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“Sweet earthy tones” Crux Bull & Bear Cigar Review.

Brand History

At Crux Cigars, they believe cigars build friendships and community that unite people from all walks of life.  They allow people to relax from the stressors of life and sort out the challenges that they face.  Cigars allow their smokers to celebrate the moments that matter most, rewarding them for their successes and helping them to accept their failures.  This is why Crux Bull & Bear are committed to building premium cigars of the highest quality and value.  Each of their blends are developed with skill and craftsmanship that they hope their customers will agree, result in a great smoking experience.


The cigar was solid to the touch and covered with a great looking oily brown wrapper.  A lot of sweet earthy tones were evident on the pre-light smell and flavor.


 Journey Profile:

1st quarter: Once lit, you will notice an instant creamy texture to the smoke with a touch of peppery notes through the nose.  A smooth draw let full rich flavors onto the palate immediately.  There was a creamy texture to the smoke along with an underlying sweetness.  2nd quarter: Some spices continued to develop through the nose.  A smooth draw produced an even burn and bold yet subdued characters.  Full flavors with an underlying full body came quickly into play.  Some cocoa notes helped produce a dense smoke and great aroma.  3rd quarter: Plenty of creaminess came through with some dried fruit on the palate.  There was also a roast flavor with some sweetness.  Straightforward full flavors with a lot of earthy tobacco appeared along with spicy characters.  4th quarter: A slow and easy burn created a nice ash all the way through.  It developed into a full body with a creamy texture and rich flavors of wood, spices and a hint of nuttiness on the palate.  Spice through the nose was well balanced and the cigar was packed with consistent flavors.


Final Thoughts:

The Crux Bull & Bear packed a nice punch of flavor to match its impressive construction.  There were spices through the nose with a well-rounded texture on the palate.  It is smoked with ease, offered great sweet and spicy notes and had a great burn all the way through.


Myron Gooch Sr.

Reviewed at: The Man Cave.

Time Smoked: 1 hour 30 minutes.

Cost: $8.75

Wrapper: Nicaragua Habano Jalapa.

Binder: Nicaragua.

Filler: Nicaragua.

Size: 5 ½” x 55.

Rating: 88

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