Popular Post dominattorney Posted May 5, 2019 Popular Post Share Posted May 5, 2019 Lovely lazy Sunday provided the perfect excuse to review a 4 year old Fundadore from a box that has been smoking lights out from our host. My stepdaughter also gave me a lovely new ash tray she made for me after we picked up a few new mugs and planters from her pottery guild's bi-annual sale. The uncut cigar is highlighting her handiwork in the first photograph. I used a punch to cut and got white bread and sourdough flavors off the cold draw. I cracked my laptop on the back patio to get some docket prep done for a busy day in court tomorrow and fired her up. I absolutely love this cigar and plan to buy a few more boxes as soon as our wedding debt is paid off. I don't get a lot of evolution from this cigar, but it has a lot of pleasant flavors that I consistently enjoy. Construction on this one was impeccable and the razor sharp burn held up to the brisk spring breeze coming down over Pikes Peak in the background. Flavors are all sweet white/sourdough bread coming and going throughout, with cream, hay, and a pleasant saltiness in the background. Lovely early spring day, and the cigar lasted about 165 minutes, just long enough to get me through my docket prep. Nubbed it in my new ash tray and now off to cut the grass and finish some chores around the house. 90+ 9 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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