ATL Cigar Co. “Good Trouble” Cigar.
Brand Profile: Complexity, Good Trouble, Flavorful, Clean finish
Vitola (Size): 5″ x 50
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Habano – Binder: Indonesian Sumatra – Filler: Nicaraguan
The Blaze Report
There wasn’t much on the brand profile on this cigar so I will share what I really enjoyed. A classic robusto shaped cigar with a evenly colored wrapper with a clean and slightly sweet smell on the pre-light. Unique with a peppery floral note. A sweet tone that carried over to the taste and lingered on the palate through to the finish, Light sweet tone as well that carried over to the taste. Very light spice that had a lot of black pepper developed as the cigar was smoke. Some cedar earth like notes and plenty of smoke. Outstanding construction very well made cigar that burned medium to almost full body.
Making the Grade
1. Did you enjoy the aroma of the cigar while smoking? Yes, 2. Did the taste transition as you smoked it? Yes Does it have complexity? Yes, 3. How consistent was the strength level ? Medium to almost full. 4. What makes this cigar different or special? There was a razor edge burn from start to finish. 5. Did the cigar produce spice? No but plenty of pepper on through the nose,6. Did the flavors match the description? Yes, 7. Did the strength match the description? Yes medium to almost full, 8. Would you smoke this cigar again? Yes.