WARPED THE DEVIL'S HANDS | CIGAR REVIEW
MAY 7, 2023 - PHIL KURUT, COMEDY - CIGARS - MUSIC
WARPED THE DEVIL’S HANDS CORONA ESPECIALES (6 x 44)
WRAPPER: JALAPA COROJO ’99 SHADE GROWN
BINDER: NICARAGUA CRIOLLO ‘98
FILLER: NICARAGUA CRIOLLO ’98, COROJO ‘99
Earth and suede flow from The Devil’s Hands. Sounds like a weird Biblical reference. Initial impressions are the same from pull to retrohale to finish. Draw is a bit snug. My corn cob nubber deals with the issue rather successfully.
I’ve decided to catch an episode of Better Call Saul during this review. I dig the music in this series.
Solid ash sticks around without an issue and breaks off easily. Wood, leather, subtle chocolate, and spice gently move around the room. Some of that chocolate begins to find its way into the draw from time to time. Black pepper and some nuts, as well.
Balance proves to be a strong suit. Everything flows comfortably on a bed a suede, but suede never acts as anything more than a humble host, allowing its guests to converse comfortably. No loud, obtrusive music in the background.
Waffle cone arrives, fashionably late. I never completely understood “fashionably late”, but whatever. Not really the party type.
Kind of mild, rather good, and burns like a pro. Not a touch of evil.
Knocked out an episode and some change.
SMOKE TIME: 1 hr. 22 mins.
RATING: 3.25 / 4 - Not a touch of evil.