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I’ve been fermenting up a 5 gallon batch of Apfelwein (Hard Apple Cider). It’s well on it’s way. The cloudyness will subside over the next few weeks and this sucker should be ready for kegging on January 15, 2009. I can’t wait to try this stuff.
Ok, ok, I haven’t written for a while. But there is a new CAO out, and I have to tell you about it. As always, the packaging is clever and the bands are pretty–similar to the Cx2, but with gothic grey smoke. The box is clad in velvet and is attractive. (But who really cares about packaging, aside from than the Gurkha Titans of course?)
Also similar to the Cx2 is the name “Lx2,” which stands for Ligero “times 2″. The Cx2 featured two cameroon wrappers; the Mx2 featured two maduro wrappers. This cigar features to Ligero wrappers. Think of it as a La Flor Dominica Double Ligero with less flowery after taste (which is a good thing in my book).
CAO seems to release a new cigar every year. Last year, it was the America–which I loved. The year before that, it was the Cx2, and before that, the Soprano Edition. All unique. All great smokes. CAOs used to be somewhat inconsistent, but I believe they have improved the quality of their production in the last year or two. Today, while some still smoke better than others, I rarely have a CAO that is unsmokeable.
OK, so how is the Lx2? In a word, “STRONG.” By far the strongest CAO ever. It smokes well and has a clean draw and burn. Lots of puffy, pure white smoke with a equally white ash that seems to go on for miles. Normally, I rave about anything new from CAO, and there’s lots to rave about here. For me, however, it’s almost TOO strong. Often times, it’s hard to smoke like a regular cigar. I keep wanting to put it down (like I am supposed to) and give my mouth a rest. For many, that will be a good thing. For me, it’s good, but kind of a draw back (no pun intended) because the cigar almost forces a new style of smoking on you.
Bottom line: Another fine addition from CAO that’s definitely worth trying for yourself. I recommend starting with the Robusto size, if only because I can’t imagine anyone has the time these days to smoke one of the big Belicosos or Toros (also available). If you’re a patient smoker who loves a big bold taste, this is a dream come true–although it does take a little while to warm up and gets a little bitter toward the end.
LT Rating: 7.0
By the way, the second band contains the words “Fortaleza Tres.” I suspect many people will wonder what that means, so I did a little research. Basically, it means “three strength.” In Cuban terms, there are “Seco,” “Viso,” and “Ligero” strength cigars (classified as uno, dos, and tres, respectively). So, the second band is basically a declaration that the cigar is as strong as it gets. And it is. Times two.
Another take from CigarJack: “When the CAO America was released many felt it didn’t live up to the hype; this cigar is a different story. I was expecting something along the lines of a stronger CAO Brazilia, and expecting something that was all spice. Instead it kind of reminds me of a mix between the CAO Mx2 and CAO Brazilia. Even after all the cigars I smoked in Las Vegas the CAO Lx2 stands out. When they hit the shelves at my local shop I’m picking up a box.”
Yet another take from Cigar Smokers Journal: “I used a punch cut on this cigar to limit the smoke intake because of how strong everyone said these cigars are. I believe due to the fact I used to hole punch the cigar appeared to be more medium bodied to me. As I said in my preface this cigar is highly anticipated and should live up to the hype for most people. It is to date the best CAO I have ever smoked, and I consider myself a big fan of their smokes. If the appearance was better it would of scored 2-3 points higher.”
Happy Thanksgiving to all. I spent yesterday brewing up a 5-gallon batch of India Pale Ale. It’s fermenting nicely in my basement right now. This is my 5th batch since getting into the new hobby.
This year I decided to use some of the home brew equipment to deep fry the Thanksgiving turkey.
It was a sunny 39 degree day here in Cleveland, OH. I had a tough time keeping the oil at 350 degrees, but the turkey still came out amazing after 48 minutes in the hot oil bath. I smoked 2 cigars during the cooking process; a 5 Vegas Series “A” and a Perdomo Habano Maduro. Both good smokes to have while tending to the fryer and sipping my homebrew Hop Nog 2008 IPA.
I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend. Cheers.
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With all the talk over the past few weeks and months of CHANGE, CHANGE, CHANGE I was inspired to mix things up here at Leafytimes.com.
The reason the cigar reviews have been non-existent since Hudgar can be attributed to my new hobby – Home Brewing Beer. I’ve brewed up 20 gallons so far (India Pale Ale, American Pale Ale, Belgium Triple, Holiday IPA) with no signs of slowing down. It’s a great hobby that I’m really enjoying every aspect of it. I had thought of starting a NEW blog, but recently thought that I could easily combine CIGARS and BEER into one. It’s a natural marriage of the good life.
So hope and change have made there way to LeafyTimes. Stay tuned for more excitement, hope, change, disappoint, etc.
Brother Dicksbain has always been a fan of Perdomos. Not me. For some reason, they have always tasted bitter to me. Maybe it’s the Nicaraguan spice, which seems to overpower everything else. Not so with the Perdomo Habano line, however. What a masterpiece. These full-powered, large gauged beauties are sure to satisfy even the most demanding palates. And at just $4-5 per gar, you can’t go wrong. Available in Connecticut, Corojo and Maduro wrappers, I recommend trying the Connectcut. The lighter wrapper allows more of the complex flavors to shine through.
Leafytimes.com Approval: 8.0
Another take:StogieReview.com “. . . With a price point of $5.50 at my local shop, I definitely think they are worth it. The Perdomo Habano Corojo will be becoming a staple in humidor.”
Yet another take:Stogieguys.com “. . . Overall, though, I’d say the cigar delivers for the price. I also have a suspicion that they would be even better with some aging. I give the off-the-shelf Perdomo Habano“
We kicked off the 2nd Annual Hudgar on Thursday, August 14. For those of you that don’t follow our wacky blog, Hudgar is our two-man bi-annual cigarfest. We started this 3 years ago when I moved from SoCal to Ohio as an excuse to get nostaglic about the “good old days” of doing nothing more than smoking cigars in the garage.
A quick run down of the 3 day event:
Thursday, August 14 2008
I flew in the CLE airport from Nashville, TN
Drank three Great Lakes Brewing Company Black Out Stouts
Waited 3 hours for my brother
Played GW with Scott and Gile.
Brother arrived at gate C10 from LAX at 10:50PM
Lit up a CAO Gold for the drive home.
Stopped by a horrible Taco Bell in Twinsburg, OH – Order was all wrong.
Stopped by my work to get the Logitech Sound System and Indians Tickets.
Drove to the Hudson house
Sparked up the Padron 1964 Exclusivo
Drank some Lagunitas Maximus IPA
Watched South Park, Simpsons, and Family Guy
Montecristo 444 Africa capped out the cigars for the night.
Went to sleep @ 5AM
Friday, August 15 2008
Started the morning off with some cigars:
I had the Perdomo Lot 23 Churchhill
Brother had the Perdomo Exclusivo
Drove to QDoba for lunch
Drove to PR Cigar in Solon, OH and purchased several cigars.
Lit up the Arturo Fuente Best Seller for the drive.
Drove to Downtown Cleveland
Tried to drive to Little Italy, it was closed for THE FEAST.
Drove back to Downtown Cleveland and smoked on the pier by the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame.
We had a good weekend. Lots of Guildwars, plenty of cigars, and good weather for both of us. We’re both really excited about HudGar2008–now less than two weeks away. As I write this, I’m already wishing I could do it again. Something to look forward to in life is important. Let’s cherish the countdown to that wonderful occasion.
HudGar2008 – further discussion on selections.
Guildwars — Uncle Moneybags doing well, Diks Baina banned (wtf?!?!)
Dinner with Stan
Friends we’ve lost touch with (for one reason or another)
State of the family
Jeep purchase for Dicksbain?
Mysterious monitor disappearance from Spruce place
Uncle Moneybags – on the wagon after HudGar?
The importance of aging cigars
Converting old jazz records into to MP3s
Baseball (Angels kicking ass; Cleveland “rebuilding”)
HudGar2008 entertainment and furniture
Rocky Patel Olde World Toro (overhyped, but still good)
CAO Gold Robusto
Arturo Fuente Single Chateau Fuente
Cohiba Siguelo VI (oh, wait, I’ve said too much)
Rocky Patel Cuban Blend Belicoso
La Flor Dominica Single Liguero (60 x 5.75)
Don Lino Africa
A few weeks ago when I did the inaugural LGAR post, I reviewed the Macanudo Hyde Park. I wasn’t overly impressed with that cigar and I rated it a 6 / 10. Unfortunately for me, JRCIGAR tossed in a JR Alternative with the shipment to try and lure me into buying their branded sticks. So I fired it up for today’s lunch time break to decide if it was at a 6.
I’ve had a few brushes with the JR Alts before. I’ve never been overly impressed with there taste. There OK for bargain cigars, but don’t fool yourself ever thinking that the JR Alt of a CAO Gold will be able to stand proudly next to the real thing. In fact I believe most of the JR Alts tastes the same, despite JR offering 204 different varities. They’re generally good construction, decent burn, and good draw…but they lack the heart of the their true counterparts. The subtle tasting notes that make a great cigar are always absent. Sure, it’s a flaming stick of tobacco that you paid pennies for, but that doesn’t make it the same. I’ve also noticed that they don’t disclose the origin of the wrapper, binder, or filler…so it’s hard to think of a Pardon alternative that is made in Mexico having the same taste.
Specifically, the JR Alt Macanudo surprised me at first. It wasn’t a bad cigar. It was nothing like the original. It had a really bitter after taste all the way through. It burned very hot no matter how long I let it rest. I made it to the half way point and pitched it. Life is too short for alternatives.
Today I smoked the mild and tasty Dunhill Conado at lunch in the ongoing LGAR series. I wasn’t expecting much from this cigar for some reason. Perhaps because I hadn’t really heard any rave reviews about them that I could recall.
I was plesantly suprised. The Connecticut Shade wrapper on this near Dominican puro (It’s all dominican with a bit of brazillan filler thrown in) was veiny and bit rough. The contruction was great. Burn and draw were flawless throughout the entire cigar.
It’s a mild cigar that left a slightly bitter taste on the tounge. The aromas were floral at points and herby anise was present towards the end. I enjoyed this cigar throughout the duration.
So when I got back to my office to write this review, I thought I’d look up what these puppies cost. JR stocks them at $164.95 for a box of 25. That makes these $6.60 a piece when purchased in bulk. Although I liked this cigar while smoking it, it wasn’t good enough to justify the price. There are plenty of other cigars out there in the $6 – $7 price range that I would recommend. So that’s gonna drive the rating down on this cigar. I guess you’re paying for the brand name…