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Aging Room Bin No.1 D Minor

Aging Room Bin No.1 D Minor

Aging Room Bin No.1 D Minor 800 450 Luca Cominelli

Each of the cigars are packaged in a single wooden coffin. and a complete box is made up of 18 coffins.

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  • Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
  • Size: 38 x 178 mm (7’’)
  • Wrapper: Ecuador Habano
  • Binder: Dominican Republic
  • Filler: Dominican Republic
  • Price: € 10.-

The cigar is dressed in an oversize band, which once removed, reveals a smaller, more “classic” sized, band.

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This Lancero looks good aesthetically: the wrapper is oily and of a Colorado shade. Filling is homogeneous.

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Aging Room Bin No.1 D Minor: the cold draw reveals earth and soft hints of hay.

The first third opens with a note nutty notes (hazelnut), earth and floral aromas. Strength is light (2/5).

In the second third, the aromatic palette turns to walnut, but around half way through a bitter note appears. Strength increases slightly (2,5/5).

In the final third, floral and balsamic notes alternate. The bitter component becomes even more pronounced, giving rise to a real involution. Strength increases further (3,5/5).

Overall, a cigar that emits a good smoke in the first half, but which unravels in the second, due to the bitterness that upsets the aromatic palette and spoils the harmony.

Rating: 81

Of the Bin No.1 line, the C Major (review here) is a much better performer.

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