Devil’s Weed Raleigh

Today I’m smoking the Devil’s Weed Raleigh, an Ecuadorian Connecticut-wrapped robusto from Molina Cigar. It’s a mild, smooth cigar made in the Dominican Republic.

I talk about Molina Cigar, Luis Molina’s blog, the history behind the name, and some characteristics of Connecticut Shade-grown wrappers.

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Great review! I DO enjoy mild cigars ;) If I can find these locally I will pick some up for a test run of my own!

Still like my Cameroon over Connecticut so far though ;)

Mike

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Great review. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Thanks@ BC

Nice review man… I have been thinkin’ of buyin’ some. I, like yourself enjoy more of a medium to full bodied smoke. The box and ring design are pretty cool and that is what had me wanting to try em’. Usually not a sucker for that sort of thing… so now that I know they’re good…I’ll pick some up. You can find em’ real cheap at Cigars International or Cigarbid.com. Thanks and happy smokin’ bro….

Rolling this cigar in my hands I notice it has a very nice looking light brown wrapper, the Ecuadorian Connecticut-wrapped has a nice cap and firm feel; the leaf is soft and silky to the touch.

It cuts easy, this particular one I took with a punch, and cut the other two samples, and they drew fine with either cut.

The flavors I am greeted with are creamy buttered toast with a little coffee and a slight woodiness on the finish. The cigar is just a touch dry on the palate with a nice long woody and leathery finish.

This is a great “breakfast” cigar that would go great with coffee and toast.

Throughout the entire smoke the burn was even with a firm salt and pepper ash evident of good construction. The draw is not too firm and still yielded a good amount of smoke with every draw.

I would classify this as a mild to medium bodied cigar. I really enjoyed this cigar!

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And he in fact bought me lunch simply because I discovered it for him…
lol. So let me reword this…. Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanx for spending some time to talk
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