x 54

Rating: 90

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