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Churchill
Corona Gorda
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Petit Corona/Corona
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Sotto 6
6-10
10-15
15-20
20-30
Oltre 30
Forza
Leggera
Medio-leggera
Media
Medio-forte
Forte
Valutazione
95-100
90-94
85-89
80-84
Inferiore a 80
Flavor profile
Cocoa
Creamy
Earth
Herbs
Leather
Nuts
Roasted
Smoky
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Sweet
Vegetal
Wood
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Armagnac
Cognac
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ABV
38.0-39.9%
40.0-43.0%
43.1-46.0%
46.1-50.0%
50.1-55.0%
over 55.0%
OB o IB
OB
IB
Prezzo
under 50
50-100
100-250
250-500
over 500
Valutazione
95-100
90-94
85-89
80-84
Inferiore a 80
Flavor profile
Cereal
Floral
Fruity
Honey
Marine
Peated
Sherried
Spices
Sweet
Winey
Wood

All out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money

All out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money

All out Kings Give Me Your Lunch Money 800 450 Luca Cominelli

All out kings are cigars made in Nicaragua, born from the collaboration between Caldwell Cigars and Drew Estate. “Give Me Your Lunch Money” is the Corona Gorda size. They are commercialized in box of 20 cigars.

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  • Country of Origin: Nicaragua
  • Size: 46 x 146 mm (5,8’’)
  • Wrapper: Connecticut Habano
  • Binder: Sumatra (Indonesia)
  • Filler: Nicaragua, Dominican R., U.S.A.
  • Price: $12 –

Aesthetically, the cigars are dressed up in a colorado maduro wrapper, which shows some color shades. To the touch, some cigars denoted small gaps, making the filling not properly homogeneous.

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All out Kings Give Me Your Money Lunch: unlit, it delivers scents of honey and cocoa. The opening is acidulous and releases vegetal notes.

The first third opens up with an intense spicy aroma of black pepper, which gradually moves to the background, leaving room for vegetal notes and cocoa. The strength is just above the average (3,5).

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In the second third the earth takes over, supported by vegetal notes and balsamic aromatic herbs. Cooca hints are also perceptible. The strength remains constant (3,5).

In the third third, the cocoa note becomes more intense, as well as the balsamic herbs. A soft spicy vein can be perceived in the background. In the finale, some spicy peaks reach the palate. The strength grows, reaching the medium-high level (4/5) and giving rise to a satisfying end.

Overall, the All Out of Kings Give Me Your Money Money is equipped with a perceptible evolution, especially in the first half, which then settles and is more perceptible as a change of intensity in the aromas. The aromatic bouquet is not the most wide, but the cigar is well balanced, intense and with good harmony to it.

Rating: 90