Length/Ring: 6 x 50
Wrapper: Colorado Claro
My Rating: 3.75 Stars
This Dunhill Signed Range has been a cigar on my wish list to smoke for a long time.Â I have heard nothing but good things about this cigar and couldn’t wait to fire it up for myself.Â It is a very good looking cigar with a great build.Â The blend consists of Dominican Piloto Cubano and South American Cubita leaf picked from the top of the plant, where the leaves are the fullest of flavor. Â The Sun-grown Ecuadorian wrapper from Connecticut seed gives a flawless appearance and an almost reddish hue, which is a beautiful site.Â Dunhill has made some great cigars throughout the years and even made cubans back before the embargo.
Initial light up gave off some sweet notes and a slight bit of spice.Â Nothing strong or overpowering was coming from this stick, it was smooth and had a great draw.Â I did continue to get the same slight sweetness but the spice fell off and it just became very mellow.Â So mellow in fact it started to become slightly boring.Â I’m not sure if I had a bad stick or if this cigar is supposed to be one dimensional because it was the rest of the way.Â For being such a sought after stick in the Dunhill inventory, I expected much more from this cigar.Â I will give a few more a try and see if my views can be swayed.
I am the Chief Editor of In The Humidor and have been running this site since 2007!Â I enjoy a great cigar with friends and just hanging around the house.Â I have 3 beautiful daughters and a wonderful wife, we live in the Dallas, Tx area.Â I also enjoy a good bourbon, craft beer, and absolutelyÂ love the ocean and beach.
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