Crimson Lord Cigars – Home Wrecker
I just came home from my friends Tracy and Mike’s 1 year anniversary of their lounge opening – Tracy’s Lounge. I was introducing my fellow BOTL’s and SOTL’s to the new blends I recieved at IPCPR, and thought about the one cigar that was not at the convention. So after the festivities at Tracy’s Lounge I got settled back into Jimmie’s Gar Cave and reached in the humidor. I pulled out a Crimson Lord Cigars Home Wrecker. This was one of the sticks I received a few weeks ago from Crimson Lords.
This stick is a monster, 6×54, with a velvet dark brown Ecuadorian Habano wrapper.The scent of the leaf was that of sweet hay both on the wrapper and the foot. As I clip the head and take a dry puff, I notice there is a clean draw with a hint of sweetness.
The Construction of this Beauty is comprised of:
- Wrapper: Ecuador Habano
- Binder: Nicaragua
- Filler: Nicaragua
Now let me say; a 6×64 is a bold move for a new cigar family, but as you will read and see, the Home Wrecker is right on.
I want to also apologize for calling this fine stick the “Home Breaker” instead of the “Home Wrecker’ in the videos. Sorry Guys.
Cueing up some Led Zeppelin 4, otherwise known as the ZoSo (which Page’s symbol appears to spell), I settle down and fire this beast of a stick up. As Robert sings “I Smoke my stuff and drank all my wine”, I think how lucky I am to have a bride that loves my cigar hobby, because this is going to be a long smoke.
The rain is falling and lighting cracking. “If it keeps on raining Levi gonna break”
Suddenly there is a another touch of pepper. After a few more puffs it amazingly mellowed again.
After 2 complete Zeppelin Vinyls, a long ash, and flavorful smoke, I have to say I found great pleasure in writing this review of the Crimson Lord Cigars, Home Wrecker.