Cigar Review - Aladino Classic Gordo

Cigar Review - Aladino Classic Gordo

Vitola Smoked

• Aladino Classic Gordo
• size = 6.5 inches x 60 ring gauge

Blend Information

• Wrapper = Habano
• Binder = Corojo
• Filler = Habano & Corojo

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Tasting Notes

For tasting notes, we offer up to 5 characterizing notes, and focus on those that should be the most noticeable for the average enthusiast (rather than every possible nuanced tasting note).
• citrus zest
• pretzel dough
• baker's spices
• white pepper
• oak


Prelight draw has a faint taste of pretzel dough or sourdough buns that is also present in the first third of the cigar along with a unique citrus zest and bakers spices that are more notable on the retrohale along with a mild white pepper.

Moving into the second third the bakers spices become more present along with a hint of oak.

In the final third bakers spices and oak are the predominant notes with the salt and zest still remaining.

Notable Highlights

Visually this cigar looks great! Nice mellow brown color. Visible seams and veins but smooth. Excellent construction. Clean even burn with an impressively thick solid ash. A true medium body cigar with only a slight bite of white pepper on the retrohale.

Reviewed By: 

Chris C.

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