Dynamite comes in small packages!, 4th Sep 2018
Reviewer: Charles Smith
CroMangon Firecracker ROTT. Macallan 12 year neat. Cold draw: dark rich chocolate, nuts. First third a big cayenne pepper kick, dark chocolate, earth and expresso. Definitely not for a mild cigar smoker, holding a good ash and burn. 2nd third, more dark rich chocolate, pepper, spice,nuts, coffee beans, and full strength for sure! More complexity at the halfway mark.
Last third: pepper changes and lightens up a bit with more expresso, rich chocolate, baking spice and sweet fruit, maybe raisins, on retrohale more pepper, dark oily coffee the sweetness brings it together and smoothes it out. Time to dump the ash and remove the band. Still very firm, good draw, even burn and no harshness! Going to the nub, after clearing it’s mellowed to a full bodied, medium strength and still well balanced. IMO it lives up to the name of Firecracker!
Boom!, 20th Mar 2017
Reviewer: The Cigar Authority
he cold draw of The Firecracker Corojo has notes of earth while to the foot of the cigar is earthy with a slight spice. Due to the small stature of the cigar, we won’t break this down into thirds.
Once the cigar is lit there is some spice through the nose, and earthy components right off the bad. As the cigar progresses there are elements of coffee and nuts along with some cedar. While none of the notes stand out above the other they are balanced enough to create a balanced smoke.
Moving in the second half of the cigar the strength kicks it up a notch with an abundance of pepper notes on both the palate and through the nose. The spice notes create a red pepper feeling especially on the roof of the mouth. It reminds me of when you put too many of the flakes on a pizza. As you adjust to the spicy kick the cigar finishes with notes of cedar that are moderate in length.
firecraker cigar, 25th Jun 2014
Reviewer: Merrill Landry
wow igood cigar.irecomend this cigar for a new cigar smoker.smoke this cigar slowly