Hi I’m Nada with SmokingCigarGirl and today I’m going to be reviewing the Booze Brothers Amaretto flavored cigar. This cigar has an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper and a Nicaraguan binder and filler. The cigar has a couple visible veins and a little bit of mottling on the wrapper. The aroma is what you would expect from the amaretto infusion; it’s an amaretto scented cigar. And the cold draw also has the sweet, nutty amaretto flavors.
The first couple of puffs have a very lightly sweet note on the front of the palate and there’s some earthiness and woodsiness on the finish.
The First Third of the Booze Brothers Amaretto
The first third of this cigar has had some amaretto flavors; it really didn’t present themselves after the first few puffs. The amaretto flavors are not overpowering but they’re definitely very well-blended into the rest of the flavors of the cigar.
So on the front of the palate, I’m getting light amaretto flavors, sweetness and nuttiness. You can taste a little bit of the alcohol and there’s also some earthiness mixed in as well. The amaretto flavors carry into the finish and along with those, I get a little bit of spice and a little bit of wood. Everything is blended together nicely and the flavors are complementary rather than separated.
The draw on this cigar is excellent. The burn is mostly even and the ash, as you can see, is holding on very well so far.
The Second Third of the Booze Brothers Amaretto
The second third of the cigar continues to have some earthiness and amaretto sweetness and nuttiness on the front of the palate. The amaretto flavors on the finish are not as present as they were in the first third and the spiciness has picked up a little bit more. The cigar continues to have an excellent draw. I did have to touch-up part of the wrapper during the second third of the cigar, but other than that no other issues.
The Final Third of the Booze Brothers Amaretto
The amaretto flavors in the final third of this Booze Brothers Amaretto infused cigar have really held back a lot and really all that remains is a little bit of the sweetness and a little bit of the alcohol flavoring; the nuttiness is gone from the front of the palate. The finish has no amaretto flavorings and it is mostly peppery but not very strong.
Conclusion of the Booze Brothers Amaretto
The cigar overall has been a medium-bodied cigar and a little bit more than a medium strength cigar, probably in the medium to full category. The cigar had an excellent draw from start to finish and the burn was mostly even throughout the cigar though I had to touch it up again in the second third.
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