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Don Fernando 08:16 PM 11-22-2019
Jas Sum Kral Toothpick 2.0 Maduro. Jas Sum Kral owner Riste Riatevski decided to utilize leftover tobaccos from his other blends with this mixed filler called Toothpicks. The name probably refers to the small pieces of tobacco that can get in between your teeth while smoking shredded pieces of tobacco, used in short filler or medium filler cigar. He created a Maduro and a Habano blend, both with the same filler and binder, but with a different wrapper.

The wrapper from this Maduro comes from San Andres, Mexico. The cigars are rolled at Tabacalera Aragon in Esteli, Nicaragua. The filler is a mixture of three different Nicaraguan tobaccos. One from Jalapa, one from Esteli and the third one from Ometepe. Wrapped in an Indonesian binder and the Mexican wrapper you have the Toothpick Maduro. Only available in a 5◊50 vitola.

Name: Jas Sum Kral Toothpick 2.0 Maduro
Country: Nicaragua
Factory: Tabacalera Aragon
Size: 5x50Vitola: Robusto
Wrapper: Mexican San Andres Maduro
Binder: Indonesian
Filler: Nicaragua (Jalapa, Esteli, Ometepe)
Price: Ä 14,00
Cutter: Xikar X2
Lighter: single flame
Smoke conditions: indoors with ventilator
Smoke time: one hour forty minutes
Purchased at Nordic Cigars.

THE REVIEW

The ring is mirrored in one white and one black side. The black has white letters, the white has black letters and they are exact copies. But when the black side is up, youíre smoking the Maduro, when the white side is up, youíre smoking the Habano. The ring is designed by the Singaporean designer Nuzli Hakiim. The wrapper is dark, oily and smooth. The construction feels good, the cap is nice. The cigar has a medium strong woody aroma.


The cold draw is good, with an oaky taste. Once lit, the cigar gives a nutty, earthy flavor with wood and coffee. Almonds and cinnamon are present too, with some pepper. The mouthfeel is slightly buttery. The Maduro wrapper causes the cigar to have a mild sweetness. The flavors soon change to wood with chocolate, nutmeg, and that Maduro sweetness. The second part starts with some salt, pepper, leather and a lower grade chocolate flavor. Not an unpleasant mix, but also not as pleasant as a dark chocolate flavor. The flavors arenít clean and crisp. These flavors go on for the rest of the cigars, with sometimes some oak, sometimes some cedar. But mostly chocolate, nuts, and pepper.



The draw is amazing. The burn needed some corrections. The smoke is thick and full. This is a medium bodied, medium-full flavored cigar. The smoke time is one hour and forty minutes.

Strength: medium
Flavor: medium-full

With pictures and video

https://ministryofcigars.com/jas-sum...ck-2-0-maduro/
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