Jenneff Sungrown Torpedo – Rough Cut Cigar Review

 Jenneff Cigars Sungrown

Today we offer the Stogie Press Rough Cut cigar review notes on the Jenneff Cigars Sungrown Torpedo. I have had this cigar resting in my humidor now for almost a year.

The  Jenneff Cigars Sungrown is currently  available in 2 vitolas:

  • Torpedo
  • Churchill

Wrapper – Ecuadorian Sungrown

Binder – Dominican

Filler – Dominican and Nicaraguan

Here is Jeff White, owner of Jenneff Cigars, talking about his company.

The cigar sampled for this review was provided to me by Jeff White at the 2015 IPCPR.

 


Cigar Review Notes

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  • 11 months in my humidor
  • Nicely packed tight seams
  • Two bands including footer that declares it as the Sungrown
  • Medium brown silky wrapper with some marbling
  • Well finished cap
  • Pre-light sweet tobacco aroma
  • Cold draw offered a restricted draw with leather note
  • First puffs deliver coffee and citrus peel
  • Some spice enters
  • Solid light grey ash
  • Slight mineral note enters followed by a touch of nut
  • Floral aroma developing
  • Coffee evolves with a bitter coffee bean finish
  • Burn is perfect
  • Smoke volume picks up after two inches
  • Ash fell after 2 inches
  • Excellent burn cone – well constructed
  • Spice builds
  • Dried cherry enters  with a touch of leather
  • Wrapper oiled up nicely
  • Spicy aroma at the end
  • Dried cherry builds through the remainder
  • Medium Strength
Jenneff Cigars Sungrown

Jenneff Cigars Sungrown

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